A LONGGG walk to the castle. but it was beautiful. and the crepe shop outside sells amazingly delicious cheese & blueberry crepe. try it! as for the castle, if you can fit it in your itinerary, why not? it’s beautiful and iconic. not really just a tourist trap since it IS really beautiful. like WOW AMAZING beautiful.

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caught an airplane in my shot! the walls of the castle and water surrounding it.

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me and the magnificent Osaka Castle. which was closed on the day I went. bummer. taken with Casio Exilim.

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Osaka Castle in Art-Mode.

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another taken with my DSLR. hahaha I looked so round =S.

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it seems like the castle looks amazing in every angle. it feels like they found the right feng shui and lighting to build the castle to make it look this amazing throughout the year. really, come here anytime of the year.

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Osaka Station! and the illuminating lights which was only there for a limited time. looks better in the day really.

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sunlight in winter’s just so.. breath-taking.

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so so so bright. yes my stockings were torn. =S.

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spam.

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escalator to heaven!!!

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there’s nothing up much there though hahahaha.

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and get out of the station at night because… it’s so pretty!!!! like seriously. T_T. super romantic. the lights on the trees are… pretty. the lights are pointed at different directions which made each bulb look like they are of different sizes. making it even more magical looking.

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everywhereeeeee.

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and back up to the station. Umeda Sky Tower is walking distance from here too by the way!

3 Responses to “[Osaka] Osaka Castle & Osaka Station”

  1. D Says:

    Hey Jamie!

    Nice photos!! May i know what camera you’re currently using? ๐Ÿ˜€

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    Jamie Liew Reply:

    I use several cameras haha and it is not in the market anymore =(. both of them. old old cameras T_T.

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    Jamie Liew Reply:

    I use Canon for my dslr and Casio for my compact. the canon 650D should be around the same.

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