Harborland, Kobe

After walking around the Todaiji temple in Nara, we all went down to Kobe for dinner. I’m so glad that we came to Kobe at night because it’s one of the most romantic places I’ve ever been. I fell in love with the lights at Harborland and the beautiful view of Kobe’s iconic landmark, the Kobe Port Tower alongside with the Kobe Maritime Museum. The capital city of Hyogo prefecture was so lovely that no one would ever think it got struck by a massive earthquake in 1995.

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Kobe made me realize that the equation to heaven is Kobe beef, a big mug of draft beer and a company of great friends.



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