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  • 1. walking

    OSAKA often seems like it has no main centre and is an overwhelming maze of small streets and alleys. Although this is true - do not be shy about walking around Osaka, to where-ever the road takes...

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  • 2. Umeda Skybuilding

    After a walk up at the observatory, we came down and found this little resting place just beside the building. The little "park" was bloom with some flowers and thought they were nice & pretty so took...

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  • 3. castle

    The extensive grounds of Osaka Castle were impressive. The next night, friends took us to the top of a 7-story building with a rooftop entrance to a huge, red ferris wheel. High over the city's...

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  • 4. temples & shrines

    This is one of the wooden statues found on either side of the main entrance into Shiittenoji Temple. These statues are at the entrances to all temples in Japan. They are guards placed to ward away...

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  • 5. Dotombori

    Being at the busy and colorful streets in Dotonbori area at night is a real must. The colors of the advertising lights are bright and make the place so lively. It looks like more people like it...

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  • 6. Kansai international airport

    While Kyoto represents the elegant past of Japan, Osaka being a modern city, offers the opposite Japanese experience. Osaka offers the hustling and bustling of a modern city; in fact it is so busy...

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  • 7. Shinsaibashi

    ShinshaibashiFountain display in the canal at Shinshaibashi. This place is full of happenings at night and is worth a visit. The brightly lit streets cris-crossed each others like a grid. You don't...

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  • 8. zero (empty tips)

    The two magazines pictured opposite are two of the most popular free papers in Japan. Both magazines are particularly useful for getting up to date listings of cinema, stage and live music...

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  • 9. Sightseeing outside Osaka

    Take a short ride (35 min.) by shinkansen to Himeji and go see Himeji Castle. I really enjoyed the aquarium even though I was there during the earthquake. I think the earthquake just made it more...

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  • 10. shopping

    I spend most of my time in Umeda whenever I go to Osaka. It`s mostly shopping & eating for me there. When I lived in Osaka, on weekends, I used to stroll by the shops & explore parts of Umeda that I...

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  • 11. Konishi Snow Blanche Beer

    Konishi Snow Blanche beer is a Belgian witbier in the style of Hoegaarden beer. Konishi Snow Blanche was awarded the World Beer Awards' Best Belgian Style...

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  • 12. Konishi Shirayuki Komin Bakushu Beer

    Konishi Shirayuki Komin Bakushu Beer is a mild ale with a weak 4.5 percent alcohol by volume. The beer pours a hazy copper color with a lingering off-white...

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  • 13. Kinshachi Platinum Ale

    Kinshachi Beer is one of two beer lines produced by the Kinshachi Brewery in Nagoya. Kinshachi Brewery, formerly known as Land Beer, brews beer under the...

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  • 14. Mitsuboshi Beer Vienna Lager

    Mitsuboshi beer is one of two beer lines produced by Kinshachi Beer in Nagoya. Kinshachi Brewery, formerly known as Land Beer, brews beer under the Mitsuboshi...

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  • 15. just some links

    Infos about Osaka in englishKansai - the international airport of OsakaYassai Hossai - an annual festival in Iwatsuta Shrine Access from the World's Main Cities...

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  • 16. Osaka

    Osaka is basically a large business city and one of the largest in Japan. I am almost sure that if I have't had that special deal to fly to Osaka International...

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  • 17. Osaka and time in the place

    Yes it is probably to many nights - we were there for 3 in total (our plane got in late first night) and we came back from Tokyo and spent a night before we...

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  • 18. Coin Laundry Near Osaka Station

    Just in case anyone else needs to know, we found that the Hearton Hotel, 2 mins walk west of Osaka Station (and near the Hilton, Granvia and other hotels), has...

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  • 19. Mail Your Postcard at Osaka Post Office

    Yes, if you are mailing a postcard or any mail from Osaka, it is very convenient that you post it at Osaka Post Office. It is very easy to find being located...

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  • 20. Rakugo

    Rakugo is Japanese comic storytelling. It’s serious art rather than pop culture. It consists of one comic storyteller. He/she sits down on a center stage and...

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  • 21. Spending the time with a new friend

    After seeing the castle etc. I really just enjoyed walking around Osaka looking and people watching. As the dusk began to settle in, that's when the city...

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  • 22. Pedestrian Crossings

    When you cross the street, the pedestrian crossings display the usual little green person, but they also play Christmas carols to tell you it is time to cross...

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  • 23. INTERNET ACCESS

    If you need to use the internet while in Osaka, go to Yodobashi Camera in Umeda. On the street level there is an internet cafe. I believe it is the cheapest in...

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  • 24. I went to a small village...

    I went to a small village near Kyoto called Ikoma, I think. You need to use a cable car to get up to it and then you need to climb up a sttep road to a...

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  • 25. Free internet access in Osaka

    Free internet access is available at Yahoo Broad Band Park. It is located on the right side of the Yodabashi-Umeda building, next to the Osaka station (north...

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