Osaka was a true representation of "modern" Japan, filled with mega-companies, shopping malls that go on for miles, and every toy or gadget imaginable. Most of my time in Osaka was spent doing business. But as a consequence, I was given the added luxury of eating some of the greatest food I've ever had. Of course, I also had to eat dishes I never would have if I didn't know it would have been impolite to my hosts. By far the best thing I had was Kobe Beef. I had both Sirloin and Chanteau Briand. To put it bluntly, it was like shooting cholesterol directly into your veins and it tasted "oooooh sooooo good!". And then there was the Shabu-Shabu, and the Gyu-Don, and ... By this time I had decided I was definitely a fat-junkie.
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