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#1 2019-05-15 05:55:59

>>> It's SIBERIAN WEDNESDAY!!


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#2 2019-05-15 06:04:09

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Tokyo can wait: Osaka, Kyoto and Hiroshima cradle the soul of Japan

From capsule hotels to octopus balls, the Kansai region is a standout

My dream of visiting Japan began when I saw the opening of the first Pokémon Center in Tokyo on TV in 1998.

I was eight years old and desperate to travel to Kanto, the first region visited in the Pokémon video games and namesake of the country’s actual Kanto region where the country’s capital Tokyo thrives.

This dream burned bright like a untameable Charizard, and my childhood fascination for Japan grew beyond Tokyo and Pokémon as I read about the land of the rising sun and it’s other worldly culture in other regions.

So when British Airways relaunched their direct route to Osaka in the Kansai region this year, I finally decided it was time to realise a dream.

It wasn’t Tokyo or the Kanto region as my eight year old self expected, but I was about to find out dreams can be better than you hoped.

With passage to the kitchen of Japan, Osaka, and Kyoto, which, to me now, is the very essence of the country, the Kansai region has so much to offer but which tourists might not afford enough time to, in favor of the futuristic Tokyo.

This is a ‘blow the cartridge and start again’ error.

Also, Kyoto is home to the Nintendo’s headquarters. So go figure.

Armed with an itinerary from G Adventures, to maximise my time and share my dream with new friends, I took on Kansai on a shoestring style, spending time in Osaka, Kyoto and traveling by bullet train south to Hiroshima.

I was lucky enough to arrive in Japan at the height of sakura season, a very special annual event in Japanese culture and an epic tourist attraction.

The cherry blossoms reach full bloom during a very short window around the end of March/beginning of April, although this changes per region, and bring visions of blossoms whipped up by your favorite anime characters as they head to war to the world.
With the blossoms setting the scene, and making my time in Japan so quintessentially special, I was empowered to seek out and experience everything that makes Japanese culture so unique and fascinating.

I’ll break down everything for you based on location:

Osaka: Street food, capsule hotels and gay nightlife

Osaka is known to the Japanese as tenka no daidokoro, the nation’s kitchen.

Famed for its thriving street food culture, Osakans are known for being the biggest foodies across the nation – and with that comes some of the best culinary traditions and inventions.

Kuromon Ichiba Market seems to be the epicenter of street food culture in the shopping district, Dotonbori. Navigate through the rising hot pot steam and bustling alleys to find fresh fish, including the infamous poisonous blowfish, and readily edible snacks like Takoyaki.

Takoyaki is probably the most common and popular Osakan street food, dumplings filled with ginger and octopus glazed with soy sauce and mayonnaise. It’s a treat.

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#3 2019-05-15 06:27:23

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#4 2019-05-15 07:37:05

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Our brand new 5-day epicure’s journey explores northern Thai cuisine, or Lanna cuisine, packed with flavours derived from sour tamarind, holy basil, lemongrass, coconut milk and more.

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#5 2019-05-15 08:03:07

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#6 2019-05-15 08:21:40

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#7 2019-05-15 10:46:14

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#8 2019-05-15 12:24:41

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Taiwan’s parliament will vote on a same-sex marriage bill on Friday

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Parliament is rushing to make same-sex marriage lawful ahead of a 24 May court deadline. Lawmakers will vote on legislation on Friday.

Although it is incomplete, activists said, the LGBTI community could accept the government’s bill.

President Tsai Ing-wen on Tuesday also encouraged lawmakers to get behind the bill.

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#9 2019-05-15 13:48:15

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#10 2019-05-15 23:59:03

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