Osaka: Land of Pretty Bicycles

I saw so many pretty bicycles and the ones in pink attracted me the most. Osaka must be a pretty safe city, and I felt safe too even walking out late at night. You can tell this as most people park their bicycles outside their shops and don’t lock them. Pedestrians need to watch out though, as bikes zip and weave their way through throngs of people. I even saw mums on bikes with little seats for their babies and tiny tots.

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

A girl with red hair zipped past me as I took this blurry photo.

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I thought the single pink wheel was so cool.

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I noticed there was a separate path for cyclists at the zebra crossing.

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Fashionable Osakans cycling by.

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

About bookjunkie

Blogging about my daily life in Singapore helps with my mid life crisis.
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7 Responses to Osaka: Land of Pretty Bicycles

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  2. Wow!
    Very cool, I’m jealous. I wish I could travel a bit more.
    Sometimes I secretly wish I could make use of a bike here more… unfortunately everything is miles away -_-

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  5. Marilyn Tang says:

    pretty pretty bikes…

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