Kobe travel guide

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You're Going to Love Kobe

Kobe is surrounded by the magnificent Mount Rokko and houses over 1.5 million residents. This port city is situated right off Osaka Bay. Soak your stress away at a traditional Japanese onsen, taste the finest sake, and indulge in delectable Kobe beef.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Kobe

What to do in Kobe

Kobe Harborland
Arima Onsen

When to Visit Kobe

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Kobe is warm and temperate, averaging 60 degrees. There is a lot of rainfall throughout the year, with December being the driest month. Pack your galoshes if you're traveling in June.

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How to Get to Kobe

Airports near Kobe

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Where to Stay in Kobe

For luxury, try Hotel La Suite Kobe Harborland, or book a stay at Hotel Monterey Kobe. Kobe Motomachi Tokyu REI Hotel, a boutique hotel, is a comfortable mid-range option.

Popular Neighborhoods in Kobe

Where to stay in popular areas of Kobe

Most booked hotels in Kobe

How to Get Around Kobe

The Cost of Living in Kobe

Shopping Streets

Begin at Sannomiya and check out the Kobe Sannomiya Center Gai Shopping Street. Or visit umie MOSAIC, with its restaurants, a shopping market, and harbor cruises. Luxury fashion brands live in Kyu-kyoryuchi.

Groceries and Other

In Kobe, a quart of milk costs ¥180 and a dozen eggs costs ¥223.

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Where to Eat in Kobe

Enjoy Japanese-style Chinese cuisine at Gaen Shuga Chinese Restaurant for ¥1,000. Try Kobe beef at Kobe Beef Steak Ishida Kitanozaka, from ¥11,000.