This is me in front of the restaurant ("We finally found it!")... There were 3 floors- one floor for sukiyaki, one for shabu-shabu, one for teppanyaki.
Talk about a
I seldom eat beef, but I have to admit... The
sukiyaki I had was
I would have preferred the price to be a little cheaper- 5500 yen (~$58-60US) for a sukiyaki LUNCH
- but I
can't complain, since I was told that Kobe beef dinners can be even more expensive, in the range of 20000- 25000 yen.
Each party of customers had a private room.
We also had a personal lady cook for us (I think this is common at Japanese restaurants).
After lunch, we decided to just walk around town. Of course, the big map in Chinatown helped (There's a
Chinatown even in
We took a
leisurely stroll along the Kobe port.
There was a shopping mall by the port.
Anyonebeen to the
ALA MOANA CENTERin Honolulu, Hawaii???
The shopping mall totally reminded me of that- outdoor mall with covers (so people can shop even when it's raining).
Some cute little Potpourri sets at a stall inside the mall.
We returned to Kyoto in the evening, where we shopped, ate and took photos at the
Isetan with its 10+ floors!
Very pretty lights lining the outdoor escalators taking you up and down the building!
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