We start our journey on the second day with a hearty breakfast provided by Yougendo (the place we stayed) at 830am (730am Malaysia time).
The breakfast is setted a very traditional way. It was very warm and homely.
After breakfast, we took JR line to Osaka to change for our 7-days rail pass. On the counter then we know that actually we can activate the pass right at Kansai airport according to any start date we want. We thought we have to activate it on the day we want to use it *sigh*.
And since not all JR office can activate it, we have to go all the way to Osaka to finish this thing. I don't remember which station can do this activation but if I'm not mistaken, only 3 JR office, one in Kansai, one in Osaka and another one, you have to google hehehe.
(You can only buy Japan Rail Pass outside of Japan. We bought ours from JTB in Amoda Building, Imbi)
JR pass we get in Malaysia. I forgot to snap the pass after exchanged. I'll post the example of JR pass later ya.
Street performance and we don't understand a bit! It's all in Japs haha
The line for back to the future. I think this one also 120mins *sob sob*
In front of BTTF. It's veryyyy cooool! I recommend this one
Ebi tempura, boiled soy beans, deep fried squid tentacles and 2-pieces of sushi. The ebi tempura is to die for. The ebi is big and fresh, very scrumptious! Anyway seriously I can't recall kitaorg kenyang kah makan ni? It looks very little, right? Btw, this so-called little dinner cost us 2100 yen (about RM70).
When we reached our room, it shows 8 degrees! With everything closed, doors, windows, etc. We heat up our room to the max (31 degrees) and still need to wear socks before going to sleep.
Truthfully, the coldness is a bit annoying, but come to think of it, it is very special. It's like 2 in 1, get to see sakura and at the same time, get to taste the 'winter' :)