Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kobe Sannomiya
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... be docked overnight. Kobe is the sixth largest city in Japan and is on the southern side of the main island of Honshu. There are day trips to Kyoto and Osaka but we have opted for a half day tour up to Rokkosan-Saikoho garden terrace for a view of Kobe and surrounds and a tour of the Kobe Sake Brewery Museum. Our guide's nickname is Sake which is appropriate for today. On the drive up the mountain Sake talks a bit about the religion in Japan. Majority ...
... excellent. We had to order and buy the ticket from a machine inside this small ramen place. It's quite efficient for this pre-paid system but the menu on the machine were all written in Japanese and we had no clue what is what, luckily Mhee was there with us so our first meal in the country went well.
The next morning, after small breakfast (croissant and hot chocolate), we met Mhee at Honmachi station around 10.30am and headed somewhere at ...
... t see that happening in London! The food wasn't as great as we thought it would be. Unless you're willing to pay a bit more that is.. We had no idea what big drinkers the Japanese were! The restaurants are often just full of business men in suits eating a drinking loads, and often on their own. Eating out is quite a sociable thing though, because the chef is often on show everyone has someone to talk to. Dislikes Jo - fish paste ...
... We were both so excited by how well they turned out.
After we were done we wandered Shisaibashi which is the shopping district for a while before heading to Tenoji mall looking for an ATM for foreign cards. Only 7-eleven ATM's work with our cards. Tenoji mall is approximately 5 times bigger then metrotown mall. Stefania said she once spent two and a half hours there and she only covered half of 2 floors. The boys met us at the mall around noon but Bryce 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 ...