Other Food Spots in Hyogo Area

  • SANDWICH LE MANS (Takarazuka Minamiguchi Main Store)
    97 Reviews
    Hyogo Takarazuka-shi Minamiguchi 2-12-14 Kishi Building 1F
    This sandwich shop is located in 2-chome Minamiguchi, Takarazuka City. Besides the egg sandwich that has been its signature menu item since its founding in 1964, it sells various sandwiches such as cutlet sandwiches, vegetable sandwiches and fruit sandwiches. They also offer home deliveries for orders for five people or more.

    I am coming here quite frequently but this is my first time I write a comment! Simply good sandwiches indeed!

  • Kobe Artistic Confectionery Bocksun Sannomiya Branch
    40 Reviews
    Hyogo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Sannomiyachou 2-6-3
    The Kobe Artistic Confectionery is located in Chuo Ward, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture and has been featured in the media several times. Toshiaki Fukuhara has been recognized by the city of Kobe as a “Kobe Meister,” and many of his cakes have a distinct “Kobe flavor” that doesn’t exist in France or Germany. There are several cakes made with seasonal fruits, and each is deliciously sweet and large. There are also items only available at this shop. There’s a cafe on the second and third floors, where you can enjoy coffee, sweets, and food items.


  • BIGOT Sannomiya Branch
    28 Reviews
    Hyogo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Gokoudori 8-1-6 Kobe International Conference Hall B2F
    This bakery shop, on the basement second floor of Kobe International House just outside Sannomiya-Hanadokeimae Station, is the shop of Philippe Bigot, the man who brought real French bread to Japan. His baguettes, which are made with no added additives, are especially popular and being baked with buck wheat are the shop’s signature product. There are plenty of products on sale such as sweet bread made with cream etc., regular bread, and baguette sandwiches, as well as cakes.


    14 Reviews
    Hyogo Pref. Nishinomiyashi Aioichou 7-12
    This confectionery’s cute white and blue exterior makes it easy to spot. Located in Aioicho, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture, this famous shop was founded in 1964 and has frequently been featured on TV and in magazines. It offers cakes, cookies, semi-baked Japanese sweets, and more made from high-quality, carefully selected ingredients. One of the shop’s standard items, the “strawberry shortcake,” showcases the quality of the ingredients. There’s also the popular “Elberun cookie,” which features chocolate sable wrapped in pie crust and stuffed with French milk chocolate.

    夙川駅近くにあります洋菓子のお店です、 わたしはこちらの素材にもこだわっているエルベランクッキーがお気に入りです。

  • Kobe Motomachi Ichiban Kan Main Store
    8 Reviews
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Motomachidori 1-8-5 Motomachi Clock Store Bldg 3F
    This old chocolate specialist was established in 1971 on the third floor of the Motomachi Clock Shop Building in Chuo Ward, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture. Known for the variety of international chocolates, they offer around 80 types including original goods and imports. Their specialty Pomme D'Amour, apple slow stewed in honey and wrapped in bittersweet chocolate, is unchanged in flavor since the shop first opened. On the second floor is a teahouse where one can enjoy a prized chocolate with a cup of tea.


  • Chocolatier La Pierre Blanche
    3 Reviews
    Hyogo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Shimoyamatedori 4-10-2
    This chocolate specialty shop was founded in 2003 and is located a five-minute walk from Motomachi Station. It is considered a pioneer in among Kobe chocolateries, and its sweets are based on the motto “simple, pure, and natural.” The display cases and shelves are filled with bon bons, cakes, tarts, traditional French sweets, and many other items. The gift sets are especially popular.


  • Marukai Watanabe Fishery
    4 Reviews
    Hyougo Pref. Mikatagunshinonsenchou Ashiya 853
    This marine products company is adjacent to Hamasaka Port in Ashiya, Shinonsen Town, Mikata County. There's a fresh seafood market on the first floor. Their Ajinamiki Eatery on the second floor serves set meals, rice bowl dishes, banquet cuisine, and more featuring seafood. The Aranami Sushi Shop opens during the evening from Friday to Sunday and on holidays.

