Check out Carol’s Examiner.com article to share in her tasting of the Kobe Steak experience
True Japanese Kobe steaks are an extremely uncommon find in the United States.
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On the opposite side of Osaka than Kyoto, is the old port city of Kobe. Many might remember the Great Hanshin Earthquake of 1995, which destroyed areas of the city and toppled sections of its elevated highway. 374 more words
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So I was absolutely set on blogging bi-weekly. But then my back issues happened and I got busy learning Korean, teaching my kids, going to Japan… 897 more words
The Fat Corner
One of the latest addition to the uber hip Senopati area is Sake +, which sounds preett close to the famous Vin +, located in Plaza Senayan – only because they belong to the… 427 more words
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Our original plan was to visit Hiroshima Peace Museum, eat some Okonomiyaki & oysters, visit Himeji Castle, and then have dinner in Kobe for Kobe beef. 794 more words
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Calling all Veterans here in the U.S. of A.. . .today is the day for you to feel the respect and gratitude that we have for your past service. 128 more words
…are good for you–JAAAA!
Here we are makin’ the scene at Takashi on Hudson Street in the West Village of Manhattan, New York City. This ain’t no typical “scene” though. 211 more words
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