Gran Takarazuka Osaka Part 3: Worker version

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Gran Takarazuka Osaka Part 3: Worker version

We saw a day in the life of a student living at Gran Takarazuka Osaka in Part 2 (and talked about the house itself in Part 1). If you're not a student, and not a tourist, you probably have a regular job. So let's take a look at a day in the life of an office worker!

Morning preparations

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8:45 Wash basin, and entrance
Going to work: heading into Osaka
30 minutes train to Umeda station in Osaka, no transfers

Breakfast at either Umeda or Osaka station

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10:00 There are lots of places to eat underground, with bakeries, sandwiches, coffee, other drinks, and more.
Work time

End of work
Today there is a work dinner party. We went to a place called Daruma, which has all sorts of things grilled on skewers

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The shop is located near Umeda station



After dinner, go home by train
30 minutes by train to Hibarigaoka-Hanayashiki station, 0 transfers, then home to Gran Takarazuka

Back home!

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Front door code lock, and room door lock
Relaxing in the evening in a comfy room!
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In this blog we at Oakhouse Shibuya Information Center will be introducing a new share house every month that we personally visit to take a closer look at. We have many years of accumulated experience of share houses and many of us have lived or are currently living in one. With this expertise we would love to introduce some of the houses at Oakhouse that might not always get all the attention it deserves.

We will also be interviewing the only ones who knows more about each share house than we do - the residents themselves! This blog is a space for the residents themselves to get a voice and to let us know why they choose to live where they do.

Join us every month for a new recommended share house!

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