Travel Blogs from Kobe
... usual groups of school
children were well represented. We again
posed for pictures with them.
We went back to Osaka for a final goodbye. We went again to Shin Saibashi shopping
district. Victor visited a favorite
action figure store and after that, we enjoyed a free Crispy Crème donut,
before dinner. We’d actually stopped at
the Crispy Crème store earlier, only to discover lines of ...
... curious foreigners we are, we had to take a look. A couple hundred meters down, ten men or so were standing by the waters edge. A police boat was in the water too. They were trying to pull something out of the water. It was this big white thing. I didn't have my glasses on so I zoomed in with my camera. To our surprise...it was a dead body! Oh my god!
We crossed the bridge because we saw a sign for a ...
... get to live another day!!!
Onto the sake brewery and museum (walking around and around as the sake brewery takes up about 4 blocks of this town and we couldn’t find the entrance). It was so interesting – I never really knew how they actually made sake out of rice other than they made sake out of rice! The different stages are amazing:
Rice is washed and steam-cooked. This is then mixed with yeast and koji (rice cultivated with a mold ...
... the road and she told me to go in the side entrance. This was built in art deco 1930s style and I was amazed. They have all the original mouldings and lamps still there. They also had a map from after the war and surprisingly the mosque is the only building in the vacinity ...
... running toward the bus,iwas crying with laughter as mark had just opened his precious grape fanta and as he ran it was spilling and he was helpless....you probably had to be there.
At the station were ppl dressed up in crazy costumes which was nice.
We then caught a Train to fushimi inari taisha with big red gates like on the cover of that geisha film,anyone seen that geisha film?no me neither no idea what this place was about but here were hundred of red gates and ...