Osaka has long been a hub of Japanese economic activity, and at one stage was briefly the nation's capital. Tokyo may have taken this honour, but Osaka remains a key city, forming the heart of the huge metropolitan area of Osaka-Kobe-Kyoto, home to over 19 million people.
From the Osaka Travel Guide
I love staying at Odori, and the people are wonderful here. Tanaka Ayumi was so nice to me, and she invited me to dinner on the first night. Supposely my last night, she made a takoyaki party for me, and it was delicious takoyaki. Ayumi made nabe, and it was so tasty. Nabe is Japanese hot pot, and she put crab and vegetable in it. ... more
More like a hostel looks like a plece for short-middle term residence. Whatever, there is no service cleaning and i looks nobody does that (all the place are covered by dust and, specially the shower, by long hairs). Im my room there was i kind of air filter that you cannot switch off and is always making noise so is not good for sleep. ... more
Osaka! Look at that, it's the display of a restaurant. Real plastic food lol Casino : Me in a Kimono, in a reproduction of an old street. Dream do come true :P How do I look? The fort of the city by day and night with wonderful cherry blossoms: ...
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