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Last week, 4000 high schools in Osaka and Kobe were closed to prevent the shingata influenza (new flu) spreading among teenagers. The government also banned school students from working their part-time jobs and from eating in public. This, coupled with the official health department advice, ‘Do not leave your house for non-urgent purposes’, meant that Osaka was quieter than Canberra on a rainy weekend. Charlotte and I decided shopping and eating were pretty urgent purposes so we headed to Umeda and found an amazing frozen yogurt sundae cafe where the desserts were as healthy as they were delicious! Pictured top is the blueberry, raspberry and vanilla yogurt parfait with coconut jelly cubes.

Every shop assistant, train conductor, waiter and waitress was wearing a face mask and, at We Go clothing store, even the mannequins were protected…


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