Chapter 33 : Late 19th & Early 20th Century Europe Inside Japan’s Kitanochō, Kobe

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So rich with history! It felt like stepping back into the late 19th and early 20th century of Western Europe. Yet, it still had a touch of Japan. The buildings, rooftops and street view were surprisingly beautiful and kept extremely clean as if it was a movie set. The air was fresh and the colours around were beaming with radiance. Seeing another side of Japan really made me feel it was all worth the hike. The area was quiet although the higher you go, the more tourists you’ll see, especially around the trumpet playing statue. That was mid-point to where most people wanna chill. The last photo was a favourite of mine, the 3D wall painting captured my heart, especially when it’s a cat who grabs his top-hat and the lady in pink is so pretty!

✈Osaka: Check in starts in 6 days. . .

✈Fukuoka: Check in starts in 80 days. . .

—Tofu

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