Universal Studios Japan – we were in time for the Attack on Titan XR ride! (How to go, what to expect)

You guys already know how I'm a huge theme park fan, so it should surprise you that I went to Universal Studios during my trip to Osaka. I booked my tickets through Klook, as always. Book Universal Studio Japan tickets here : click me tip: if you're gonna head there during a high season, I … Continue reading Universal Studios Japan – we were in time for the Attack on Titan XR ride! (How to go, what to expect)

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Day trip to Kobe (How to go, where to go, and where to eat)

The first time we went to Kobe, everything was closed. We didn't know that it was a holiday and the majority of the restaurants were closed. We had to wait for around 2-3 hours so that we could have lunch. We made sure that didn't happen the second time around. For this trip, my dad … Continue reading Day trip to Kobe (How to go, where to go, and where to eat)

Umeda Sky Building and Hep Five (How to go and what to expect)

One of the places I really wanted to visit during the trip was Umeda Sky Building. I've seen countless photos from friends riding the same elevator whenever they went on a trip to Osaka so I made sure that I'll be able to come here too during our trip to check it out. How to … Continue reading Umeda Sky Building and Hep Five (How to go and what to expect)

Osaka Baifu Shinsaibashi – Our favorite hidden ramen place we discovered years ago! (How to go, what to expect, and what to order!)

Years ago, when we first went to Osaka, we discovered this small ramen place while we were walking. It was so random that we didn't know how we discovered the place or how we could go back. Well with some digging with some help from the location of photos from my iPhone and Google Maps, … Continue reading Osaka Baifu Shinsaibashi – Our favorite hidden ramen place we discovered years ago! (How to go, what to expect, and what to order!)

Exploring Shin Sai Bashi (What to expect)

Before you reach Shinsaibashi, you'll be walking through Ebisubashi, which is beside Dotonbori. Ebisubashi is filled with shops and cafes, just like Shinsaibashi so it's normal to be confused if and ask yourself "Am I in Ebisubashi or Shinsaibashi?" So how do you know if you are in Shinsaibashi? Simple, there is a sign on … Continue reading Exploring Shin Sai Bashi (What to expect)