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... not far from the china town. The port at night looks so calm and quite, beautifully colored by some night shops at the other side of the port. I wondered how it would be like during the day time as I didnt see any ship or boat here (perhaps they all hidden in the dark). After taking a fresh breeze and a few shots, we walked back to the train station, departed for Osaka. We checked in at St. Regis again for the night. Enjoyed warm shower and looked forward to Nara trip ...
... The castle is a huge wooden structure built from Japanese Cedar and Plum wood and is lavishly decorated with artwork by Kano. It is just as you expect a Japanese "royal" residence to look – simply furnished with elaborate art work and sliding wall screens.
Our second visit was to Kinkaku known as the Golden Palace which is a Buddhist Hall built on three levels and richly decorated in gold leaf. It was used as a Buddhist temple and also used by the Emperor ...
... le syndrome Kawaii n'est pas vraiment visible ici. Peut-être est-ce plus visible à Tokyo... Ici les gens sont plutôt simples et ... normaux. Pas d'écolières en rose hystérique. Je me suis donc dite qu'il était temps que je fasse le point sur mes clichés.
OUI : les gamins sont trognons. Vraiment TROP mignons. Que dois-je pour en avoir un à moi? Parce que je comprends bien que d'en prendre un dans la ...
... quicker. Truthfully I was a little disappointed when it was time to touch down.
Last time we came through Kansai airport it was an absolute nightmare. See my 2008 blog for details. It was hot, humid, stupidly busy, frustrating and unpleasant. An insane footrace from the plane to the gates with all of the other non-Japanese, to be met by very slow officials who took an eternity to process each passenger. Icing on ...
... picture, need I say more.
Memorial Park: Kobe was the site of a major earth quake, which wrecked large parts of the city. The top picture shows a part rebuild in its honor along with preserved damage. The damage showed the power of earth quakes as it literally spilt concrete feet thick, but also that rebuilding is possible. It will serve as a role model for the long task left before Tohoku. The city has a very new feel with few ...
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