Japan Back Street Exploring (Part 2)

As I mentioned in the first Japan Back Street Exploring post, I have many wonderful photos, memories, and experiences of traveling the lesser trod (by foreigners) streets of Japan.

Here are some more back street shots from both Kobe, Osaka and Kyoto, Japan.


A quiet back street in the Tsukamoto District of Osaka, Japan near the Yodo River. Some might consider this a relatively lower-class area, but the residents took great pride in maintaining its tidy appearance.
The same back alley that was shown in Part 1 of this series. This alley is located under and next to the Hankyu/JR Sannomiya Station train tracks in Kobe, Japan. This shot was taken from the other end of the alley.
A small takoyaki (octopus ball) stand near Hanshin Oishi Station in Kobe, Japan.
A back street in Kyoto, Japan.



The photographer/writer:

Kevin O’Shea is the host of the Just Japan Podcast. He is also the guy behind JustJapanStuff.com. Kevin is a Canadian IB/PYP educator who lives in Beijing, China with his family. Kevin called Kobe, Japan home for 10 years. 

Follow him on Twitter: @madformaple

Instagram: @jlandkev

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Email: justjapanpodcast@gmail.com


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