Apple’s post about her trip to Kansai continues. 🙂
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Kobe is a very beautiful place.
If you are there, you may notice something slightly different about it.
Firstly, if you go to Osaka first, then to Kobe, you can immediately feel the difference.
The first thing you are going to notice is probably the cleanliness and the buildings of the city. It has many beautiful buildings, especially if you go to Kitano-cho, where you can see all the Western-style residences from the 19th century!
And then the second thing you are going to notice is the fashion sense of everybody there!
Now, I have to tell you, this is the only time I have dressed in a terrible manner when I’m in Japan. Hahaha!
I didn’t know it would be this cold when I went, and all I had were thin-material Spring clothes with me. The stores all sold Spring clothes too, and I was freezing all the time because I couldn’t buy any warm, thick jackets!
My thickest outer was this Rilakkuma outer, and that was what I wore most of the time when I needed to spend lots of time in the outdoors when I was in Japan.
I looked ridiculous but it kept me warm, so I wore it. Also, when I was in Osaka, it was no problem. Everyone dressed any way they like. I didn’t feel any stress for dressing in a ridiculous manner.
Then I went to Kobe, dressed in the same way too. My friend drove us around so I didn’t feel it immediately.
But when we got down the car and went down the streets…
I wanted to die.
All around me were superbly well-dressed people.
From young students to the old people. I wonder how the heck can a city produce every single person who dress so well!
Hello I’m from Kobe and I’m stylish and I know it.