First, I went to Osaka. Osaka was a big, young and noisy city, somewhat alike Tokyo. I think it would be fun to live in Osaka, because the food is great and people are said to be really friendly.
|Takoyaki - Osaka's most famous food|
|A corner of Osaka city|
|I went to Osaka castle|
|Said goodbye to Osaka city|
Next I went to Kobe. It took about 30 minutes by train from Osaka to Kobe.
Kobe is called a "Western city", because in the past there were a lot of foreigners went to Kobe port, lived there and left behind Western style architecture.
|Kobe port. It was breathtaking, this scene|
|Ferris-wheel : my love|
|I got on it yaaa >0<|
|view from Ferris-wheel.|
|love the lights|
Next day I went to other places in Kobe like Mount Rokko and visited Kobe center streets.
I like Kobe. It brought me the feeling of peace and somehow the image of a mature city.
|A crape store|
|Mediterrasse is just a shopping mall. But the outside architecture is really cute|
On the last day I went to Kyoto. It was sakura's full-blossom that time. I have to admit that I really love Kyoto. If I have chance to go to Kyoto again, I would love to go in Spring or Autumn. It must be really beautiful.
|In Gion street|
|They were said to be "experiencing Maiko girls". So I bet they were not real Maiko girls|
|Let's see how a real Maiko is. She is a real Maiko|
|She is amazing...|
Finally, before saying goodbye to Kyoto, I went seeing sakura with my teacher. What I realized is that Sakura at night is also great *love*
The end >_<
Goodbye Kobe, Osaka, Kyoto. I swear I would go back to Kansai again someday. *heart*
From a traveling-lover with love.