Chisun Hotel Kobe
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... started playing, It was hard to stop your self from falling into 2 lines and marching around the deck! It was a great welcome and quite unique. I can't quite get the gist of all the bowing. What's the etiquette here. Who bows first, who bows to who and is it, as Glenn says, a competition to see who can be the last to bow.! It will get the better of me and I will have to ask but I need to ask the right person in order not to offend. Today we are in Kobe ...
... see that there are many who match the stereotype of the small person, with sticking out teeth and round glasses. The dentistry, as was true in England and maybe still is in some places, does not seem to be great. However whilst I notice I tower over the older people in lifts and on buses etc (I now know how the dutch must feel), I have also noticed that many young male teenagers are much taller .. taller than I am ... getting on for Dutch heights ... now why is that happening? .... oh and no fat ...
... jingle. Wherever you are, there is always some sort of happy kind of bloopy music. I really like that about Japan
Another striking thing about Japan is the people. We hadn’t been there 10 minutes and we had already been helped by a random stranger to get to our subway stop. That’s the sort of people the Japanese are. So polite, helpful and courteous. I think it’s even more important to remember that in Japan, no matter how tired confused and ...
... br> in population and cuisine. During the Second
World War, Kobe was bombed in 1945 losing 8800 of its
citizens. Then in January 1995 it was
hit with an earthquake measuring 7.2 causing over 40,000 casualties. It decimated the port which has since been
rebuilt. A special area of the damage
has been preserved and serves as a memorial to the event. We explored the area named Harborland, only
to discover it was the ...
... spoilt too much since then!
The first thing we noticed was how chilled out and peaceful Nara seemed compared to Kyoto. It made us realise why some people prefer it! On our walking tour of Nara we started with the three-story pagoda, then onto the five-story pagoda next to the Tokon-Do hall. We had a lovely tour around the Kofukuji Museum where we saw some very impressive artifacts before we headed over to the park to see our first ...