Chapter 254: Osaka Dotonbori (大阪道頓堀)

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This is where all the fun is. The lights and people. The food and massive funky displays of crabs, dragons and cow. Osaka’s Dotonbori is a must visit, despite my time being limited it was well worth the stroll. The weather wasn’t very good that day with sprinkles of rain and chilly winds. The place was so up-beat and full of people in the evening. With so many restaurants to choose from it was a indecisive-persons nightmare. A lot of tourists are packed tight in this area with plenty of things to do and see.

—Tofu

4 thoughts on “Chapter 254: Osaka Dotonbori (大阪道頓堀)

  1. Thank you for visiting and liking my post. I enjoyed this posting of yours. I love traveling to Japan, enjoying food and onsen and have done so many times from Hokkaido to Kyushu. You got quite a website – it’s going to take me a while to go through!

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