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
... going to warm up in the Japanese Onsen, a selection of hot baths filled with natural hot springs and minerals. Wow if you love spas you would love this place although you have to go in naked!! Which was fine as it is single sex only! A great way to end the day and have a good chat and a warm up. Warm and relaxed we headed back to Osaka, a two hour drive. Yuki has a wicked nice Jeep which made the journey very comfortable compared to some or the crazy transport ...
... sup> floor of the tower sits a statue of Billiken, the god of good luck. Apparently if you rub his feet your wish will be fulfilled. Annoyingly there was such a huge queue of people trying to get a bit of Billiken we could not get close, no good luck wishes for us :o( The views from the tower were really quite cool and I especially liked the fact that it is right next to the local zoo and you could see Zebra’s wondering around their enclosure. The ...
... 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.
... on the door and we watched a storming gig. They really are one of the best live bands in the world and the Japan crowd are a tough nut to crack. Its not that they aren't massive fans too, they are just much more undemonstrative than us Westerners. They politely clap and never fill the silences in tracks with cheering (I did that instead :) But I'm not for a moment doubting their devotion to this band, they knew all the words to even the oldest songs.