Hotel Plaza Kobe
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... explained to our group the process of making sake. We took a photo of the entire tour group at this site. Our final stop on the tour was Kobe, a city of 150 million people. It is a port city. In 1995 a 7.2 magnitude earthquake devastated the city. 6100 people were killed, 400,000 people injured. We passed the red coloured Marine Tower, a famous landmark of the city. Our final meal of the tour was a teppan-style Kobe beef dinner. It was meant to impress, however we ...
... of imagery onto the castle to make it appear that it is moving. Effects included the castle burning, or being cut in half by a samurai sword or at one stage changing into a transformer which twisted and turned and reshaped itself.
Words can't really describe it. Only with pictures or even better, video, can you begin to understand just how well done the illusion was.
The illuminations run on a cycle of around 20 minutes of running ...
... was full of touristy rip-off joints. However, one thing we've learned so far in the region of Kansai is that it's very difficult to find a bad restaurant - perhaps it was luck, or perhaps it was divine bovine intervention, but we backtracked on our original decision to try a place called Steak Land and ended up at Ishida, for one of the most memorable meals of our lives.
We quickly realized that reservations are a necessity at Ishida, obvious because of the packed ...
... sense! From here you can walk around the edge of a circular path with fabulous views out over Osaka and surrounding areas. The inner part of the circular path looks down the 173 metres to the ground below. It is impressive and nerve wracking at the same time. Osaka like any big city stretches for miles and we are yet to discover its hidden delights!
We head back to the hotel where we are escorted to our room through a labyrinth of corridors. We ...
... and a couple of plants. The entry is japanese style with a lower area where you take off your shoes and leave them and an upper area. The kitchen is small but adequate with a table and chairs. The lounge is also small with tatami mats, a low table and cushions on floor chairs. The bathroom and toilet are both also down stairs but in Japanese style they are in different places. The bathroom is very small but also japanese style with 2 rooms. The ...