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Travel Blogs from Kobe
... up feeling quite ill after eating a large portion of it. It's truly one of those splurge experiences in life that you'd only want to do on certain occasions, lest your heart burst with clogged arteries.
Not having done any research into specific restaurants prior to arriving in Kobe, we simply wandered around in search of some good eats, something that would normally be risky in a place like Kobe - being so famous for its beef, it was entirely possible that the ...
... but is grey and black. We
couldn’t refuse and bought her for 50 kuai (about $7.50). She is a little shy but is adapting to the
house quickly. Her name, naturally, due
to her pattern and the "m" theme, is Mackerel.
Her and Mustard get along well enough and I’m sure will become great
friends over time. Unfortunately, her
health is not quite as good and will have to go to the vet this week but should
In the final day in Kobe we finally got a chance to try the marvelous world-renowned Kobe beef! Mark (my co-supervisor) and a few more conference attendees headed to a nearby steak restaurant to try the beef. Maran, me and several guys from the conference followed them as well. The beef was grilled on a hot table (teppanyaki) by an Italian chef. Maran took a video of the whole process, which was ...
... placed known for its mechanized displays, many many restaurants and of course many other shops. There we had super super delicious Okonomiaki, which is some egg'based omelett kinda thing with veggies and sealiving creatures and other good ingredients.
Then we walked through the shopping streets and went on a high building to enjoy the view from the top. On the way there we stopped in a shop that would be probably my favorite or 2nd most ...
... remember in Kyoto, they stand on the left and let people walk up and in Osaka and Kobe they stand on the right – go figure!!!
On their trains, there isn’t a single mobile phone ringing and they certainly don’t speak on them in the train, in fact, there is no speaking and if there is, it is in hushed whispers so its really really quiet on all trains – so different to the Brisbane trains where you cant hear yourself think sometimes with ...