Hopped out from the bus from Shijonawate arriving in an empty neighborhood nearby the train station. I can’t remember which train station we went to. It was just 5.30PM there but rarely people to be seen.

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Japan | 6/14 : Night bus to Tokyo

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Tasmanian Sea

In the Tasmanian Sea section, we saw the Pacific White-sided dolphin. Dolphin is one of my favorite aquatic mammals because of its active and playful behavior. The Pacific white-sided dolphin can be found in the North Pacific Ocean.

Great Barrier Reef

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Japan | 6/14 : Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan (II)

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Today we will explore the famous aquarium in Osaka. It’s Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan or simply called Kaiyukan. This aquarium had been open for 28 years (same like me) since 1990. Kaiyukan itself is one of the largest public aquarium in the world.

Back in my hometown, we have a public aquarium too. It’s called SeaWorld which had been opened since 1994. SeaWorld is not as big as Kaiyukan but still nice to explore what’s inside the sea.

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Japan | 6/14 : Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan

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Japan, Kyoto, Osaka, Photography, Shimoshinjo, Travel

Japan | 4/14 : Fushimi Inari Taisha (I)

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Ohayo gozaimasu! Good morning from Shimoshinjo! Today we bound for Fushimi Inari Taisha! One of my bucketlist in Japan! Kyoto here we come! (I just upgraded my wordpress plan for more storage)

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Japan | 3/14 : Shinshaibashi

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Glico man! The most iconic ‘man’ in Osaka! He is so popular that everybody must took photo with him if go to Osaka. :p You can take photo on the bridge in front of Shinsaibashi street.

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Japan | 3/14 : Okonomiyaki

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Okonomiyaki is one of Osaka specialty food. You can find it everywhere in Osaka. You can cook it yourself or let the staff cook for you. It’s made of a batter of flour, with shredded cabbage, sometimes with onions, meat (you can choose pork, beef, octopus, shrimp, etc). Topped with seaweed flakes and katsuoboshi (bonito flakes) with special mayonaise. While you cook your okonomiyaki, you can see the bonito flakes ‘dancing’.

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