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
... built in the 16th century and was in fact the whole city of Osaka which was very interesting. The current castle dates from 1931 as it has been plagued by fires throughout the ages and although not as large as the original it is one of Japan's most famous castles. One of the walls is built of the largest piece of stone found in Japan!
From the castle we went to Sumiyosha Taisha Shrine, one of Japan's ...
... foot and leg rests, slippers and drinks provided, and seats that could be reclined almost like beds! Ok it wasn't the most comfortable night ever, but it wasn't too bad either, we got some sleep and woke up to a beautiful (and cold! 10 degrees compared to the 25 in Taipei...) day in ...
... where we'd been before so we knew what was going on there. We ate and talked about last two weeks here in Japan. After we paid we realised that we had only 343 yens left (not even £3), luckily we had our rail passes so we safely returned to our hotel room in Osaka where we packed our luggage and went to bed.
Alarm set up for 6am. At 7am breakfast in hotel restaurant and at 7.48am airport express from Osaka station.
... 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.