Hotel ISAGO Kobe
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Kobe
... interested in the history of the
Pacific War, one of the other guys is also named Tom Jones. This is
planning a tour when we get to the southern islands.
lectures on many topics connected both directly and indirectly with
the places we visit on this trip. We have several presentation that
give interesting insight to China, and the special economic area of
are almost gone, the ...
... wooden building in the world had incense burning throughout. Inside of the Temple is a wooden beam with a hole near the
floor. It is believed that if someone
can crawl through the hole, that they will have a life of good luck. I challenged Victor, and he reluctantly
accepted. After emptying his pockets he
crawled in to the hole. As his head came
through the 2 foot beam he got stuck at his shoulders. He did persist and made his way out to a ...
... their travelling stories. Lots of Ozzies and asians. I've not met nearly as many brits as I was expecting to though.
As it was Toru'slast night we wanted to eat pancakes so around 9pm we headed outto check out a German christmas market, took a lift up 39 floors of a nearby skyscraper to get a view of the city and hunted down Hroshima style pancakes. Again I wouldn't have even known I could go into this little place le alone known what they made not a spot of English anywhere. We ...
... shopping arcade (main shopping street, lined with various stores and restaurants), Chinatown (南京町 nankinmachi), which used to be a settlement of Chinese merchants, but now is turned into a Japanised tourist attraction (Maran was not impressed with the lack of authentic Chinese signs, food and people) and harbourfront Meriken Park with an ...
... block (I counted 6 on my 8 min walk to school!), whereas I didnt really notice them that common in Japan. In both countries obesity is rare due to healthier diets and active lifestyles, and japanese are famous for their longevity.
Korean is by far the easiest of the asian language scripts to learn, I wouldnt even know where to start with Japanese or Chinese!. Also they like to bow a lot more than koreans. At restaurants when ...