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If you are clubbed, I suggest to to Giraff, is one of the biggest night club in Japan. It has 4stories with full of club-goer every night! Especially, on the weekend, there are throng amount of hot boys and girls. Just visit there and feel groove with them ;) Note:Do not forget to bring your ID!
If you are clubbed, I suggest to to Giraff, is one of the biggest night club in Japan. It has 4stories with full of club-goer every night! Especially, on the weekend, there are throng amount of hot boys and girls. Just visit there and feel groove with them ;) Note:Do not forget to bring your ID!…
“The G3 nightclub is next to the Giraffe nightclub. Both are located on the Dotombori river and are next to the boat cruise dock. The normal cover charge is 3,000 yen but is only 500 yen for foreigners carrying a photo ID. These dance clubs are not very large by western standards but the 500 yen cover does include one free drink based upon the latest known policy. ”
“Interactive museum about science. The Osaka Science Museum (大阪市立科学館, Ōsaka Shiritsu Kagakukan) on Nakanoshima Island has four floors of interactive exhibits and displays. The museum was designed with children in mind and takes visitors through displays on the universe, chemistry, electricity and energy. A science show is held three times a day (in Japanese only). ”
“Do you know, Japanese curry is unlike from the curry of rest of the world. Since curry has been imported to Japan long long time ago, it has changed its style. In this shop, they has special menu called Aburi-karubi curry. The curry contains very tender grilled beef rib.”
“Kobe Harborland, a premier commercial and sightseeing destination. Kobe Harborland features an array of large-scale commercial sites, from department stores, superstores, and speciality shops to hotels. This new cityscape, with its seaside sightseeing spots, pier, and pedestrian bridge so perfectly suited to its Kobe surroundings, has gained growing popularity among local residents as well as fans of Kobe from around the world.”
“In this country where seafood is sometimes eaten so fresh it's still moving, Zauo has tables on long 'fishing boats' over tanks where patrons fish for their own dinner. If you're lucky enough to hook something, there's celebratory drumming and your fish is whisked away to be prepared how you like (priced according to the type of fish). Alternatively, try an eight-piece sushi omakase nigiri , or a very tasty shio-yaki (salt-grilled) fish set from the menu. ¥300-per-person table charge. Reserve for a 'boat' table.”