One day trip from Kyoto to Osaka,Kyoto Imperial palace, Osaka castle, Doutonbori Street, Hozenji temple, Robatayaki restaurant, Namba walk!!
Hi I’m Nobu, I like traveling overseas and in Japan every year , visited 26 countries!
I’m a National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter of English for 10 years.
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Our itinerary is below!
Kyoto Imperial Palace
The residence of the emperor after Kyoto was relocated in 794 as the capital following Nara.
It is not surrounded by walls, as is common in Europe, nor is it equipped with defenses against enemies like a samurai castle.
It shows how friendly the relationship between the emperor and the people has been over the years.
On this day, the yellow of the gingko trees and the red of the autumn leaves were beautiful！
The largest samurai castle in Japan.
It is protected by a huge moat, which clearly shows that the castle is a fortress.
We wonders how the huge stones of the stone wall were transported.
We had Osaka’s famous takoyaki ( octopus balls) for lunch at a restaurant inside Osaka Castle.
The busiest shopping street in Japan.
Signs for foodstuffs such as crab, puffer fish, and beef line the streets.
The atmosphere is always lively and random!
One street inside from Dotonbori, you will enter the quiet Hozenji Yokocho (alley).
The water-splash Fudo Buddha statue here is always covered with moss as worshippers pour water on it.
Robatayaki is an izakaya ( food bar)where the food is cooked right in front of you and served immediately.
Very reasonably priced and delicious.
We walked Namba area and came across the beautiful illuminated stairs!
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