|Mega departmental complex, Hanshin. Your one stop for everything under one roof!|
|I love the nighttime lighting / illuminations in Osaka, more so compared to Tokyo|
Omurice is an example of contemporary Japanese cuisine consisting of an omelette made with fried rice and usually topped with ketchup. It is a popular dish both commonly cooked at home and can be found at many western style diners in Japan.
|Japanese Omelette Rice|
Children, in particular, enjoy Omurice, and it is often featured on okosama-ranchi or kids’ meals. The dish typically consists of chicken rice: rice pan-fried with ketchup and chicken, wrapped in a thin sheet of fried egg. The ingredients that flavor the rice often vary.
Often, the rice is fried with various meats and/or vegetables, and can be flavored with beef stock, ketchup, demi-glace white/brown sauce or just salt and pepper.
|When the train station is most empty period, as it was really late|
Other, were more fortunate to be living in areas whereby the train lines service a little later into the night.
|Taxi overload during the “magical hour”!|
|A Ramen store in Osaka, Umeda|
They have some really tasty Ramen here!
Please do pop by if you happen to be here, in Umeda.
|Alice in Wonderland Magic World is here!|
It’s a wonderful experience, not to be missed!
|Most people hate rain, me too! Although i kinda like the way neon lighting reflects the water surface, on the ground|
The restaurant includes playing card dining tables, giant tea cup booths, a magic forest, and heart-shaped chandeliers.
All these while you are being served by a battalion of waitresses all dressed like Alice, there is plenty of other touches to keep the atmosphere from becoming totally creepy: bunny tails on the chairs, a big clock against one wall, and a Mad Hatter Tea Party room over which towers a giant lamp (you’ve shrunk, remember?) that contrasts with a tiny version at the entrance (back when you were huge).
Some appetizers come served on a chessboard, and the pizzas are done up like playing-card soldiers. Try the Green Caterpillar tuna and avocado sushi roll, or the cute Mock Turtle Mimosa Salad.
|Osaka is empty now! This is Daimaru in Osaka Station City, BTW.|
|Loving the old world charm of old Osaka, warms my heart. Instantly.|
Tsuke soba is basically almost the exact same thing, but you dip your dry Soba noodles into a slightly different broth.
For more info on this, please feel free to check out my previous post on Ramen & Tsukemen.
Ramen & Tsukemen
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