5 Responses to Osaka at night

  1. erik October 9, 2011 at 14:05 #

    your pics of japanese cities are very “horror vacui” as the cities are I guess. I’m jealous of your onsen visit. I heard that the water temperature there is boiling and it turns you into sushi.

    this onsen (bathhouse) looks cool.

  2. B October 10, 2011 at 06:14 #

    Oh God, that Takoyaki-picture brings back really bad memories. When I had those for the first and only time in my life during a trip to Japan, it took an hour after having eaten those and I was bound to the restroom all night throwing up. Hope your experience was a bit better.

    I loved my trip to Japan a few years ago (besides Takoyaki) and it seems you have a real fun time too which is awesome. Hope you enjoy your stay very much! 🙂

    B

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