Where’s the beef??? Duh – it’s in KOBE, Japan! There were three reasons we were in Kobe: (1) work (2) the beef (3) karaoke. And not particularly in that order! Kobe is the sixth largest city in Japan and sits on the Osaka Bay. Known for it’s signature marbled beef and scenic setting of mountains framing the harbor, Kobe is a fun adventurous port town with a mix of modern and tradition. In this post you will find out how we spent the most of the work trip touring this lively city! Well one of us worked and the other had too much fun eating gyoza in Izakayas!
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Kon’nichiwa! Kyoto used to be the capital of Japan before Tokyo took over. It’s a charming city with history and culture that makes you feel like you are in traditional Japan. Kyoto’s famous for its many classical Buddhist temples, gardens, imperial palaces, Shinto shrines and traditional wooden houses. It’s also home to geisha, female entertainers often found in the Gion district. We made Kyoto our first stop on our 1 week trip in Japan. Find out more about how we spent our two days in Kyoto!
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