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5 Kuromon Ichiba Market Eats To Try

One reason why I love the Japanese language is because I can guess the meaning by looking at the Chinese words used. The 4 black words in the banner above means “black door market”.   135 more words



So, Kobe beef has now landed in London with a few restaurants serving this ‘caviar of cattle’. This is supposed to be the genuine article as opposed to wagyu beef, which doesn’t necessarily come from Japan, and may not even be purebred. 21 more words


NYC: Day Four

The last three days have been amazing, New York was just how I remember it from when I visited in 2008. Mr J and I have had a very busy but wonderful time exploring the streets of Manhattan and had some really good eats along the way. 281 more words


KOBE beef in Kobe, Japan

What’s the most important thing every tourist should do in Kobe, Japan? Eat their beef.

Kobe is most known for their Kobe beef (which is essentially wagyu beef from Kobe cows) and is typically prepared teppanyaki style. 412 more words


Gluttony expedition - Centre Stage, Kobe, Japan

Just when we thought that this great adventure was taking its final bow with the spotlight slowly dimming to cast the once bright features into shadowed shapes, a little visit to the island of Miyajima set fire to the stage for an encore to thrill the crowd. 1,066 more words


Japan Day 2-2 / Kuromon Market // 9 June 15


At the entrance of the Subway to Kuromon Market we saw this cute pet shop!!!! 526 more words


The Lexis Japan Teen Program is in full swing!

Today, our teens tried out the iconic Kobe Beef for a stylish lunch in Kitano

On Thursday, Alice and Michelle ventured to B TEKITEI restaurant in the idyllic neighbourhood of Kitano. 115 more words