KONICHIWA, O S A K A!
DAY 1 – OSAKA
If you know me well enough, you’ll realize how much I love Japan! Plus, Osaka has always been my favourite destination that I really wanted to visit and see it with my own eyes. Well, at long last, I am at Osaka.
We went to redeem the bus transfer ticket and transport card that I got from the KLOOK app immediately after I got off the plane. If you’re wondering what KLOOK is, KLOOK is a travel activity booking platform where you can book attraction tickets, day trips and other travel experiences around the world at the best price through their website or mobile app.
Hassle free travel is definitely doable with KLOOK.
From Kansai International Airport, we took the KIX Airport Limousine Transfer we pre-booked from KLOOK to Umeda Bus Station. Then take a train from Umeda Station to Hommachi Station & walk 10 minutes to our hotel.
MOXY Honmachi by Marriott
** Moxy Hotel doesn’t provide shuttle service, don’t forget to plan for transportation.
2-2-9 Kawaramachi, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-0048, Osaka Prefecture
MOXY Osaka Honmachi by Marriott is a part of the Marriot International Group. Amazed with the stylish and chic deco the instance we stepped in, we felt the welcoming hotel vibes. Right after, we were greeted by the friendly & well mannered front desk staff. Check in process was quick, and we were given a total of 4 welcome drink coupons to be redeemed anytime during our stay (including beer, wine, & their signature cocktails).
While checking in, we saw a poster stated that with just 1800 yen you can drink all the alcohol you want (for 3 hours). Am I the only one who really think that’s a steal? I guess I can easily down 10 glasses of wine, hahaha no way I was just kidding. (or am I?)
Our room, quirky & cute (yes, look at that phone).
Bathroom is spacious, and well equipped.
We spent the rest of the night at HOZENJI YOKOCHO and DOTONBORI.
542-0076 Around 1 Namba, Chuo-ku, Osaka
“Hozen-ji”, a small temple located in Hozenji Yokocho. You will find the temple at the end of the corner when you walk along the Hozenji Yokocho Alley. Good news! It’s totally free to enter and it’s definitely worth it to pay a visit. The small narrow alley has two 80 meter streets going East to West. It makes me feel so cozy and quaint.
The walkway is loaded with a lot of ancient charm and it’s very well preserved, feels very authentic indeed. Hozenji carries remarkable beauty from the past due to it still retaining all its flavour and atmosphere. It was like a step back in time.
Full set from ZARA Malaysia.
Hozenji has a lot of hidden great restaurants along the alley, and we randomly stepped into one Kushikatsu restaurant called DARUMA and it’s so good!
We were given a set of full-on Japanese menus but thankfully they have a English menu upon request. Most of the people who dine here are local. They have a rule that everybody needs to follow: “Do not dip Kushikatsu into the sauce more than once (after you bite on it)!” It’s for hygienic purposes, and also to ensure the sauce goodness remains. I don’t know but I really like how the Japanese people do things. You can literally eat with no worries.
All the skewers were good, but we especially love the cheese and asparagus. I guess it’s a must-try because Kushikatsu is known as the defining factor of Osaka food.
542-0071 Dotonbori, Chuo-ku, Osaka
Dotonbori is so crowded and overwhelming! But yet, I still enjoyed everything with all the street view. Dotonbori has TONS of restaurants and amusement facilities that you can possibly imagine. The entire sides of the buildings in Dotonbori are decorated with neon lamps, and all the colourful neon signs and flash signboards enliven the area. All the symphony of light and design that dazzles the eye, always attracting visitors and residents.
One of the most famous, eye-catching sign is the Glico Running Man above the Ebisubashi Bridge!
Snapped the mandatory OSAKA photo with the Glico Man!
It’s almost impossible to take a solo photo here hence I decided to get into the crowd to take a photo with all of them (who were busy taking photos) in the background.
Wearning Air Jordan 1 Lover.
Thank God, I have a professional Instagram boyfriend who insist to try until I get a good shot.
I am grateful for this.
We ended our night at the Torikizoku (It’s an Izakaya!).
1-6-15 Dotonbori Chuo-ku Osaka Osaka
Tel: +06-6213-3003 (+81-6-6213-3003)
In Torikizoku, we ordered food with some reasonably priced yakitori and yumeiju. Yakitori is essentially grilled skewers (mostly chicken in this restaurant) and we also got some cold beer! The food was sooo delicious, especially the beef yakitori. Though it’s juicy and flavourful and oh my lord it’s only about RM12 for 2 sticks! You wouldn’t want to miss this place if you’re at Dotonbori.
