Last Day in Japan – Osaka | Tokyo

It’s the final countdown, shalalala! I am finally at the end of my posts about my Japan trip in spring. On my last days, I first spent my time near Osaka airport at the Rinku Town (outlet town). From Osaka then, I flew to Tokyo, before I head back home to Switzerland the next day. I left my luggage at the hotel, had lunch under the pretty cherry blossom trees and went to the Aeon Mall Narita, where I spent a lovely day with final shopping.

Overall, I had a super exciting time and could discover a lot of beautiful places in Japan. The cherry blossoms are truly amazing. Springtime is definitely a beautiful time and should be visited once in a lifetime, but autumn is and stays my favourite season. In summer it can be veeery hot and in winter very cold. The weather in autumn is just perfect, the cherry blossoms are over, but the coloured leaves in autumn are breathtaking as well. The season food is soo good (chestnut & sweet potatoes – hell yes!!). However at the end, everyone has to decide themselves.

So I hope you guys had fun reading my posts and you will hopefully visit some of the recommended places or restaurants. If you have any questions or would like to know more about Japan, just let me know!

Kansai Airport First Hotel

Ferris Wheel At the shopping mall Seacle

Outlet shops Having dinner – mhmmm, Katsu! Breakfast in the morning Osaka Airport Playing Tsum Tsum Here we go to Tokyo In front of the hotel Having lunch under the cherry blossom trees Finall shopping at Aeon Mall

They had a convenience store in the hotel, so
I could go and grab some sweets and… matcha ice cream!!!
Miss this damn much. It was sooooooo gooooood T_TGood night. Good morning. Narita Airport Having breakfast at this lovely cafe Need some souvenirs? Let’s go home! Got a Melonpan in Japan before leaving No I didn’t fly First class, but I just met my ex school friend and
she was a flight attendant?! She was so kind and gave me
this as a present. Thank you so much!!

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