Hotel ISAGO Kobe
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... you are looking at. Let's just put this out there because I fear I am starting sound repetitive , unless indicated otherwise everything we look at is only described in Japanese! After the brewery and Sake tasting, oh yes at the end of the tour we did get to taste about 6 different types of sake....why else would we do the tour? It's an acquired taste but ok. Back on the ship for lunch and regroup before heading into the city precinct on the shuttle ...
... covered in gold leaf and the bottom painted gold. Hopefully the pictures show the beauty of this World Heritage building.
We went on to Shoguns Temple, where pictures were not allowed inside the building, it has stood since the 1300s. Ivor was able to relive his James Cavell’s novels there! After a meal (five courses) at the Hyatt Hotel in Kyoto we visited a Shrine where people go to make ...
9 February 2013 – Day 50
Our last day in Japan! So sad to be
leaving but we will be back! We had to get to the airport super early
and didn't want to catch a taxi, so we took full advantage of the
underground shopping/subway walkways and trudged the 1.6km with the
30kg ski bag and 30kg suitcase. Despite the -10 C weather outside, we
built up a fair sweat by the time we arrived! We made ...
... These pushy deer had surrounded them and were biting at her skirt because they wanted to crackers so badly. Tho two of them were giggling and screaming and one girl tried to lure the deer away from her friend but then she got cornered. It was quite amusing to see what we would soon get ourselves into. The deer were adorable and their antlers so soft. They would bow to you repeatedly until you fed them, some more pushy then others. We think they learned to bow ...
... no actual count,
it has been stated that there are more vending machines in Japan than there are citizens of New Zealand. The
other thing I’ve noticed is that eating out seems to be the national past
time. People love to eat out here as
evidenced by the sheer numbers of eating establishments. Just in Tokyo, at last count there were in excess of
As we were leaving