DAY 2 – OSAKA
2-4-1 Nippombashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka 542-0073, Osaka Prefecture
Tel: +81 6-6631-0007
Kuromon Ichiba (also known as Black Gate Market) is one of the most well-known central food markets in Osaka. This place used to be a very local neighbourhood market with almost 150 shops. Despite it’s now being a little touristy, it’s still a good spot to visit.
Attention seafood lovers, this place is definitely your heaven! You can find a wide variety of fresh seafood in different shops. Food you can find in Kuromon Ichiba includes: seafood, sushi, sashimi, shellfish, lobster and more. Just pick your favourite and have it served to you, fresh or cooked. Take some time to wander from stall to stall to taste all the local food you like.
One of my recommend shop in Kuromon Ichiba Market is Tuna Sushi Stall (黑银). This is a corner sushi stall and you can spot it easily right at the corner in the market. A giant tuna head will be the first thing you will see once u reach the stall, and then trays and trays of sushi arranged on the table. I needed to stop here to try and god are they so fresh and juicy! When you put the sashimi into your mouth and it started to melt, you have just entered bliss heaven. Especially their Tuna Sushi and Bowl, believe me, definitely worth a try.
**Tips from Tziaaa!:
There are a lot of shops in the markets but the busiest ones and crowded ones are the where most tourists flock to, therefore resulting in long queues. Plus, they aren’t necessarily the best. There are countless options to choose from, just walk over to any of them and try any food that looks good to you.
KLOOK – Osaka Amazing Pass
We bought the 2 days Osaka Amazing Passes from KLOOK, & collected it in the market itself, in a small store opposite the tourist information centre.
With this 2 days Osaka Amazing Pass, we get free transportation in the city (unlimited) and we can visit different location by just showing your pass. You get to enjoy the convenience of an all-inclusive pass to any entry with no prior reservations needed, as simple as that! Even better, You will also receive discounted prices from KLOOK Osaka passes when you go to certain restaurants and stores around the town. IMO, it’s extremely worth it!
1-1 Osakajo, Chuo-ku, Osaka 540-0002, Osaka Prefecture
Osaka Castle takes quite a walk from Osaka Station, don’t forget to wear your comfy shoe!
Osaka Castle (大阪城, Ōsakajō), the combination of urban, modern, culture and tradition place in Japan! You can see the old buildings and structure from the Edo period (including the stone walls of outer moats and inner moats), it was just like we stepped into history.
We entered the castle using the Osaka Amazing Pass that I got from KLOOK, & learned a little about the life of Toyotomi Hideyoshi (the battles he fought etc). On the highest floor (7th floor), we were awarded with a beautiful view of the city at the observatory deck.
While on the outside of the castle, it is meant to be one of the best places to view cherry blossoms in Japan during full blooms. However, we missed that. Even so, the scenery around the park and castle grounds did not disappoint us.
& here’s a random photo we took at the gate of the castle.
I like how the combination photo of us pretty much sums up how we are in real life.
I am always with the “ER, what…” RBF.
While SY with his signature face palm. Haha.
There were some food stores outside just before the exit. Got myself an ice-cream.
How does this normal looking strawberry vanilla ice cream tastes so good?!
We needed to fix our craving for coffee, hence we randomly stopped by a coffee-shop by the road on our way back.
It was a really good coffee, & I wished I remembered the cafe’s details.
UMEDA SKY BUILDING
1-1-88 Oyodonaka, Kita-ku, Osaka 531-6023, Osaka Prefecture
Tel: +81 6-6440-3900
It’s only a nine minute walk from the JR Osaka Station or the Umeda Stations.
Umeda Sky Building, a 173 meter tall high rise building with two towers connected with each other.
There is a spectacular escalator leading to the Floating Garden Observatory on the 39th floor.
Even here, it’s a pretty good photo spot. You see what I mean?
Entered using the Osaka Amazing Pass. We went straight up to the open deck observatory one floor above with a clear 360 panoramic view of this amazing city. I love how it’s really windy, where the wind goes through my hair while I enjoyed this magnificent view.
