Osaka, Japan

Maybe it was the weather in November. Osaka felt sleepy during the day but so alive at night! Highlights include Osaka Castle, the “Running Man”, and of course, the food. If there’s one thing you should do in in this city, that would be to try all the fresh and delicious food. Dontonbori street is lined with restaurant after restaurant, you’ll have a difficult time deciding where to start. Tired of all the eating? Hop on a train at Osaka Station and take a day trip to nearby cities. Or if you would prefer to stay in town and awaken your inner child, you could visit Universal Studios – be warned however, shows are in Japanese so you might not enjoy them as much if you don’t speak the language.

GALLERY: Osaka, Japan

Val Go is a CELTA certified English teacher with years of experience in social media management. When not working, she likes getting lost in foreign cities, tasting their local cuisine and observing their culture.

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