Travel Blogs from Kobe
... as a show or a concert. The ingredients were meticulously sliced, grilled and mixed on a hot table, transferred to the plates and thoroughly enjoyed. The beef definitely deserves its fame and its steep price tag, it's so juicy and tender, it nearly melts in your mouth, leaving a rich deep taste. The lunch was wonderful and it was an unforgettable experience for both stomach and heart ...
... last year, the train seats are very warm, which is good when you forget your damn puffy jacket!
· They have women only carriages (but most don’t seem to follow this and it is packed with men also)
· When you travel through the countryside, the peoples houses are on one side of the street, then there is a road and then long lines of clothes lines where they hang their washing and then there is the train ...
Kobe greeted us with news of the 8.8M earthquake that happened earlier that day while we were contentedly walking the Akihabarra district in Tokyo. The other guests in our hotel in Kobe were crowded around the television in the foyer as news of the destruction was being shown on every channel. But despite the mayham in the north of Japan we had a lovely time in Kobe, starting with a tour of a Sake museum and brewery ...
... br> Osaka is the only place we've been to compare with Tokyo for use of neon. In some ways it is more striking because although Tokyo has many centres, Osaka has one big shopping and entertainment district that was packed with people all day and night. The dressed-up crowds strolling around at night with all the bright shopfronts and neon signs and adverts were particularly impressive. The other difference here is that while Tokyo ...
... that was on... I don't remember. It was that memorable, and my feet hurt that much, apparently. As did my legs from all the walking the day before.
After that session, I braved the narrow back streets of Osaka to find a drugstore and a genuine grocery store, and bought the best food I've eaten since I've been here: watermelon, hot rice, and some kind ...
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