IMO, The best time to visit is evening before the sun sets, so you can capture some nice shots (with bright lighting) before, and during the sunset. Then, stay a little longer to enjoy the night city lights through the observatory deck. I promise, the view is equally stunning!
3-13 Doyamacho, Kita-ku, Osaka 530-0027, Osaka Prefecture
Tel: +81 6-6312-5177
Ichiran Ramen, the classic local ramen shop in Umeda. This has become a comfort food for us whenever we’re in Japan. For real, I still haven’t had any ramen better than this yet. The food in Ichiran is really good and affordable. I would strongly recommend it to anyone who’s looking for good ramen to try. I personally love it and I will say they serve ramen better than most stores in general! Thumbs up for this!
DAY 3 – KYOTO
We visited Kyoto! I’m so excited because I was here and it has always been on my #MustVisit list!
Everyone knows Kyoto was the capital of Japan for a very long time, and I think it’s really deserved the reputation as its most beautiful city, no lies.
ARASHIYAMA – Outskirt of Kyoto (western Kyoto)
Sagaogurayama Tabuchiyamacho, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto 616-8394, Kyoto Prefecture
When people talk about Arashiyama, you definitely will think of Bamboo Forest. It is one of the top sights in Kyoto, people says this is a must-see place away from the hustle bustle city.
I was awed the moment I stepped foot into the bamboo grove filled with soaring stalks of bamboo. Everything looks like the photos that I always come across online. It is indeed beautiful, standing amidst feels just so surreal.
A fly in the ointment though, it was a pretty crowded that day.
However, I strived to capture as much as I felt for this place, thankfully my Instagram boyfriend did a perfect job. We literally braced through the rain & crowd for these photos. Tips is, you just got to change the angle a little.
Outfit from Zara Malaysia.
% ARABICA COFFEE ARASHIYAMA3-47, Sagatenryuji Susukinobabacho, Ukyo-ku
“Percent Arabica” is how you pronounced the café’s name. Another must-visit place after going to the bamboo forest. It’s not really far, we take almost a 10 mins walk away, and its located a little upstream of the Togetsu-Kyo Bridge (well-known central landmark in Arashiyama), beside the Hozu-gawa River.
As mentioned, it was raining, both SY & me are soaking wet after we exit from the bamboo forest. But thankfully this smooth yet strong coffee made our day! As we know, the coffee is some of the best in the city. We both had black coffee, but the creamy and aromatic latte is really tempting too! Next time, perhaps.
Ps: there’s another two branches in Kyoto
– % Arabica Higashiyama and % Arabica Fujii Daimaru.
KYOTO KIMONO EXPERIENCE
Had Kimono Experience with YUMEYAKATA booked via KLOOK website. If you’re experiencing Kimono for the very first time, pick this outlet! They have numerous designs so I’m pretty sure you can find the right one for your own.
Here are the reasons why I suggest to book your kimono with YUMEYAKATA via KLOOK:
- It’s Hassle free! Reservations can be made online (so there’s no waiting needed). Reserve your time and go for the try.
- Reasonably priced, and no hidden cost. You already booked & paid everything on KLOOK. (Psst I spend RM104 for 1 day rental kimono + Hairdo)
- Yumeyakata has more than 500 designs for you to customise based on your liking. Then I need help because I couldn’t decide for myself, every pieces of the kimono are so pretty!
- They are very good at doing up hair. (You can either request to let it be short or long, it’s all up to you!)
My suggested itinerary:
1PM – We arrived at the shop (YUMEYAKATA)
1.20PM – Done with Kimono Selection
2.00PM – Done with Fitting + Hairdo
2PM~7PM – Walked around Kyoto (We went to Fushima Inari Shrine & Kiyomizu Dera Temple during these few hours)
7.30PM – Reached back the shop to return Kimono
That’s it! Just a simple online reservation and booking on YUMEYAKATA – KLOOK and you can have a special, tradition look in Kyoto.
FUSHIMI INARI SHRINE
68 Fukakusa Yabunouchicho, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto 612-0882, Kyoto Prefecture
It was still raining when we arrived at the Fushimi Inari Shrine.
It makes taking photo/video way harder than usual.
We even put our umbrella aside for photos, just because the umbrella is blocking the scene.
It’s okay, 我們一起淋雨也很浪漫，呵呵。
Okay, back to Fushimi Inari Shrine. It is a famous and important Shinto Shrine to the local.
People usually visit shrines to pray for a good fortune for their family or themselves.
