DanaI needed to separate my whole USJ experience review because I also have a lot to say about my exciting experience in the other rides of USJ other than the HP ones. I loved the Minions. Yes, I am no longer a kid, but I was still very excited to meet the life-sized minions. Their dance during the Finale show was so much fun! The Spiderman Ride was my absolute favorite because of how accurately interactively 3D it was. The hollwood dream ride was also fun. They have both front-faced and backdrop for the Hollywood Dream ride. I think the Backdrop one is more challenging than the one we tried. I especially enjoyed the Shark ride as well. Overall, USJ made me geniunely happy in 1 day. I basically forgot all of my problems that day, and that's thanks to USJ. ♥️
E35***38if you are into castles and architecture, you should visit himeji castle. The wonders of how they build during that era is amazing and one wonders how they even came up with the idea for the structure. Warning, be prepared to climb vertical stairs... like 45 degrees with low ceiling. Overall, it was a beautiful experience.
Koh Love this place. This is my second trip here and I try to make it an annual trip. The whole area is simply so relaxing and beautiful. Try their gold onsen, it's good for your skin. You can see many local Japanese old aunties travel all the way here every week for skinbeauty treatment through soaking themselves in the onsen. It's known that during the olden days, only the emperor or the royal family members can enjoy the gold onsen.
vivienvivienKobe port was one of the most important industrial and commercial ports in Japan, and it was a foreign country in the Meiji period. The Port Tower, the Ocean Museum and the Mosaic Ferris Wheel are the landmarks of the Port.
Koh I love Kitano area. It's so nice and artzy to wak around. The East meets West old building made me spent almost the whole day exploring this area. I've found some wonderful café and restaurant for my meal too. It's an unforgettable sweet memory for me.
Travel + LeisureLongest Suspension Bridge SpanLength: 6,532 ft.Before this steel behemoth bridged the Akashi Strait that separates Kobe from Iwaya, severe storms in the area would routinely sink ferries. Not that the world’s longest suspension bridge has it any easier: every day, 23,000 cars pass over a structure that must withstand earthquakes (a 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit in 1995), consistently strong tidal currents (9 knots), and wind gusts up to 179 mph. Completed in 1998, the record-setting central span 213 feet above the sea makes up over half its total 12,831-foot length; by comparison, the Golden Gate’s central span is only 4,200 feet. For an up-close-and-personal (and gut-dropping) view, bridge tours take visitors to the top of one of the towers.