Osaka ★ Ran

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Osaka - Japan (von CoolbieRe)

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Osaka, a city that is one of Japan’s most important economic centers, has many sights and activities to offer for tourists and travelers. (・∀・)These are just 10 of the many things you can do in Osaka:1. Take a picture with the famous Glico Man ✧2. Do a sight-seeing on top of the Umeda Sky Building / Floating Garden Observatory3. Visit the open air museum of japanese farm houses ✿4. Eat okonomiyaki and takoyaki! (っ˘ڡ˘ς) Yum!5. Visit the Osaka Castle6. Visit the Osaka History Museum (you’ll find the NHK building beside it!)7. Stroll around Osaka in kimono 8. Explore the Kamigata Ukiyo-e Museum (woodblock prints)9. Visit Universal Studios Japan (http://candykawaiilover.blogspot.jp/2013/06/universal-studios-japan-osaka.html)10. Have fun at The Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum!~~~Special thanks to JapanLover Carly of www.carly-rose.com and to Ashley from Candy Kawaii Lover ~~~How about you? What was your experience in Osaka? Also, do you have other places in mind that you would recommend to other JapanLovers as well? ☆If you have a list of things to do in a particular favorite place in Japan, please do send us an email and we’ll see if we can make a kawaii infograph (by Little Miss Paintbrush ) out of your suggestions! (email: www.japanlover.me@gmail.com | subject: [Places in Japan])www.japanlover.me
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    japanloverme:

    Osaka, a city that is one of Japan’s most important economic centers, has many sights and activities to offer for tourists and travelers. (・∀・)

    These are just 10 of the many things you can do in Osaka:

    1. Take a picture with the famous Glico Man ✧
    2. Do a sight-seeing on top of the Umeda Sky Building / Floating Garden Observatory
    3. Visit the open air museum of japanese farm houses ✿
    4. Eat okonomiyaki and takoyaki! (っ˘ڡ˘ς) Yum!
    5. Visit the Osaka Castle
    6. Visit the Osaka History Museum (you’ll find the NHK building beside it!)
    7. Stroll around Osaka in kimono 
    8. Explore the Kamigata Ukiyo-e Museum (woodblock prints)
    9. Visit Universal Studios Japan (http://candykawaiilover.blogspot.jp/2013/06/universal-studios-japan-osaka.html)
    10. Have fun at The Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum!

    ~~~

    Special thanks to JapanLover Carly of www.carly-rose.com and to Ashley from Candy Kawaii Lover 

    ~~~

    How about you? What was your experience in Osaka? Also, do you have other places in mind that you would recommend to other JapanLovers as well? ☆

    If you have a list of things to do in a particular favorite place in Japan, please do send us an email and we’ll see if we can make a kawaii infograph (by Little Miss Paintbrush ) out of your suggestions! (email: www.japanlover.me@gmail.com | subject: [Places in Japan])

    www.japanlover.me

    www.instagram.com/JapanLoverMe

    Art by littlemisspaintbrush

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なんば Namba by Halfinger.
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    なんば Namba by Halfinger.

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道頓堀 Dôtonbori by Halfinger.
2014 April 11.

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    道頓堀 Dôtonbori by Halfinger.

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