Salad, rakkyo, chicken curry -- perfect!
My camera couldn't quite capture the aromatic steam.
There are so many good curry places in Kobe, both Indian-style and Japanese-style.
The best curry in Kobe may be found here:
Whenever I go back to Kobe, I want to eat: udon, yakiniku, curry, waffles.
This time I had the curry and waffles.
Take a whiff of these waffles:
Kobe is famous for its baked goods; these include Manneken waffles.
On the other side of the partition, you can see them going into the iron
as mucousy blobs. They come out like this! I got strawberry and chocolate.
Where else can you get an airport breakfast like this?
First one to identify all the food (10 items) on the tray wins a prize.
Smell the flowers
Kobe is also famous for its pudding ("pureen")
Smell of nostalgia: Hyogo Foreign Students Dormitory (2 years)
and the nearby North Korean Elementary/Junior High School
that used to blast me out of bed with Souza-like marches at
Hankyu Kasuganomichi Station: the narrowest train
platform in the world? It appeared in a dream to me
as narrow as a diving board. I had to go back and check.
Coco Ichiban isn't bad either
You know it's good when you forget to take the picture.
Terrance had the squid salad as well.
Smell of falls (RIP, Komatsu Noriyuki).
Up Rokko Mountain: Steep! Smell of traction.
Living in a torch of green
To be continued...