Hotel Plaza Kobe
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... in Japan, showing pictures of his own trip to Tokyo on the Shinkansen and teaching us Japanese. The drunk guy kept apologising for not speaking English, but we were quick to apologise for not speaking Japanese - we were after all in his local bar. As the night wore on, we found a way of communicating, as one does after a few beers. The drunk guy was soon pouring beers for me - it seemed that rounds were out of favour in Japan and the etiquette ...
... were staying just around the corner from the centre of town where hundreds of restaurants were located. Each had their neon lights glowing in every colour imaginable. We wandered over to Dotonbori street, also full of restaurants, but here the lights were even more impressive. Huge crabs sat above restaurants with moving legs all lit up, dragon models weaving their way along building walls, again all lit up, and a vast wall of ...
... mashed manually to make moto, with the men singing a carefully timed song to stay in rhythm and to break down the rice by the correct amount. Finally steamed rice, koji and moto are mixed together, pressurised and after 30 days they squeeze out the fresh sake. The drink itself comes in over 10 different forms including sparkling sake and cask aged sake and is drunk at all temperatures from 5 to 55 degrees Celsius! After exploring the sake making displays ...
2 March - 6 March
Five days at sea - nothing exciting to report
.Thursday 7 February - Osaka
We docked really early in the morning and once again we had a superb view from our balcony - a beautiful suspension bridge and a large Ferris wheel with lots of pods.
Immigration took quite a while - we were photographed and finger printed but still managed to get to our tour bus on ...
... amazing!! It was my first time to try real Japanese sushi. After we finished eating, we went to a place where Sanami used to play when she was little. It was called, "（石舞台ࡣ 6;墳）いし| 06;たい.” It was very hot, so it was nice to rest under that rock for a bit. After that, we went to a statue that resembled a turtle called, ”(亀石）か ...