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Group project for Japanese 1A class, November 2008

Group project for Japanese 1A class, November 2008

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  • Our Trip To Japan Osaka 大阪市
  • Budget & Dates
    • ¥150,000 (just over $1500)
      • Flights and hotels will be the highest cost
    • Traveling in March
      • Weather is cool
        • Average high temperature is in mid 50’s
      • Low chance of rain
        • Average of 4 inches of rain in March
  • Visiting Osaka
    • City of Osaka is in Osaka Prefecture
      • It is the capital city of the Prefecture
      • Osaka is in the Kansai Region on the island of Honshu
    Honshu View slide
  • Transportation
    • Kansai International Airport
      • Serves Osaka
      • Flights arriving at Kansai leave from Ontario, CA
    • While there, Osaka Prefectural Municipal Subway
      • Inexpensive & convenient
    View slide
  • Accomodations
    • Ramada Hotel Osaka
      • Centrally located
      • Reasonably priced
  • Places We’ll Visit
    • Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium
      • Spring Sumo Tournament is held in March
    • Shitennoji Temple
      • Oldest shrine in Japan
    • Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan
      • One of the World’s largest
    Whale Shark at Osaka Aquarium Kaiukan Shiennoji Temple, built in the year 593
  • Souvenir Shopping
    • Namba City Shopping Mall
      • Underground mall
      • One of Osaka’s most popular
      • Convenient subway stop
  • Food We’ll Enjoy
    • According to the Osaka Prefectural Government, Osaka philosophy is "kuidaore" which means eat until you drop
    • Local favorites we’d like to try:
      • Takoyaki, dumplings with octopus
      • Okonomiyaki, Japanese pancake
      • Kitsune Udon, noodles with bean curd
  • Presentation Group: Shelly Thacker Chris Dikmanas Frank Ordav Myles