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Street Food In Osaka

IT IS ALL ABOUT EATING during our three days on our own.... Yes, we have to share our food otherwise we could not stomach so much in a day... Here are some of the food we tasted within a couple of hours while we walked...
Cannot remember the name of the place... 
Where there is food we stopped to take a look... 

This is often seen in many places... even at my own own city, Ipoh... 
Not sure what this is....
We tried this... 
among a few others which my camera did not take... 
Just wanna put into my mouth instead..
Camera did not eat first at most times now... 
Our place for lunch!
What does it write here?
As usual Ramen for me... 
With or without eggs... 
Each bowl of Ramen normally cost around 700 to 800 yen... 
Which is equivalent to around RM30.. 
And rice with minced pork... 
Side dish is also a must... 
And after that, street food again.... 
Desserts is not left out too!
 Cannot remember how much already... 
But I know it is not cheap... LOL.... 
Anyway, just eat and enjoy!!







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  1. This would be my favorite part of the trip if I was there LOL!

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  2. I have taken my dinner, if not, I will tell you, everything I also want to eat...

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  3. Yes, that is what everybody tells me, everything is so expensive. Same thing in Korea...or Hongkong too.

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  4. I like the pudding besides the egg tart, yum yum

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  5. Yes. Street food looked so good, fresh and convenient in Japan, I heard.

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  6. When on holiday, everything must try!

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  7. You really had a great trip eating, eating and eating! That's life lah!
    I found some ramen in Kyoto and Fukuoka that costs between 450 to 550 YEN. I was so excited and ate them.

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