Day 3 : Osaka – Kobe
A half an hour train ride from Osaka took us to our 3rd attraction of this journey, a Cosmopolitan, Fashion & Port City of Kobe.
“If u can’t go to Paris, go to Kobe”
– Japanese Phrase –
True indeed, the city is full of high end fashion boutique. U name it, they got it.
1st Pitstop : Nyanny Cat Cafe – cafe packed with cute, humango jumbo, fluffy but slightly shy feline.
Entrance fees: 1,000 yen for 1 hour (drinks sold separately)
Rules: u can pet the feline but feeding (outside food) /holding/cuddling is not allowed.
2nd Pitstop : Kobe Mosque – the only building which survived the bombing in Kobe City during the World War 2. Other structure surrounding this mosque was totally damaged. Allahu Akbar!.
Friendly Tips :
Lunch : 11am – 3pm
Dinner : 5pm – 830pm
Restaurant closed between 3pm – 5pm.
3rd Pitstop : Kobe Harbour.
There’s quite a number of attraction here such as the:
– Kobe Port Tower (they called it Ultraman Tower but i’m not sure coz i always thought that Ultraman is from Planet Ultra)
– Meriken Park
– Port of Kobe Earthquake Memorial Park
– Kobe Harbour Land
U can take the Kobe City Loop bus to get around the city for 660 yen per day.
4th Pitstop : Kobe Nunobiki Herb Gardens & Ropeway
Kindly note that the operating hours for the ropeway differs for weekdays and weekend.
Weekdays : 930 – 1645
Weekends : 930 – 2015 (1,400 yen round trip, 900 yen oneway tp xkan da naik xnk turun pulak kan?)
Night ticket only available during weekends starting from 1700 to 2100 (800 yen).
Lesson no 2. Read between the lines, else u only got to see the rope without the way.
– End of Day 3 –