(It's a bus).
A cafe full of rabbits. Read the full adventure.
Read the full Ra.a.g.f adventure.
Though he had no home, he had a pretty nice computer.
To combat the (alleged) groping problem.
Our guide told us that if you want KFC on Christmas, you'd better make a reservation. Even for take away.
t might look like chocolate inside, but it's red bean paste.
... they got the best and second-best fortunes. A rarity, we're told.
Smoke, to clear the lungs and ward off illness.
Water. Seems perfectly sanitary.
Every time I saw one of these fellows, I thought of The Little Rickshaw Boy.
(Japanese 99¢ Store)
Takeshi Kitano looms large.
Even the Hummers.
Trash cans in Japan are pretty hard to find. And it's usually pretty clean, but every so often you find a pile of trash.
These are everywhere.
Blue is a cold beverage. Red is a hot beverage.
We lost a camera here temporarily.
Looking out over Amerimura
If you see these, you're probably in America Town
A free smoking space. Open Noon to 9:00 p.m. For adult smokers only.
We wanted to eat breakfast here, but it was closed when we went by the next morning.
This place looks great!
Located in Dotonbori at 34.668806, 135.503447.
Again, I went right to The Little Rickshaw Boy.
at Fukiro-machi Elementary School Peace Museum
Model representation of the atomic bomb aftermath.
Constructed in 197. It chimes everyday at 8:15 a.m., the time the atomic bomb exploded.
The unassuming entrance to a great restaurant.
Noppon. The one on the left is Older Brother and the one on the right is, you guessed it, Younger Brother.
On the roof of the Ghibli Museum
She takes yen, dollars, and euros.
Our last glimpse of Japan.
View the entire Japan Gallery.
We're a family of four traveling the world for an entire year. These are our adventures.