Friday, September 8

JP Trip Tip: Our Osaka Itinerary

So it is true. Osaka is more laid back than Tokyo. There's this chill vibe you distinguish after staying more than a week in the east, then heading straight to the west. "There's a feud, a rivalry between Kantō (Tokyo) and Kansai (Osaka)." My former students in Rarejob have mentioned this to me several times and it kinda looks real tbh.

Still, it's difficult to choose. We love both regions and we can't wait to go back. I'd share this though.. prices tend to be lower in Osaka than in Tokyo, just from what I observed.

Below are the spots we visited and things we did plus photos of all these. Enjoy! And for questions, feel free to drop them in the comments box (below the title if you're on mobile). Cheers! Kanpai!

For our Tokyo itinerary, CLICK HERE!

Praying for a wonderful married life.

January 1, Sunday
  • transfer from Tokyo to Osaka via Shinkansen
  • met Auntie Eden at Tennōji Sta. 
  • had the most delicious nabe for dinner at her house.
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January 2, Monday
  • Miyajima Island!
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January 3, Tuesday
  • Our last day to use our JR Passes but we were so tired so we just explored around Namba!
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January 4, Wednesday
  • Rest day
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January 5, Thursday
  • Nara day! 
  • Kasuga Taisha
  • Tōdai-ji
  • Kōfuku-ji
  • Nara Deer Park
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January 6, Friday
  • Went out late (as in late, mga 5pm) to Namba (again). We love Namba!
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January 7, Saturday
  • Kyoto day! 
  • Fushimi Inari Taisha
  • Kinkaku-ji
  • Shinsekai (an old shopping and gaming street in Osaka) with Auntie Eden and Okura-san
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January 8, Sunday
  • Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan
  • Yakiniku Dinner hosted by my cousin Gerald
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January 9, Monday
  • Final Shopping Day at Namba
  • Last dinner (shabu-shabu waaaa super sarap!) with Auntie Eden
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January 10, Tuesday
  • Uwian na bes
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