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Boulangeries in Kobe

Magazine

UpdateDecember 4, 2018
ReleaseDecember 4, 2018

City of boulangeries, KOBE

 

After opening the port in 1868, various items were imported into Kobe. In 1869, the first boulangerie of Kobe opened in the foreign settlement area in Kobe, and since then many boulangeries have opened in Kobe and continue to do so today.

Tommy’s

Developing several shops, mainly in the Sannomiya district. “Red-bean bread,” which is a mixture of red beans and whipped cream-mixed dough, is very popular.

LE PAN KOBE KITANO

Sweets & bakery directly operated by Kobe’s luxury hotel “HOTEL LA SUITE KOBE HARBORLAND.” Elegant and seasonal breads using local ingredients and sweets made by chefs of the hotel are sold.


>>>Not only breads!<<<

Hystericjam

A butter-crepe shop with a cute panda mascot. They make fresh crepes served with highly selected fruits and ingredients.


>>>While you are there, don’t miss the beautiful night view of Kobe!<<<

Mt. Maya (Maya-san)

©KOBE TOURISM BUREAU
The night view from Mt. Maya Kikuseidai is called “the ten-million-dollar night view.” You can view Kobe and all the way up to Osaka.
*During weekdays of the winter season (Mon, Wed, Thur), the last train of the cable-car is early, so don’t forget to check the time-schedule.
http://koberope.jp/en/maya

umie MOSAIC

You can enjoy the harbor night view from the shopping mall “umie MOSAIC.”