The shrine dedicated to God of Inari (grains), also means god of abundant crops. We saw there are thousands rows of torii gates (Senbon Torii) at the very back of the Shrine’s main grounds. Torii gates has its own network of trails and it lead into the wooded forest of the sacred Mount Inari this unique and beautiful place.
And if you wonder what are those Kitsune (foxes) all the around the temple are, they’re the followers of Inari. These fox statues are rarely realistic, portraying a seated animal with its tail in the air looking forward.
We spent about 90 minutes here in Fushimi Inari Shrine, taking photos with the 10,000 Torii gates that’s believed to be the gateway between the physical & spiritual realm. The orange gates are so impressive, and numerous of it were donated by individuals or companies with smaller budgets, but the prices also go as high as 1,300,000 yen.
I think it can be a little crowded at times.
Well, it’s the No.1 attraction of Kyoto, even for locals, so yeah it’s always crowded.
But good thing is even if it’s crowded, you can still manage to snap some good photos!
If you walk into it a little further, and be a little more patient, you can snap on the moment when it’s empty (as tourists usually come in batches.) Time your chances and hit the camera shutter (;
1-294 Kiyomizu, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto 605-0862, Kyoto Prefecture
You need to take about a 25 minute walk from Keihan Kiyomizu Gojo Station along the Keihan Railway Line.
YES!! I’m ticking off my first UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE from the list! It’s like finally and I still feel excited about it. In Kiyomizu-Dera Temple, the walk up the hill can be quite tiring, especially if you’re in kimono. My advice, bring a pair of spare shoes along to change if needed.
Although there are lots of walking to do but the uphill road leading towards the temple are lively and also packed with street food & souvenir shops, that eventually made the walk feel less demanding.
With over 1200 years of history, this “pure water temple” is part of the Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE. “The Japanese expression that translates as “to jump off the stage at Kiyomizu,” akin to “taking the plunge,” it refers to the temple’s stage off the main hall, 43 feet off the ground. Many years ago, jumping off the stage was a way of determining whether or not you would get a wish granted. However, it is not allowed anymore.
Today this place is famous for its beautiful architecture, and an amazing spot with gorgeous sunset views of the city of Kyoto. Unfortunately, there were no sunset sight for us as it was gloomy & raining. Still, it doesn’t make the temple any less beautiful.
757-2 Minami Iseyacho, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto 602-8153, Kyoto Prefecture
Tel: +81 75-812-5818
We dined at Menbakaichidai, Fire Ramen – located beyond Kyoto’s Nijo Castle. You can take Kyoto City Bus from Kyoto Station and don’t forget to get off at Horikawa Marutamachi (#11 stop), then take an 8 minute walk to the restaurant. We took the taxi instead because we were too hungry, there goes my first taxi experience in Japan.
This is a small, local, and old-fashioned ramen house in Kyoto which sell fire ramen. Fire ramen literally means fire where the flames reach the ceilings when a pot of hot oil is poured onto the ramen.
Please note that Menbakaichidai’s Fire Ramen is not vegetarian or vegan-friendly.
House rules states that customers aren’t allowed to take photos or videos while the ramen is being plated, it’s for your safety so the rules need to be strictly followed.
This place was highly recommended by SY’s friend.
Though the ramen tasted alright, but nothing special to holler about.
However, the experience I got in this shop was priceless.
The food presentation was 10/10 I would say, & the service too was definitely one of the best.
Guess what, they actually volunteered to take this video for us.
&, this is how it was recorded. We were amazed.
Also, after dinner, the waiter actually assisted us by drawing out the way on how to get back to our hotel using the easiest, shortest and cheapest way.
#MustVisit if you’re in Kyoto.
Day 4- UNIVERSAL STUDIO JAPAN
Universal Studio Japan, is my main reason of coming to Osaka this time!
How to get to USJ?
Go by Train: From Osaka Station – you can either take a direct train and be there in 12 minutes, or make a quick transfer at Nishikujo Station and you will be there in 15 minutes.
Tziaaa’s Guide to USJ:
- When is the best time to visit Universal Studio Japan?
As you know, USJ is busy almost every day throughout the year. But definitely, weekdays will be way less crowded than the weekends. Also, try to avoid summer holidays & winter breaks, as USJ is not only popular with tourist, but also the locals.
- Which ticket to purchase, & how to purchase?
