Kobe is the sixth largest city in Japan and is not that far from Osaka. The two cities are well-connected by train in just 30 minutes. I took Hankyu Railway line from Osaka to Rokko Station. Many travel here just to taste the famed Kobe beef but the city has a scenic harbor and its own mountain which offers panoramic views across the region.
At 300m, this is one of the best vantage point for spectacular night views of Osaka.
Thinking of where is the best spot to catch a glimpse of a birds eye view of Osaka city?
Frozen in time from the early 20th century as you wander around the charming Shinsekai neighbourhood.
The Osaka Castle today is a symbol of the city’s pride. For first-time visitors to Osaka, this castle is an absolute must-see destination!
A Must-do in Osaka: Stroll along the busiest street of Dotonbori, feast on local food or strike a pose with the famous Glico running man.
Aside from Kyoto, Nara is also known for the richness and beauty of its temples. Japan’s first permanent capital is a compact city that is suitable for day trippin’ from either Osaka or Kyoto.
Kyoto Station is not like any ordinary train station in Japan. Here’s what you can do to kill time while waiting for your train.