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Currently 10:37am, Monday, November 7th.

On Sunday, I took the shinkansen (bullet train) to Osaka. I'm staying at the Toyoko Inn, which is perfect for me. It's a style of hotel called a business hotel - small rooms, quite economical, but targeted toward business customers - there's Internet in the room, a coin laundry in the lobby, and it's located close to subway lines.

Today I'm off to Doguya-suji, the restaurant supply area of Osaka.

I hope to catch up with posting pix tonight.


I don't think I've ever seen a hotel that touted ISO compliance before. Almost an extreme focus on quality, though I'm sure very welcome as a traveller.

ISO compliance is a much bigger deal out here, apparently. I've noticed it in other advertising, and for the newer ones - I saw 9002 mentioned for something today.

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