Here is the A-list of the best places to travel in Kobe if you do not want to lose direction.
- Ijinkan (異人館) – The 19th-century residences of Kobe’s foreign traders at Kitano area.
- Arima Onsen – Hot spring resort within the city limits.
- Earthquake Museum – Commemorating the 1995 earthquake.
- Chinatown (南京町 nankinmachi) – Once the original settlement of Chinese merchants.
- Kobe Harborland – Popular shopping and entertainment complex.
- Akashi Kaikyo Bridge – The world’s longest suspension bridge.
- Mount Rokko – Offering panoramic views of Kobe and Osaka.
- Meriken Park – Waterfront park with Kobe Tower and more.
- Nada district – Center of sake breweries.
- Sorakuen Garden – Japanese landscape garden in central Kobe.
Kobe, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan
Kobe map – attractions
a beautiful Japanese girl is smiling sweetly before enjoying the hot spring at Arima Onsen
gorgeous Meriken Park offers a panoramic view with Kobe Port Tower as the beacon
a scenic view of Harbourland from Meriken Park, Kobe, Japan
Kobe Beef Cooked on a Hot Stone, it’s a world-renowned cuisine from Kobe, Japan
wasabi dipping sauce adding extra flavor to the tender, delicious and fatty well-marbled Kobe Beef
another Kobe specialty sobameshi is a mixture of fried rice and noodles.
people walking around Kobe chinatown, nankinmachi
the beautiful lights and lanterns at nankinmachi reflecting chinese culture in Kobe, Japan
the German Weathercock House, one of the many foreign residences of the Kitano area of Kobe, Japan
the elegant interior design of one of the Ijinkan in Kobe
Yet another Ijinkan a.k.a Barbarian House giving a European touch to Kitano area, Kobe
the mesmerizing night view of Osaka Bay from Rokkosan (Mt. Rokko), Kobe