At night, we came back to Osaka JR station. The fourteenth person I met is Miki. She is a student in Osaka University, too. I met her in Taiwan three years ago, because she joined an international conference here. She is a very cute girl with quick speaking speed. But I try to speak Japanese with her this time. It seems that she slowed down her speed so that I can understand her meanings. We went to a department store first. I wanted to buy a Doraemon toys for my little cousins. Of course she would be the best “tour guide.”
After hanging around the near district, we went to eat dinner together. They showed me the modern Japanese way of treating guests. It’s so-called Yakiniku, which is similar to Bar-B-Q. You can order many kind of food following on your favorites. Shoji and Miki asked me to order any food, but I don’t know how to order them. There was so much different food. Here came my saying again, “Traditional food is better than other.” Two hours later, there were only many plates on the table. I can’t forget such a delicious food. It’s my last and the most “Oisii” food.