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Field Report: Sendai (15 April 2013) – Part 3/3

Within striking distance

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Where Diego finds life in a cemetery, sees bright colours on a mausoleum, and is rendered speechless by a cow’s tongue.

Third part of three.

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Osaka

Ezperienza

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With a population of 2.5 million, Osaka is Japan’s third largest and second most important city. It was the last city that we visited as we flew out from Kansai Airport to Taipei.   Osaka is a big, busy, bustling city, with lots of transportation options. Getting around in Osaka can be challenging at times, given the multitude of train stations (some with very similar names!), and the twisty, turny little streets that veer off the main boulevards. Thank goodness to our JR pass, it made  our trip in Osaka so much easier..

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