Jan 17, 2012

Puble bath

If you want try something Japanese, I strongly recommend going to public bathes.
Public baths are very popular in Japan.
No need to be hesitate to be naked, ha ha!

A public bath is close to J-hoppers Osaka. The name is" Shoten-yu".
This is the typical Japanese public bath.
Men and women get in there separately and soap bathes with others.
You might feel weird in the begging, but feel comfortable more and more.

"Shoten-Yu" is very friendly for us, because it is clean and reasonable.
Facilities are also okay.

This public bath is a bit old. This make us feel better sometimes.
Fee is 410yen for adult including towel's fee.

Please visit there to know our culture, ha ha :)

Jan 8, 2012

bar where you can play beer pong

3 min from Subway Shinsaibashi Stn. #7 exit.
Go West at the corner of Apple Store from the Mido-suji. Turn left (south) at the first block and go straight. The bldg is on the right side on the 2nd block. It's on the 4th floor.
(You will see the big yellow sign says "サンフラワービル" Balabushka is next building on 4th floor.)

Mon-Thu 6pm-3am
Fri, Sat & Before Holiday 6pm-5am

This is one of my favorite bars in osaka that you can play beer pong and pool for free. There are so many cool foreigners to hang out with too.

Hope you can enjoy there! practice beer pong for our christmas party in 2012.