Hotel Piena Kobe
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Kobe
... seemed to be made of toasted sesame seeds, soy, vinegar and dried chillies in oil. I cobbled something together in what seemed like broadly the right ratios and dipped in the first Gyoza - it was absolutely divine, a little morsel of porky goodness! We munched down a couple of plates of gyozas and I had a couple of beers, whilst we tried to have a conversation with the waitress. A lack of a common language hindered our progress somewhat, particularly ...
... after I'd stepped off the train, holding the bag, and the rail passes, the alarm sounded, and the doors began to shut.
At this point, any sensible person would have let the doors shut, and just waited 9 minutes for the next train. Not me.
I ran back to the doors before they had closed completely, and since I had bags in my hands I thrust both of my arms through the doors, so that the doors closed on my forearms, jamming ...
... you can find amazing stuff from whole Japan. You will find there stuff like wasabi nuts through hello kitty lollypops to things you never saw in your life. Only factory of Willy Wonka can compete with it. Osaka Dodtonbori area is huge entertainment and food area. Osaka itself has been know in Japan as "The Nation's Kitchen". In former times you Osaka has access to all product among Japan as well as to all recipe and was distribution point to other regions. Some fans ...
... one of the few places where foreigners were permitted to live and trade. As a result the city feels less Japanese than other parts of the country, but the contrast between the local culture and the rows of trim 19th century European houses is an interesting one. Just like Yokahoma, Kobe's international history has landed it with a pretty neat Chinatown. Nanking (南京), as it is locally known, presumably named after the old capital of ...
... built in the 16th century and was in fact the whole city of Osaka which was very interesting. The current castle dates from 1931 as it has been plagued by fires throughout the ages and although not as large as the original it is one of Japan's most famous castles. One of the walls is built of the largest piece of stone found in Japan!
From the castle we went to Sumiyosha Taisha Shrine, one of Japan's ...