1706 Arimacho Kitaku, Kobe, Hyogo, Kinki, 651-1401, Japan | Ryokan
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Travel Blogs from Kobe

Letters Home from Japan Day 7

A travel blog entry by crashvic37


... br> and blessings of various deities and gods.
They ask for and receive blessings of priests and holy men. Perhaps we should seek to celebrate that
which we have in common and bless that which we don’t understand or agree. I don’t know.
Just a thought.

At 5:30 this morning, I heard strange noises outside
of the open window next to my bed. There
would be a few minutes of a strange ...

We're in JAPAN!

A travel blog entry by vwuertz


... to the Shinto Shrine. It has been raining this morning and it continues to rain when we get to the shrine. Yuzo explains the difference between Shintoism and Buddhism. Shintos focus on this world. They focus on health and life, making money, eating and drinking. They have no doctrine, no writings, no statutes…just nature. They focus on practice, not dogma. When they pray in a shrine, they go in and call the gods by clapping their ...

And that's Kobe

A travel blog entry by hugeinjapan


... here than they were in Kyushu which was really nice. Cherry trees are everywhere!

For dinner we went to an izakaya and then out for karaoke. My friend is leaving Japan because of the nuclear disaster and it was her going away party. We did karaoke for 3 hours! There were around 30 of us. It was crazy. I've haven't seen that many foreigners in one place since I was in the Vancouver airport way back in August. I think I had a little bit of a reverse culture ...

Kobe : Tatar Mosque, Colonial Homes, Osaka Castle

A travel blog entry by londone7

As I'm uploading these blogs a day at a time just a week after my trip, Japan has been hit by a massive 8.9 magnitude quake. We are getting live footage on CNN International and Japan TV of helicopters watching the waves hit and submerge vast areas. There are people standing on top ...

Turning Japanese

A travel blog entry by longwayround


... a Jazz Alley type venue. I’ve always been impressed with Japan’s sense of cool. It seems like they often pick up on the rare groove/jazz/funk think that I like so much even before I do – even though the acts I like are often coming out of New York or London. Now, The Manhattans haven’t been cutting edge for almost 50 years, but it says something that they are touring Japan, but you probably won’t be seeing them in Seattle anytime soon.

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