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Travel Blogs from Kobe
... not far from the china town. The port at night looks so calm and quite, beautifully colored by some night shops at the other side of the port. I wondered how it would be like during the day time as I didnt see any ship or boat here (perhaps they all hidden in the dark). After taking a fresh breeze and a few shots, we walked back to the train station, departed for Osaka. We checked in at St. Regis again for the night. Enjoyed warm shower and looked forward to Nara trip ...
... and we took the train there.
found out that it was actually Osaka Main Station, we walked , people watched and then finally decided to just take the train to the waterfront for the sunset. As we took the train, we could see the sun set amidst Osaka skyline, saw Universal studio from across and then finally stopped at the end and just walked to the water front. Lovely sunset, watched the ships passed and then osaka lit up. And then , we walked back to the MRT.
... stations, crowded streets and sidewalks and heavy traffic. We had decided to get some lunch and head to
the main shopping district in the heart of downtown.
Lunch would be at a
tiny hole-in-the-wall diner. As usual
the menu was unreadable. Fried rice was
ordered for me and it came with a small bowl of leek soup. It was delivered with a spoon. Happy day!
Beatles music played in the background as we inhaled our food. ...
... It isn't actually a whole town that is Korean but more like a large amount of wide shopping streets where you can get loads of Korean food and do Korean shopping from toys to clothing brands to k-pop(!) music stores. Naturally after enjoying the sight and busting out my camera for some shots I went ...
... the road choice of O-bento box lunches to eat on the train. Michelle had one of her favorite mochis for dessert or 'dezāto' (デザート) as they say in Japanese.
We arrived in Kyoto station where we were greeted by Takeshi, his wife Eiko and Akagi-San.We met Takashi in 2001 on our Seoul to Osaka bike trip and have made three subsequent cycling trips with him. ...