Tags » Kobe Beef

Eating Japanese Food in Japan

Kobe Beef at Steakland: Not Life-Changing, but Worth a Trip

Vegetarians. Back slowly away from this post. I can’t promise what will happen to you if you don’t…

Because you can’t really call what we ate in Kobe, something as simple as steak. 871 more words


Kobe Beef Luncheon- the top 1.8% of Tajima cows

I want to be Italian. I hated potatoes as a kid and was fed endless amounts of pasta as a result. Italian food is wonderful.  And Italians know just how to make the ingredients sing. 1,983 more words


Golden: Kobe- Hot Springs, Hot Beef, Cold Beer

I was lucky that the end of April brought a bit of a cold snap. It gave me perfect justification for spending half the day up at the Arima Onsen. 1,281 more words


Eating our way through Tokyo

The last time I was in Tokyo, I was six years old. As a kid, I was a fussy eater. Like most god-fearing Indian families, mine too was largely “chick-atarian” (vegetarian + chicken on occasion), so the idea of eating fish, let alone raw fish, was a non-starter. 1,797 more words

Eating In Tokyo

Pilgrimage to the Place of Plastic

Big cities always have a specific place dedicated to food, a pilgrimage for foodies and fatties alike. Manchester has Curry Mile which (not so surprisingly) is a mile long stretch of curry shops; some edible, some not. 292 more words