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Kobe’s China town and harbor

When making the trip to Kobe with a friend I was mostly looking forward to its China town, expecting to stuff myself with all kinds of dumplings, and this is exactly what we did.

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Crowds in China town

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Dumplings! Actually, I didn’t eat any at this stand. When I ate mine I was too busy to take any photos, with oil and soup and juices dripping all over me.

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Shaved ice with lemon syrup to cool off

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Stuffed and Resting

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Tsunami refuge information

From China town, we ventured towards the harbor. The port promenade is fun but is unfortunately cut off from the city by a huge street with a highway on two levels on top of it. It felt weird going from the town towards the sea and having to confront this enormous barrier.

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The wall

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Homeless people finding shelter under the highway

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Kobe Port Tower

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The port of Kobe

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The Tower again

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The port again

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Weissbier

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3 Comments

  1. annemarieengler says

    Sehr schöne Fotos!
    Dumplings und Weissbier. Schmeckt sicher gut.

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  2. Danke! Weißbier habe ich nur fotografiert, nicht getrunken. Ich stehe mehr auf Whisky!

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  3. annemarieengler says

    OK. Ich liebe die Weisswurst aus München mit Brezel und Senf! Und anschliessend ein wenig Mineralwasser.

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