Top 3 Surprises in Osaka

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1. Left and Right
It was very interesting to see that when we take the escalator in Osaka, we have to stand on the right and walk on the left while in Tokyo, it is the other way around.

2. Rice With Okonomiyaki
In Osaka, when you order okonomiyaki rice comes with it.

3. Expensive Tea
2 L tea at convenient store is super expensive! It costs 313yen!!

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