I will highly recommended you to book your e-Ticket from#KLOOK
- Why purchase e-Ticket from Klook?
Because it really saves you time, and it’s much cheaper.
So, why queue when you can book it straightaway from KLOOK, the official reseller of USJ?
- What if I do not like to queue for rides?
I’d recommended you to get the EXPRESS PASS from Klook
You deserve to enjoy the best rides without the crazy queue times!!
- What the difference between normal pass & express pass?
You only take 5 minutes with the express pass, but it might up to being 3 hours if you go with a normal pass. You wouldn’t want to spend so much on the entrance ticket, and only go for 2-3 rides due to the time and energy constraints.
**Another tips for you, get the EXPRESS PASS from Klook beforehand, because the express pass could also be sold out at USJ.
- Is it cheaper to get tickets from KLOOK?
YES. KLOOK, the official reseller of USJ.
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Rides not to miss in USJ:
With an express pass, I get to ride on all the below attractions at my own pace, as it only takes about an average of 5 minutes to queue for each rides.
The Pretty Guardian Sailormoon: The Miracle 4D
Sailor Moon was my favourite anime whilst growing up. I still remember how my mom would have dressed me up in Sailor Moon outfits with matching hairdo on special occasions like my birthday. And today, I re-enacted with the Sailor-Scout to take on a monster. How magical it is!
The ride itself will last about 20 minutes with different kinds of interactive segments. With all the colors and sense of space, this dynamic kind of 4-D special effects can only be experienced at USJ!
Sailor Moon popcorn bag upon much requested, I actually got it at the booth right outside of the Sailor Moon Show.
Outfit from ROOM8008.
I also took the opportunity to take a photo with my Mr.Tuxedo & got some limited edition Sailor Moon merchandise from the Souvenirs shop.
Snacked a little at the Beverly Hills Boulangerie, Do not miss these chio desserts from Beverly Hills Boulangerie. The sandwiches were delicious and the pastries were pretty good.
Wizarding World of Harry Potter
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter reproduce the world from Harry Potter stories and bringing it to life on a phenomenal scale at USJ. It received the honor of the world’s number one ride for 5 consecutive years, can you imagine how awesome that is?
This ride is officially the best ride I’ve been on in my entire life. I am not even exaggerating, or kidding. I literally flew with Harry Potter on the magic broomstick for a Quidditch match, also braced through the whomping willow, the giant dementors, and more.
It’s like the movie played out in real life with me in it. Man, words just cannot describe how amazing it was! I can totally understand why people would be willing to queue up for 3 hours to just to experience this 8 minute ride!
Thankfully with the express pass, I went in just less than 10 minutes! Because of that, I actually have time to chill with a glass of ice cold butterbeer at the broomstick restaurant with probably the most scenic view in USJ.
Oh, you will definitely want to try wand magic too!
Mention a magic spell, and watch how magic happens!
Sesame Street Kids store
SY actually likes Elmo and cookies! Hence, we joined the fun for Wonderland Happy Greeting with the Sesame Street’s characters dressed in Easter outfits.
The Flying Dinosaur
The world’s LONGEST track and FARTHEST initial drop roller coaster; Also, my very FIRST roller coaster ride. This is the most thrilling and popular coaster in USJ. It was nerve wrecking but I have no regrets taking the ride.
New achievement unlocked!
我人生的第一次雲霄飛車，开始以前除了害怕以外，根本不知道自己應該盼些什麼。驅動的那一刻，我害怕得一直在掙扎，然後開始吶喊，然後⋯ 覺得，有些事，真的掙扎也沒什麼用。我閉上眼睛，不再掙扎，任它將我左擺右晃的⋯ 不過一會兒就完成了。還不錯，短短的兩分鐘，竟然讓我有所領悟。
Despicable Me Minion Mayhem
This ride gave me quite a huge surprise, I was expecting some kiddy rides but it was indeed thrilling yet heart-warming. I would ride this twice, for real.
But I was eager to try out the Delicious Me Ice-cream Sandwiches.
We ordered the mixed fruits flavour which tastes as good as it looks.
And the deco here of the entire place too is just… Cuteness Overload.
Spend some time here to explore the area & don’t forget to take some nice photos here.
Without the express pass, you can probably only go for 2-3 rides as mentioned. IMO, ONE ride you should not miss is definitely the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, here’s some little tips on how to get into the ride faster:
- Make this your first ride, as it’s usually the longest queue.
