Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Osaka Night Views

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They say that Japan is more beautiful at night, and I could not agree more. When the sun sets, the streets of Japan transform into a sea of neon. This is true with big cities like Tokyo and Osaka, but I will save Tokyo for further posts. For the meantime, let me show you some of the nightscapes I took during my 4 month stay in Osaka. Enjoy :D

Osaka Castle At Night (taken on August 21, 2008)

Glico Man in Dotonbori (taken on September 20, 2008)

Umeda From Tenmabashi (taken on August 14, 2008)

Osaka Business Park From Afar (taken on August 21, 2008)

Night View From Osaka Castle Area (taken on August 21, 2008)

Umeda Sky Building At Night (taken on August 23, 2008)

Fountain Near Umeda Sky Building (taken on August 23, 2008)

Umeda From Umeda Sky Building (taken on August 23, 2008)

Northern Osaka From Umeda Sky Building (taken on August 23, 2008)

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  1. Wow, these photos are great. What kind of camera do you use?

  2. @ilike2photoshop hi! thanks! i just use an Olympus digital camera. planning to buy an SLR soon though (if i have the money :D)

  3. great series of pictures from the city.

  4. Osaka Castle is so beautiful! Thanks for visiting Miss Igorota's blog! :)

  5. beautiful place! i can feel the spreading neon lights in a big cities in japan.

  6. nice pictures. i will love to be in this place

  7. wow, Osaka. I hope I can visit japan someday.

  8. I'm planning to visit Japan, too! Thanks for sharing these cool photos. The castle looks very majestic.

  9. I'm planning on visiting Japan soon wih a friend, and I can't wait! Beautiful pictures! Keep up the great work!

  10. Nice photos. I love to see those in person someday. I just hope so....kakainggit ka!

  11. MJ,
    From the photos especially the night one, I can see how vibrant the cities. Hopefully. one day I also can visit Japan.
    Nice photos.
    Have the nice day.

  12. @coolingstar9 thanks!

    @Kuma, Shashindoubutsu Happy trip! :D

    @wheng Kaya yan! Go lang ng go :D

  13. When I was living in Japan, I regularly saw 'Orange House' and 'Banana House' advertised - offering cheap accommodation to foreigners in Japan. I'm afraid I have no idea of the quality of the accommodation, but they've been going for quite a while so I suspect are reliable and you should be able to find reviews online with a bit of searching.

  14. @Cads Oh thanks for the info. I will surely look into it when I go back to Japan. Thanks!

  15. Whoaaa. These are incredible. I'd love some prints of some of them to go on my walls. Wow.