Kobe Plaza Hotel
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... off to place my order. I looked around and saw I was the only non-Japanese in the place.
The meal @ 1050 Yen came promptly. It looked even better than the window display: a shrimp, a scallop and 2 small pieces of chicken (all tempura-style), miso soup, shredded cabbage, some sauces, a small steamed vegetable dish and a relish of some kind.
The woman had somehow figured out I was a Westerner, so she had served me ice water instead of the hot water she ...
... a quirkiness that is nothing short of fun. The gambling game of choice here is something called pachinko which is essentially a steel ball bearing cross between the kids game Kerplunk and pinball. How big is the pachinko business in Japan? Well, it employs a third of a million people (three times more than the steel industry) and it commands 40 percent of Japan's leisure industry, including restaurants and bars. The first thing you notice about these parlours ...
... reasons has no blades. An empty circle, which blows air into the room, as if it was a complete fan... Amazing! In all the countries I've visited, things looked and worked like in Europe (if at all they were available and worked). On this island however, the same development has taken place, but they have not looked around and copied, but invented their very own stuff... or they have looked around and immensly improved our ...
... The swells were very large and rocked the
boat considerably. It was difficult to
even walk around. I tried to eat dinner
but it quickly came back up. I brought
along a bottle of fine whisky but I couldn’t even begin to think about
drinking. I crawled into bed listening
to the creaking of the whole ship and hoped for smoother waters ahead.
I woke up early and the water was much calmer making for a
... all reflected nicely off the water. It was really pretty. Then we went for lunch at this little Japanese restaurant. After lunch we went to the Ginkakugi Temple, which is a World Cultural Heritage Site, and also a Zen Temple. There were more temples with Japanese painting etc. but my favorite part was seeing the view of the city from one of the peaks we climbed up to. All these gardens were really pretty with all kinds of trees and colors. Also the fresh smell of nature was nice ...