The Spooky Airbnb Apartment πŸ‘» + Tamade Supermarket in Osaka 🍣

Hi everybody!

This blog entry is a continuation of my Osaka travel photo diary.

As I have mentioned, Aki and I stayed at this old apartment room that we booked via airbnb. The listing is not available anymore but it was located at Nishinari-ku.

I felt like I was in a different era, haha.

Drip coffee as always haha

Quick journaling time before we headed out~

The very Japanese mirror + tissue dispenser deserved a photo haha

Really love this cord organizer haha

What we only brought during this trip ~

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The toilet was for common use ~

It was really an old apartment but well-maintained

Just to show how old it was haha

Walking around the neighborhood. These drawings were for storytelling before πŸ™‚

Spotted a cheap supermarket branch (it’s a chain) that is apparently popular in Osaka~

It had neon lights inside! Very aesthetic haha. Cheap and colorful = my aesthetic LOL

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Sis… 78 yen is a GOOD DEAL! I can just cook rice at home and buy 2 from any of these haha

The bunny made me buy it

I want those neon lights for my future store lol

We only spent this much for a big lunch for the both of us. And yes, we did eat at a random food court at a mall in Osaka station lolol

Grumpy Peko-chan

Osaka station train stamp of course

Arigato Osaka, until next time! : )

We’re on our way, Nara ~

Thanks for reading! πŸ™‚

カむラ

3 thoughts on “The Spooky Airbnb Apartment πŸ‘» + Tamade Supermarket in Osaka 🍣

  1. I love the train stamps. You inspired me so that when I went on my honeymoon to japan in September we found a train stamp notebook and got stamps from every station we went to except one. I can’t wait to go back and get more! Also, I was really hoping for a spoopy ghost story from this old apartment πŸ˜‚

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  2. the airbnb looks rather interesting. seemed like it was built pre-ww2 era. I used to live in Nishinari-ku and Tamade was my fave supermarket. Very cheap!

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