Japan’s largest herb garden with seasonal flowers and mountain views
One of the most popular destinations for tourists and city natives alike, the peaks of Mount Rokko provide an inviting target for all trekkers.
Despite the unfortunate lack of “Oompa Loompas” there is a certain magic to seeing how your favorite soft drinks are made.
The big daddy of Kobe’s jazz scene: An iconic jazz bar in the heart of Kobe, with live performances every night.
Experience the 10-million-dollar panoramic view of Kobe.
A dash of history with your coffee, sir? Enjoy a delicious cup of coffee at the first coffee shop in Japan to serve black coffee.
Osaka certainly doesn’t have the monopoly when it comes to quality cuisine in the Kansai area. Welcome to Hyogo Prefecture — where Kobe beef isn't the only thing on the menu.
A historic onsen mecca with hot springs with ‘gold’ and ‘silver’ waters that will transform your stay into vaca-therapy.
Handmade goods, local sweets and snacks as well as numerous souvenir shops can be found dotted around the venue’s four floors.
What was it like to be a foreigner in old-world Japan? Check out Japan's most well preserved 'foreign settlement quarter,' in Kobe.