Kobe

17 Dec 2018 - 18 Dec 2018

2 guests - 1 room

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What are travellers saying about Kobe?

9.8
Family Travellers
8.5
Hipsters
8.2
Nightlife Lovers
8.2
Green Travellers
8.2
Foodies
Member reviews (21)
Keane
KeaneSan Francisco
24/05/2018

I can only speak for the Kobe waterfront, which I found to be lovely, albeit touristy. It's very clean and comfortable, and there are plenty of shops and restaurants. I also loved seeing the statues of the cute Anpanman along the street.

Leigh Virkus
Leigh VirkusPittsford
21/09/2017

This is the 6th largest city in Japan on Osaka Bay. We arrived by ship and were able to walk to the train station to get to Osaka.

TY Ong
TY OngKuala Lumpur
07/12/2015

Kobe Harborland, a premier commercial and sightseeing destination on the site of the former Japan National Railways Minatogawa Cargo Station,

Wanugee
WanugeeSF Bay Area, Western US
06/01/2017

Kobe as long been an international port city in Japan, and as such, has more international influences in business, foreigners, and variety of cultural influences than your average Japanese City. This goes back hundred of years. My mother always told me about the foreign influences in KObe, having grown up just a few cite away. The City itself has a dramatic setting, right on the coast on one side, and the rising mountain ranges on the other, making for interesting vistas. The city and the surrounding area was devastated by the big earthquake in the late 1980s, which killed 6,000 people. But at least in infrastructure, the city has recovered, although the memories of the shock still linger.

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