Kobe Kitano Hotel
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... meet her daughters Hitomi and Haruka and her husband Sugimoto. While the restaurant was very nice and the food great the big surprise was how well both sisters and mothers got along. I'm sure both oil and water claimed responsibility for making the evening peaceful by keeping it non-confrontational (I know Mo did), but whatever the case we all had a nice time. Hitomi was charming and Marina had a great time getting to know her new cousins. Another great day in ...
... ve had the chance to met some more seasoned travellers who have told me all about their own adventures so I've got plenty of ideas for next time. Anyway now it is the to say goodbye to Osaka and head on to my next destination, the ancient city of Nara. Ill be staying with a local couple who are hosting me on the condition that I do not speak any English during my stay. It's time to put my Japanese to the text. Lets hope they understand ...
... avoided catching my eye. Fortunately I knew roughly which direction I needed to take. I do have a compass with me, by chance, and am now thinking that it will be more useful in town than on the country.
Eventually when I thought I was somewhere near my hotel I spotted a corner bar, very small with only two seats in it, but 5 people, one behind the bar, just about taking up the whole space (no, not the one behind the bar). These were the first people I had seen for some ...
... pong would commence. So what is it all about? This ancient tradition is actually very simple: one bows (more like a nod) 15% to say excuse me or thank you, a rather sweet acknowledgement that is really very charming. One bows at an angle of 30% to say thank you very much for being a customer of ours/spending money with us, so this is the bow for a business meeting should you need to know. And finally, there is the much more extreme ...
... inspiring Quentin Tarantino when he was in Japan researching Kill Bill. He decided to build a set that looked almost the same for the main fight scenes. I am a huge fan of the Kill Bill movies so this was a bit of a pilgrimage for me. It did look instantly recognisable so we took a few photos and had a bite to eat.
After Gonpachi we thought we'd try our luck at a gig venue which was hosting a sold out National gig. We were lucky, they had ...