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... the shops on the high streets are what you would find in London or NYC. The older part of town is further north up the hill and is home to the houses of first western settlement in Kobe. It is a very posh area which doesn't scream Japan but it's lovely and so well maintained that we forgive that. ...
Today we got the bullet train south to Osaka where Universal Studios are. We were really excited about the train we also got our first bento box which was lovely. Cold rice and chicken, Nathan had pork. The train took three hours, it was so quiet and smooth. The toilets where not impressive though! We arrived at Osaka and then used our JR rail pass to get us to the hostel. The hostel was very hippy-fied but clean enough. Here is the longest shopping arcade in ...
... man's area when Osaka was re built after the war, so there are lots of bars and restaurants.
We headed to find the giant blowfish lamp and tsutenkaku tower. Unfortunately a wrong choice of underground exit meant we went the wrong way...doh! Still, we ended up in Denden town where inbetween the porn video shops are loads of electronic stores and one huge toy shop (more bought for that nephew of ours...!)
When we did find the right way the ...
... castles so I set out to the the most famous and beautiful one in Japan: Himeji castle. It was a pure disappointment. The castle is undergoing restoration and that was basically all you could see. The castle itself was wrapped up and you could not enter it. I went into some of the smallest building but that was of course not why I came. I learned a lot about how the roofs and the walls were build, since there was an exhibition about that as part of the restoration. Not exactly ...
... 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 ...