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I lost my way at umechika.

I went to Umeda, Osaka yesterday.
There is a large underground shopping center in Umeda.
Underground is chika in Japanese. So we call there umechika.

A place where I had to go was near Umeda station of a subway.
At first, I saw a sine of umechika's map, but I could'nt find out an exit which that was closed to my workplace, because that map was very simple and there were many exits.

I often use google map at places where I don't know well.
So I tried to use google map at umechika, but umechika was not covered... And that was underground...

I asked a saleswoman of shoes store, a salesman of cake shop and a guard about the way to the exit which I wanted to go.
Finally, I could find out the exit which I wanted to go and got out from umechika.
Banza----i\(^o^)/

I lose my way every time at umechika. (^^;;

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    I got lost at Umechika.

    I went to Umeda, Osaka yesterday.
    There is a large underground shopping center in Umeda.
    In Japanese, chika means underground, So we call the shopping center Umechika.

    I had to go to a place located near the Umeda Subway Station.
    I saw a map of Umechika, but because the map displayed so many exits, I couldn't find out one which was close to my job.

    I often use Google Maps in unfamiliar places, but since it was underground, it wasn't covered.

    I asked a saleswoman at the shoe store, a salesman at the cake shop and a guard to help me find my exit.
    Finally, I was able to find out the exit which I was looking for.
    Banza----i\(^o^)/

    I lose my way get lost every time at Umechika. (^^;;

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