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Our Last Stop In Kobe And Osaka, Japan

ON THE SIXTH AND LAST DAY OF THE CONDUCTED TOUR, we visited a few places at one go... We went to Kobe Port, Kobe Harbourland, China Town and Earthquake Museum and Osaka Castle, our last stop.  After dinner, it was time to bade goodbye to the other 24 passengers in the bus.  The six of us stayed back in Osaka for another three days on our own free and easy tour.

Lunch at Kobe Port Fish Market Restaurant.... 
Buffet Lunch...
Outside the restaurant... overlooking the port... 
My Heavy Head... 
Chinatown at Kobe.... 
So many types of food... 
Wish I could try a bit of everything...
Kobe Beef too!
Just advertising.... no, I didn't go in... 

Osaka Castle... 
Cherry Blossom from near.....
From the nearest angle..... 
My Cherry Blossom Poses...
before leaving for the last stop at Shinsaibashi....
Yes, this is the biggest shopping area in Osaka...
That is why we stayed back for three days to "roam" around here....
After this day, we were on our own... 
Ramen... oh Ramen....


Comments

  1. The Chinatown! So much to eat. Haha.

    Cherry blossom is so lovely. Good that you guys stay for few more days. Light and easy sounds good to explore more places on your own.

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    1. Yes, since we are there already.. might as well..

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  2. Your photos are so colourful and exciting with all the Sakura blooms. I have not visited Kobe and have excuse to do so now.

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    1. You are very familiar now with Japan, I am sure... My next visit will be Hokkaido.. if God is willing..

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  3. Good that 6 of you extended your stay in osaka to enjoy the place.

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  4. The last group of photos is the most beautiful with the cherry blossoms

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  5. I am eyeing all that variety of food! The cherry blossoms are so pretty. Lucky you get to see them in real life!

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  6. Have eaten, but the foods makes my mouth itchy...

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  7. So cute, you - the tower on your head!

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  8. So shiok! I also want to go japan

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  9. I think everyone is really fascinated to Japan, including me and i noticed that almost countries in the world have their own China town. The photos you have got me, esp the streets foods! NOmNOM!

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    1. Yeah, I wish I could try a bit of this and that... no more space in stomach!

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  10. Love the street scenes. Hahaha that is a tall hat on your head! So nice that you get to see the cherry blossoms.

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