Hotel Sunroute Sopra Kobe
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... near as good as what we had today, which appeared to be prepared in a traditional style that highlighted the beef's unique and delicious characteristics. We were left in awe of this Divine Bovine, and the experience of dining at a Japanese steakhouse.
While Kobe is a neat city that is definitely nice to visit, it's worth coming here simply for the type of experience that we had at Ishida. Hell, it's worth coming all the way to Japan just to sample such fine ass ...
Today we decided to get food for breakfast from a nearby convenience store. As most things in Japan, the convenience store food was of great quality and everything looked so delicious! So, after some struggle and deliberation, we picked some food and ate it at the hostel. This option is cheap, fast and tasty, so it's definitely something to consider in the future :)
This time at the ...
... equivalent of a microwaveable TV dinner [check out the photo for proof that this country does everything better than England!]
On Tuesday we took the train to Namba and walked to Doguya-Suji Arcade, where the whole street is lined with shops selling everything you could possibly want/need/think of to put in a restaurant! They have hundreds of incredibly realistic plastic foods to buy (which are usually displayed in the windows of cafes and restaurants here) which on more ...
... to see the differences between Canadian schooling and Japanese schooling at this level. We finished off our day at school by having a chat with the school's pricipal over a cup of japanese green tea.
We decided to make our way to the airport as soon as we'd finished at the elementry school, even thoguh our flight wasn't until the following afternoon. It was a good thing we did too! every train heading in or out ...
... 11PM! It's nice too being able to interact with "the locals" finally! During training, it seemed we were stuck in an English World bubble! Getting into classrooms with the students gives us a chance to interact and learn from the Japanese. Some of the lessons really gear toward conversation and we've gotten advice on restaurants, shops even the Japanese tax system from our students! Transportation systems in Osaka are, for ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility