Kobe Plaza Hotel
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... br> The brewery is quite nice with a lot of old tools and explanations on how they where used ... sadly mostly in Japanese. Taking pictures is difficult because of the dim lighting.
The sake tasting was a bit of a surprise. One can actually taste how much the rice has been polished before brewing. :-/ Well, well, well, who would have thought.
As I go I get a sake ice cream to go. Nice.
Steps / strides today: 10434
... meet them as I'd heard so much about them! We headed into the city to meet her friends at one of the big city stations. Nat had told the girls to choose a spot to eat that they liked. Not all of the girls spoke english but two of them spoke pretty good english so we got by with their translations back and forth. They took us to this really cool place. You had to ride a lift to get there and it was full of little private rooms. Our room was for us ...
... a bit found a Japanese restaurant that was sufficiently Japanese that we had to remove our shoes and place them in lockers, sat in our own little cubicle and had a sunken table with its own hot plate, but most importantly still had a menu with pictures and a little English. I had a great Japanese style pancake filled with squid and noodles. Dianne had curried pork fried rice and Caitlin had noodles with chicken.
not totally aimless were my wanderings,i did have a plan to walk to osaka castle, it cant be that far.Well it was but i got side tracked anyways by one of tennoji's slopes beconing -"walk up here" it said and at the top i was rewarded with a beautifull shrine . It had tori gates and foxes and a contankerous droopy eared cat.the workmanship that went into the ...
Here we are at the start of our new contracts!! (The Japan school year begins in April.) It's been busy figuring them out, and as I begin to write this.. I'm realizing I have to head to work soon!
The hardest part for me is finding the school, getting to the right train on time, getting the connection on time, making sure it's the right connection, and finally finding the school once you've arrived at the station. ...