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... trip she was leaving for and Mike and I went to explore the city.
Our first, and really only, priority for the day was to find somewhere to eat some notorious Kobe beef. We were walking in a shopping area and I spotted a small restaurant that had a sign stating that they served Kobe beef so we got all excited and walked in. I ordered the "ladies lunch"Â which was a five-course lunch and ...
... a soft toy poo. We wasted a few hundred yen without much luck and then to make things worse the torrential rain had set in. The street that had been buzzing before was now abandoned, it’s residents huddling under the dripping awnings.
With no sign of it stopping, we edged our way along under the doorsteps to the nearest octopus ball shop and stopped there for a snack. After that, the rain had eased enough for us to explore under the covered streets. After a few ...
... take this stuff It's amazing! We didn't find any so Sam will pick up some up on Thursday after he works because that's where he first bought it.
The four of us stopped at the restaurant for lunch. It's kind of like a Japanese BBQ. They give you a try, tongs, plates, and sauce that tastes like teriyaki. Then you go in the back and pick out all the meat you want to cook. We picked sausages, bacon like meat that tastes like thin beef, ribs and ...
... cream cup). After that we came across some awesome birds of prey and chatted to an eagle for a while.
We then entered the aquarium which from the front, hid well the hoards of families who also had the bright idea to check out the whale shark on a Saturday morning. Nonetheless, excellent Japanese design meant that there was actually quite a lot of room to check out the exhibits, after the initial shock of being inside the same place as 5,000 ...
... the tatami matted dining room. The dinner was in private room with small garden area and one wall took up an incredibly beautiful screen.
Imagine scenes from "Memoirs of a Geisha". We were treated to a dinner that was a feast for all senses. Leisurely, we cherished and enjoyed each lovely dish. At one point Takeshi asked us what possesses us to do what we do. Michelle said: "we ...