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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

Travel

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

Food

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

Japan

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