|Events : Craft Beer Summer Festa
Posted by Kobe Club staff on 2015/9/5 18:30:00 (134 reads)
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On July 24th (Friday), the Club held a Craft Beer Summer Festa, which was initiated and arranged by Rikako Jepsen, who is in charge of events on the Committee.
Events : American Independence Day Celebration & B.B.Q.
Posted by Kobe Club staff on 2015/9/5 18:17:08 (85 reads)
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The celebration began with beautiful live jazz at the poolside, while guests mingled and settled in. This set the tone for the festivities which were kicked off with a terrific rendition of the American anthem, “The Star Spangled Banner” by Mr. Foran and Mr. Bryan.
Events : Pool Opening B.B.Q. & Fun!
Posted by Kobe Club staff on 2015/8/6 15:30:00 (258 reads)
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Pool Opening Barbecue Makes a Big Splash.
Sunday, June 7th
June 7 Sunday was sunny but slightly cool and perfect for this year’s annual Pool Opening Party and Barbecue. A bigger group of 41 adults and 11 kids than last year were in attendance which was encouraging. Can we dare to hope for a bigger crowd next year? The water was definitely brisk but once out of the pool the temperature proved perfect for a bit of over indulging.
Events : Easter Brunch & Egg Hunt
Posted by Kobe Club staff on 2015/5/4 21:20:00 (427 reads)
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Spring has arrived! The cherry trees have started to bloom again. We were heading to Kobe Club for the annual Easter Brunch &Egg Hunt event and were greeted by the cherry blossoms in full bloom. Cherry blossoms are a symbolic flower of the spring, a time of renewal, and the fleeting nature of life. Similarly, eggs, in general, are a traditional symbol of fertility, and rebirth. What a lovely season for the Easter Egg Hunt!
Events : New Members’ Night & Malt Whiskey Tasting with Tidbit Buffet
Posted by Kobe Club staff on 2015/5/1 19:00:00 (349 reads)
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Pairing a Whiskey Tasting with February’s New Members’ Night packed The Club Bar to capacity. The professional connoisseurs expertly answered all questions and offered spot-on suggestions to cater to guests’ preferences. I, possessing limited background knowledge of whiskey, was particularly impressed by a pair of 5-liter wooden casks, by the variety of bottle shapes and sizes including one set in the form of a golf bag and ball, and by the Scottish map covered with exotic and unfamiliar names. Introduced to the practice of adding water drops to enhance the aroma and subtle flavors of the whiskey, I enjoyed experimenting to alter the taste and smoothness of my drinks. Experiencing whiskey as a beverage to savour with food, like a fine wine, was also a novel experience.
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