Osaka is such a huge and diverse city that it is impossible to do everything in just a weekend. Moreso, it is such a famous tourist destination that travelling to it is just so costly. This blog is not here to disprove all of that. Instead, this blog’s purpose is to just guide you how to maneuver around the bush so that you will have the Osaka Weekend you’ve always dreamed of (with a minimal cost).
Okay, so where and what did we do in Osaka for a weekend, spending less than ¥19000? Well, here are the places we went to:
- Osaka Castle (大阪城)
- Doutonbori (道頓堀)
- O River (大川)
- Universal Studios Japan
Worth it for the expenses? Yes, right?
Okay, so let’s dive in to our experience, itinerary, travel guide, and summary of expenses!
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I always find posts on Facebook about people trying to do trash-free food shopping in Supermarkets and failed to do so because, Supermarkets will forever have packaged foods. Well ever since I started my zero-waste journey, one of the first things that I did to avoid trash is to shop in a place where it is not mandatory to package the food that I buy. If NYC has a Farmers’ Market where Lauren Singer does her food shopping, I have my most favorite place here in Cebu City; Carbon Market. ❤
I know, the place stinks and everybody has the stereotype that it is very dangerous to be there, but I actually don’t mind. I’ve been shopping my foods there even before I started my zero-waste journey and I always go home in one piece and I haven’t ever had any dangerous experience there. So you chill guys because, you might also start to have your very own Saturday Carbon Market Day (my favorite day of the week~) after reading this blog. 😉
Alright, so how do I do it? Lemme share to you some tips and tricks on how to do a trash-free food shopping:
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