Japan is such an interesting country, there’s so much to do and travelling without a car is so easy. Our hotel was right in the middle of the city and walking distance to Shinsaibashi, so it became a ritual of ours to go to Shinsaibashi for all of our meals. Today, I’ll be showing you some of the stuff you can do that is walking distance from Shinsaibashi station.
Love walking through the colorful alleys of Japan.
Shinsaibashi is filled with Chinese tourists and is always busy during the day.
Amy and Sara posing in front of the famous Glico sign.
This old guy makes me want to eat here, I don’t even know what they serve.
Sara looks like she’s part of the family.
Getting some fresh takoyaki, which originated in Osaka.
JDM food porn.
Amy ordering ramen through a machine.
I can never have ramen in the United States again.
The ramen spots here are so cool.
Sara and the astronaut guy.
We got these crepes so many times during our stay in Shinsaibashi.
I was Sara’s personal photographer all week.
And Amy’s candid photographer too.
Crowded all day.
The first time seeing the Persian ice cream man. He plays with you for a while until he really gives you your ice cream.
I want to bring my kids to him one day.
They didn’t really need to make their eyes that slanted.
Taking a break before we go out again.
Breaks to me is another meal.
We visited a dog cafe where you can hang out with little dogs and get some coffee.
Sara and Amy are avid dog lovers and could not get over all of the cuteness.
People come to these things to relieve some stress mostly, pretty neat.
Sunsets in the city.
It was a good day in Shinsaibashi.