Travel Blogs from Kobe
... is mostly reserved for politicians and criminals, it is the apology bow.
Now we knew the bowing protocol, it was time to see real Japan. Osaka is the third largest city, they do a lot of laughing down here as they are famous for their humour, seafood and drinking. We took a train from the airport and soon realised that we were on an island, specifically made for the airport by land reclamation.
... camera - i bought a japanese charger.
i thing oren will do the seder. although i am out of space and time, no israelis here, also not many foreigners, i will thing of you
the y.his almost empty - only an australiian girl in my room. i am lucky there is a japanese woman- about 40 years old- staying here who knows much english and tells me about life here
i am fine - my leg are well, and i got used to japan
have a nice seder and hag
... a lot of pictures of those as well. Many more The rest of the photos just give you a general idea of what else I've seen. When I get back home though I will have to optimize them all, especially the ones that are oversaturated ;( Denden Town Denden Town is the Tech area for your every need in Osaka. I don't have many photos of this place since it wasn't really a spectacular sight! There ...
... rocketman" store because of the robot-looking cutout in front of it. The store has everything from furniture to kokeshi dolls to expensive Japanese vases. There's even a life-sized statue of Marilyn Monroe in the famous white dress from The Seven Year Itch. After looking around there, we went to another resale store that buys used clothes, shoes, electronics, and furniture. It's similar to Plato's Closet. The only down side...the Japanese are a ...
... from mulled wine to waffles with ice cream and hot cocoa.
We then headed to the famous area of Shinsaibashi to people watch, have coffee and see the Running Man sign. The streets were bustling with people, but once 11:00p.m. came around, most people had made their ways indoors either home or in night clubs that we didn't know about at the time. The streets of Japan grow very quiet, ...