And here is the last part of my adventures in Japan! I thought it was going to be the last, but turns out I have a lot I’d like to share! Hope you’ve enjoyed it so far. If you want to read the other parts click the following links: part 1, part 2.
After some breakfast, we walked to the Osaka Castle (thanks zzzisle!), passing a political protest, which we thought was quite unusual. At least, it’s not the kind of thing that you’d expect to see in Japan. It was early in the morning and there were five men, one of them with a megaphone and the others spreading panflets. Continue reading