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Travel Blogs from Kobe
... interested in the history of the
Pacific War, one of the other guys is also named Tom Jones. This is
planning a tour when we get to the southern islands.
lectures on many topics connected both directly and indirectly with
the places we visit on this trip. We have several presentation that
give interesting insight to China, and the special economic area of
are almost gone, the ...
... the tower “Shin-Sekai” were filled with pachinko palours (the gambling machines that take ball bearings) and restaurants many of which sported the giant blow fish lanterns to show that they sell 'fugu’ the blow fish delicacy which if not prepared properly will send you to the morgue. Fortunately as with most other food stuff in Japan this was well outside our budget, phew!
No trip in japan in complete without seeing the bright ...
... the preparation process was amazing. This lady had some system build of scientific laboratory equipment serving as a coffee maker. Clean, precise and transparent. I started to feel that Japan will be full of things I’ve never seen or tried before. I liked that feeling. Once we had enough caffeine in our veins we headed to traditional Japanese fast food. According to map we grab at subway station that was the most recommended place to eat in ...
... a little of what to had to offer. Starting with lunch. Toru picked a restaurant I wouldn't even have known I could go into. Many look just like small little bars or taverns and have curtains hanging down over the entrance which apparently means they're open but this one did not have any english on it or a pictue menu which is the other way they communicate with tourists. However we ordered two 'omorice', well I say we but it was more Toru, and then enjoyed a plate of chicken and ...
... shopping arcade (main shopping street, lined with various stores and restaurants), Chinatown (南京町 nankinmachi), which used to be a settlement of Chinese merchants, but now is turned into a Japanised tourist attraction (Maran was not impressed with the lack of authentic Chinese signs, food and people) and harbourfront Meriken Park with an ...