Osaka Japan 2013

When we came back from Japan last month and started going through all the pictures we took, we found that we took over 1,000 pictures between Aaron's camera and my iPod. I'm actually not very surprised, there were so many amazing places, foods, drinks, people, and things to remember.

That being the case, I've decided to split up the trip in to a couple of different posts. My Coffee Quest will be it's own, same with all the food & drinks we had, all the man hole covers we stood on, and then all the places we went and people we saw. *^_^* OH YEAH! And photobooth pics! I think we did something like 8 of them lol!

Today I'll start with a quick run down of the trip and a bunch of other fun things.

We went to Osaka Japan for two weeks this last March for vacation and for my birthday. This was the best trip overseas we've had. We did so many things, talked to so many people, ate/drank so many yummy things, and rediscovered our love for this city. Aaron and I have talked about how we miss Osaka on a scale of almost "home sick" like. It's such an incredible city!



Us at SeaTac before our flight.


Us is Osaka about 13 hours later.


Shinsaibashi-suji shopping district at night. This is a side part of it. The main part is a covered shopping area that feels like it's 2 miles long. I <3 it very very much!
A random side street near our hotel.


Us at at the big junction between the Shinsaibashi-suji and Ebibashi-suji shopping arcades.


Dotonbori (a main side street to Shinsaibashi) is full of amazing places to eat.


Batting at Round 1 (a sports and entertainment center). I'm so hardcore lol! We went here quite a few times for the crane game machines and darts.


It turns out that playing darts is a lot of fun! Quite a few nights ended here. The environment is chill, crisp & clean, and welcoming. Lots of business men come here after work and get their serious darts on. We mostly had drinks and laughed the whole time.


For my birthday Aaron, Sam, and I went to a Japanese wrestling live event. We got to see my favorite Japanese wrestler Shinsuke Nakamura among other super cool wrestlers. While we were there I picked up a Nakamura tshirt. *^__^*


Our new friend Hiro took us on a day trip to his hometown of Nishinomiya (of Haruhi fame) and to Kobe.

I can't gush enough about how amazing this trip was! These pictures are just a fraction of the fun we had. I can't wait to show you guys more! If you have any questions about our trip- let me know! I'm pretty passionate about Japan, the culture, the food, the locations so I'm more than happy to share what I know. d^__^b

That's all for today. Happy Monday everyone! <3
Eve said...

We're love to visit Japan too one day, but it just feels so costly, considering I would spend so much on cute things and cosmetics. LOL
Can't wait to see more. I'll just live vicariously thru your photos. haha

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