A Day In Kobe, It's Tourist Recommendations

A Day In Kobe, It’s Tourist Recommendations

12/14/2019 By Sylvia Obrien

Kobe City is one of Japan’s most famous holiday destinations. Had a whole day in Kobe, this is a tourist recommendation. Note Yes!

From Osaka, Kobe can be reached in around 30 minutes by train. There are a few things we can do for a day here:

1. Eat Kobe Beef

A Day In Kobe, It's Tourist Recommendations

A Day In Kobe, It’s Tourist Recommendations

This one is mandatory because Kobe beef is known for its meat softness, high taste that blends with the fat. Can be enjoyed as steak, shabu-shabu or Sukiyaki. But the most delicious way to enjoy Kobe beef is in teppanyaki where meat is cooked in front of the guest.

Kobe Beef can be enjoyed in many restaurants especially at the front of Sannomiya Station. The price varies from 3000 yen or about 300 thousand rupiah.

2. See a large European-style house in Kitano-cho

A Day In Kobe, It's Tourist Recommendations

A Day In Kobe, It’s Tourist Recommendations

This is where we can feel the European atmosphere despite being in Japan. With large houses and European-style architecture, it is not thought we were in Japan.

It costs about 550-750 yen to get into the houses that are now the museum. The area is a 10-15-minute walk from Sannomiya station.

3. Kobe Mosque, Japan’s oldest mosque

A Day In Kobe, It's Tourist Recommendations

A Day In Kobe, It’s Tourist Recommendations

It is the oldest mosque in Japan built in 1928 and finished in 1935. It was established because of the growing number of Muslims living in Kobe in the 1920 ‘s.

A Czech-born man, Jan Josef Svagr, it is a Turkish Ismani-style mosque with one large dome and 2 twin Towers.

4. Chinatown

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Located in downtown Kobe, known as Nankimachi. This area is known as a popular tourist spot as well as a shopping and dining center. Restaurants, food stalls offer a wide variety of ramen, steamed buns, as well as other Chinese dishes. Located a 5-minute walk from Motomachi station.

5. Kobe Motomachi

It is a street that is Kobe’s shopping mall. There is a high-end department store, as well as Japanese fashion boutiques. There are also dining venues ranging from French-style bistro to ramen or Yakiniku.