Iho Business Inn

Address: 1-9-23 Ihominatomachi, Takasago, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 676-0072, Japan | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by chowgate on Sep 20, 2014

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... expat club that John and Kate belonged to when they lived in Kobe. We also walked past the place where the Howgate's flat used to be. We had Indian for dinner at a restaurant which seemed like a student-type place, and it had the absolute best naan we'd ever had. Sunday we took an early train to Himeji where we met an old colleague of John's, the Kurasakas. Mr Kurasaka drove us to his house where we met Mrs Kurasaka. He spoke a little ...

Sake Brewery (Kobe Shushin-kan)

A travel blog entry by nikinike on Jan 14, 2010

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... sake-brewing center at that time, with around 80 sake breweries. It is still regarded as the biggest sake-producing region in Japan-it gains about 30% share of the Japan's sake (nihon-shu) production-even though the number of breweries has fallen to around 30.

The Nada Gogo is home to the five sake-producing areas in the region: Nishi-go, Mikage-go, Uozaki-go, Nishinomiya-go and Imazu-go. The ...


A travel blog entry by nikinike on Dec 29, 2009

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... who drew the good luck omikuj take them home with them. We recommend that you keep it regardless of whether it has a good or bad outcome, to maybe refer back to it throughout the year as a guideline for your life.

Unfortunately, Omikuji written in English or other languages are often limited to famous sightseeing spots. Please refer to the following Wikipedia hotlink to understand the contents of your Omikuji:


A travel blog entry by trixynoden on Feb 19, 2009

... We picked up a couple of bottles for the evening too (when in Rome...) Sake found, this left just the small challenge of finding a Kobe beef dinner. Unfortunately, it seems you have to pay through the nose for this (around 60GBP) which was a little beyond our budget. So we gave up and cheered ourselves up with a Japanese bath back at the hostel. Oh and the sake of ...

First conference day down...

A travel blog entry by hgaynor on May 21, 2008

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... Because it was low-hanging fruit. Q: Why are cranes a symbol for Japan? A: Because monkeys also fall from trees. You get the idea! It was really funny, especially because we had so many different types of people in culture and in business role. Today we had 3 VPs from Swagelok, 2 regional directors, 5 distributor principals, the managing director of our Japanese operations, all of our Japanese marcoms, 5 corporate marcoms from Solon, 2 from China and ...