Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kobe Sannomiya
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... in had been built three times. The first one was torn down to get the materials it was made out of. Even the Buddha was melted down. The second one was destroyed from a fire. This third one was made smaller to try to be conservative but it was still rather large in my opinion. There were windows high up that were opened three times a year, same times as when the lanterns are lit, and you can see the Buddha’s face through the window. Once inside to get a better ...
... There was a sushi bar just around the corner which we went to for breakfast. A dream come true.
After figuring out the slightly intimidating metro system, we headed into the bright lights of Osaka city. It's a lively, fun town and the nightlife is buzzing. We found a friendly little bar where we sampled
takoyaki. These are hot little batter balls encasing a bit of octopus and pickled ginger, served smothered in BBQ ...
... amazing setting. You can't go inside it, just stand and gape at it and take as many pictures as you want. The temple sits in some pretty amazing gardens. Today was a nice, warm spring day and the gardens displayed in full splendor. The Japanese were/are masters when it comes to gardens. In my wildest dreams I couldn't hope to design anything like this. Our afternoon stop was Nijo Castle. Nijo Castle was built in 1603 as the Kyoto residence of yet another shogun. It was used as ...
... 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 ...
We had an excursion to Kyoto today, apparently to see the "old Kyoto". It was over an hour on an elevated freeway with continuous sound barriers to get there, so not much to sight enroute. We were quite disappointed with Kyoto, as we saw none of the “old” bit (doesn't seem to exist now). However, we were taken to see the Golden Temple, which was quite a spectacular sight all coated ...