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Popular Attractions in Hyogo

Arima Onsen
4.7/5
437 Reviews
Hot Spring
Located in Arimacho in the north district of Kobe, Hyogo, Arima Hot Spring is a relatively ancient hot spring in the Kansai area. It is famous for being one of the best hot springs in Japan, with a history dating back thousands of years. Surrounded by mountains on three sides, visitors are drawn to the cherry blossoms in the spring and maple trees in the autumn. Coupled with convenient transport links and a tranquil environment, it proves to be a popular place amongst tourists.
Port of Kobe
4.7/5
495 Reviews
Port/Bay
The Port of Kobe, situated on the northwest side of Osaka Bay, is one of the world's most important container ports. The area has been home to a large number of foreigners ever since the Meiji period, and it exudes an exotic charm. Today it is a popular tourist destination in the city of Kobe, where many local residents and tourists from all over the world come to relax, eat, and shop. Kobe Port Tower and the Mosaic Ferris Wheel are iconic landmarks in the port.
Mount Rokko
4.5/5
240 Reviews
Mountain
To the north of Kobe City sits the green and vibrant Mount Rokko. The view changes throughout the four seasons, creating picture perfect scenes for visitors. It is also part of Setonaikai National Park. The top of Mount Rokko is a spacious plateau with a golf course, an observatory, a botanical garden, a pasture, a forest, and many other entertainment options. At night, visitors can see the "Million Dollar Night View" of Kobe City and its harbor.
Kitano ijinkangai
4.5/5
381 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Kitano ijinkangai is an area of buildings within northern Kobe, overlooking the harbor. Because most of the buildings were constructed during the Meiji period, the design carries a Western feel and is sometimes referred to as the "town of western-style residencies."

Trip Moments

Shirley Zhu   
Come to Kobe and don't eat an authentic Kobe and the cow can't say it. This Kobe beef is recommended by a friend living in Kobe, just near the Hanshin Sannomiya Station. There is also a Chinese service in the store. Click on the three kinds of beef, which are naked, specially selected, and snowflake. Before the cooking, the ingredients will be delivered to the guests. The delicate and delicate lines on the meat are like a marble art. The boss is also proud of our photo. I took out the best store award in 2016, so I really can't wait to start! The best way to taste Kobe and cow is iron plate. The chef will cook in front of the guests, and when the iron plate is uploaded, the sound of sweet will be heard. The scent of the ox that was cooked like a standard cube was sent to the dinner plate in front of us by the chef. In order to let us experience different ways of eating, the boss will introduce it in time: first try the original taste, then apply a small amount of mustard directly to the beef. Two very different ways of eating, together with their roasted garlic slices, are really ecstasy. For those of us who can't often eat beef, the favorite of the three kinds of beef, such as naked, special selection and snowflake, is undoubtedly the snowflake, the entrance is instant, the fragrance is not greasy. The soft and rich taste of the beef itself and the excellent taste are maximized, allowing the beef to melt in the tongue of the diners. In addition to tasting beef, there is also a set of rice, salad, and miso soup in the store. It is free at noon and costs 800 yen/person at night.
Posted: Dec 30, 2018