- Once you enter the park, go straight to the Wizarding World, and straight to the Hogwarts castle to queue for the Forbidden Ride.
- Skip the magical wand & butter beer. You will only get to try that after your ride to avoid having the queue longer.
Guess the difference of having an express pass & not having one is quite huge. In the end, I would still encourage you to get yourself one if you really want to maximise the magic and fun in USJ.
p.s. – Meet my travel buddies from Thailand & Indonesia! :D
Outfit from ROOM8008.
I used to think the food in amusement parks are below standards, but this place proved me wrong.
The meal they served was legit!
I didn’t expect so much at first, but after I tried it, it definitely change my view of the food in theme parks.
Address: 4-17, Doyamacho, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka.
3 minute walk from Umeda Station on Hankyu Line
We had dinner at Guenpin Fugu at Umeda, which we found & pre-booked this meal via KLOOK as well.
When we arrived, our seats were already reserved (hence no waiting required), and food served right after (as we’ve already ordered when we booked). Hassle free dining experience is doable with KLOOK. If you’re still thinking about what to eat at Osaka, try browsing through the list in KLOOK, you might find some valuable gems!
Fugu means puffer fish in Japanese, it has a long history in Japan as food. Researching further, fugu is available up to 60% in Osaka alone across Japan. You can find a lot of fugu specialty restaurants there if you want to try on it.
As we know from the past, some people died due to fugu poisoning. Thank god safety now has been improved so much and you can eat puffer fish without worrying anymore! Guenpin Fugu for instance, have 130 and above licensed artisan cooks with expertise and experienced skill. They sell and serve fugu safely for people’s culinary safety and delight.
Our very first time eating the (lethally poisonous) PUFFER FISH! and god it’s so tasty!
Have it fried, boiled or even as raw sashimi, they still taste awesome.
We completed the meal with a good bowl of fresh egg porridge, which was extremely satisfying!
DAY 5 – SHINSAIBASHI, OSAKA
We went shopping at this popular shopping district in Osaka. Just like heaven, you will find some hype stores here, like Stussy, Carhatt, Supreme and many more. It felt a little like a mini Harajuku for me. SY managed to shopped a little here, and I got myself a pair of Nikes’ from the Atmos store.
Btw, we travelled around OSAKA using this transport card I got from KLOOK – ICOCO IC CARD.
Dress from LesleySun.
OSAKA AQUARIUM KAIYUKAN
1-1-10 Kaigandori, Minato-ku, Osaka 552-0022, Osaka Prefecture
After Shinsaibashi, we walked across to Namba to get the Osaka Aquarium (Kaiyukan) ticket, we pre-booked the ticket from KLOOK.
Kaiyukan, Japan’s most spectacular aquariums. I always have had this love-hate relationship with the ocean. As much as I love the ocean, I am also afraid of fishes (embarrassed), hence I do not own my diving license even till now. Thankful for beautiful aquariums like these, I can get up close to fishes with no fear.
ISOMARU SUISAN BAR (UMEDA)
1-4-18 Dotonbori, Chuo-ku, Osaka 542-0071, Osaka Prefecture
Tel: +81 50-5799-7403
We had our lunch at Isomaru Suisan Bar, a popular restaurant in Japan known for delicious seafood. We already made our reservation via KLOOK so without the hassle we were already well-seated.
You do not come to Osaka without experiencing any seafood. I would say the seafood here is not the best but it’s pretty good, and we dined with ease as the friendly staff actually helped us to cooked all of the seafood on the mini grill.
& then, it’s time to bid Osaka goodbye.
We left Osaka also with the KIX Airport Limousine Transfer.
Tip: The transfer is available on hourly basis.
Everything was so convenient, and it was better when we booked online with KLOOK. Save the hassle to the bus station (while carrying all our luggages) to purchase ticket especially when you are in a rush! It’s so much easier and better than to buy a ticket at the counter after the long queue.
We checked the timetable, and got on the bus within 5 minutes upon arrival at the station.
Conclusion for my whole Osaka Trip:
My trip to Osaka was a short & sweet one! Everything was at ease and most importantly, thanks to KLOOK who offered us the flexibility to plan, choose, and book all our activities from their site with lower rates. Though this trip was sponsored by KLOOK, but I assure that all the above recommendations and experiences are genuine and I enjoyed it wholeheartedly.
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