Osaka: Shinsaibashi Shopping Street

So, the next stop after Universal Studio was Shinsaibaishi Shopping Centre. 
That afternoon was too sunny and hot eventho it was 4pm already! I'm not surprised at all why I got this dark right now and an absolute sunburnt all over my face and hand.

We walked from where the bus dropped us off to the Centre for about fifteen minutes and I started to realize how most of Japanese do not really care what other people are wearing.
For example, me, I'm wearing hijab and all covered clothes in that kind of hot weather, but they didn't even try to stare at me. It was like I was just one of them.
Such a huge difference when I was in America and most of everyone stared at me like I came from an outer space.

This was that Glico big banner. It was huge out of my expectation.

After taking lots of pictures in front of the Glico big banner, we walked past the shopping building and we found H&M and Monki.
Too bad because we were there with a bunch of family group with a strict schedule, we only had an hour and half, so I walked straight to Monki because I thought we got H&M in Indonesia.
AND  I am so in love with everything that Monki had!!!
They were just so edgy, simple and 'so-Topshop' with a more reasonable price! (I got a cool checkered top there!)

Then, we walked again and again and again, stopped at some stores and we finally found Disney Store. My niece and mine's favorite store in this entire world. I got a very cute Mike pencil too here!

After that, we walked back to the meeting point in front of the Glico big banner to gather with other families and finally we walked to a restaurant for our first dinner.

To be honest, this was actually my very first time ever eating in this kind of restaurant with that kind of food, and I WAS SO IN LOVE. Those meats, udon, tofu, fried potato were sooo good. And we were like, could eat everything we want, with an endless dessert: Haagen-Dazs icecream, and its variety flavors.
But, since we were in Japan, everything with Greentea will do!

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