August 18, 2011

[Keihanshin] Before Trip

Kyoto (京都), Osaka (大阪), and Kobe (神戸). These three areas form a famous metropolitan region, Keihanshin (京阪神). This region is known to be full of historical and beautiful buildings mainly because that Kyoto was one of the most frequently used cities for capitals in Japanese history.

Although Tokyo (東京) is the current capital city of Japan, the said metropolitan region is still one of the most favourited places for tourism and habitation. Keihanshin is the second-most populated region in the entire Japan, right after Tokyo metropolitan.

My trip this time is to Japan's second most populated region. First our flight arrives at Kansai International Airport, and we will head directly to Kobe. The first stop would be Nara's Todaiji (奈良東大寺), then we will take another stop at Nara Park (奈良公園). In Nara Park, we would be able to feed deers (those deers are said to be not afraid of people...we will see =P).

I figured that saying too much would spoil the excitement of my deer...oops, dear readers, so I'm going to stop here (not because of my laziness!!!!!).

Follow my blog and I will keep you guys posted. The schedule of the trip is very intensive (and we have to wake up before 6 a.m. everyday just so we could finish the daily plans on time), I might not have enough energy to update the blog every night. However, eventually, you guys will see all the happiness I received from the trip =P be prepared to envy me! (please, don't hate me ><)

Hope you guys a nice day, and see you around!

Night View from the Above of Osaka Port


  1. You lucky poop you have fun in one of the most history and culture rich cities in japan!!!

    And I think you're just lazy XD

  2. LOL now i have to be lazy even if I dun want to...since we'll be moving around, if i carry my laptop with me it'll be too much trouble >< so I guess i'll have to update either on my phone (not desirable) or after i'm back (so late) LOL

  3. If I can write everyday on my phone so can you!!

  4. LOL no its too not colourful which keeps me away from doing it on phone >< look at my first post for an example :P