As mentioned in a previous post, our last destination in Japan was Kobe and Seaside Hotel Maiko Villa was where we spent the night. It is a beautiful resort overlooking the Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge and Akashi Strait and everything about our stay here screamed seaside vacation. View Post
Arima Onsen, Kobe Port Tower, Kobe beef, Mount Rokko, Shin-Kobe Ropeway, Chinatown, sake breweries – these aren’t the only attractions Kobe has to offer. View Post
Hello Kobe! Not Kobe Bryant. Kobe. One of the ten biggest cities in Japan. View Post
Having spent three amazing days in Kyoto, we left the city and embarked on a spiritual journey to Kinosaki Onsen.
Following up from ≪In the Streets of Kyoto Part 1≫, on the second morning of our stay in Kyoto, I had a kimono rental appointment at ≪Yume Yakata≫, which was within the same block as our hotel. That was fantastic because I noticed that in Kyoto, we had to take the bus or subway and this kinda bummed me out a little because I really think you can see so much more of the city on foot.