    TVで大変良いように宣伝している食べ放題ツアーに参加しました。 食べ放題のカニ足は細く、胸肉は臭いです。いくらは、まるで人口いくらのように風味もなくジュルっとした触感が最悪でした。ウニもミョウバン臭くとてもお代わりしようとは思えませんでした。 お土産に買った高い茹で蟹も、痩せていて味がしませんでした。こんなにひどい蟹は、初めてです。北海道・城崎・香住の蟹はこんなことありませんでした。 押し...

    Hyogo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Nakayamatedori 2-17-3 Nishijima Building 1F
    KOBE HALAL FOOD specializes in halal ingredients and is located near the Kobe Muslim Mosque in Chuo Ward, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture. Its focus on halal foods prepared according to Islamic precepts makes it popular with the Muslim population in Kobe and the surrounding Kansai area. There are spices, frozen meats, sweets, instant foods, seasonings, and all kinds of halal products. There are also items used in Japanese cooking, such as the halal soy sauce and halal sukiyaki sauce.
  • Elph Granola
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Nakayamatedori 3-2-1 Toa Yamate Plaza Tower Building 110
    "A granola specialty shop located on the first floor of the Tower Mansion building a seven-minute walk from JR Motomachi Station or Sannomiya Station. Dedicated to using organic and additive-free ingredients, the shop sells safety and health-focused granola products made with domestic or imported ingredients which have been properly certified. The shop also offers allergy-conscious products made with ingredients like brown rice flour in place of wheat flour. Alongside the basic ""Original"" granola, the shop's most popular product, customers will also find a wide selection of seasonal granolas."
  • Yoshitakaya
    Hyogo Pref. Koubeshi Kita-ku Arimachou 259
    This is a souvenir shop located in front of Arima Onsen Station, founded in 1868. The pure Japanese-style store is full of products that the shop owner has individually selected. The shop is stocked with retro design canvas bags and tinplate figurines, Japanese miscellaneous goods, as well as specialty items of Arima Onsen including Arima cider and Onsen (hot spring) bread. Signature products of the store include medicated bath salts called “Kinyu” and “Ginyu” created based on an analysis of the spring water from Arima “Kinsen” and “Ginsen” hot springs. There is also a large selection of original products such as beauty soap containing Arima hot spring water.
  • Concent Market
    Hyogo Pref. Nishinomiyashi Kotobukichou 5-15
    Located about a two-minute walk from Shukugawa Station, this bakery is beloved by locals. They make their bread with domestic wheat flour and natural yeast and let it leaven overnight at low temperature, creating fluffy bread with a rich taste. In addition to crunchy, harder varieties of bread, there are also croissants, bagels, sandwiches, and many other types of bread available. The shop is constantly adding new items to its repertoire, such as breads made with seasonal vegetables and fruits. There’s an open kitchen in the shop interior, allowing visitors to observe the baking process firsthand.
  • Kineya
    Hyogo Pref. Takaradukashi Sakaemachi 2-1-1 Solio Takarazuka/Grand floor
    This confectionery is on the ground floor of the “Sorio Takarazuka” commercial facility in front of Hankyu Takarazuka Station. The famous confection “Maiden Rice Cakes” was created here in 1926, and it is made by steaming rice powder and millet flour with sugar in a pot and topping the resulting cake with soy powder. It gained popularity due to its simple yet elegant taste, which embodies the Takarazuka ideals of “pure, proper, and beautiful.” The name comes from Otome Amatsu, a Takarazuka star at the time. In addition to loyal local customers, it is also enjoyed by Takarazuka performers and other entertainers.
  • Mon Loire Motomachi Branch
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Sannomiyachou 3-1-3
    This chocolate specialty shop is across from the “Daimaru Kobe” department store in Chuo Ward, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture. It is a famous brand with over 20 branches throughout the Kansai and Kanto regions. The stylish glassed-in store is decorated with cute animals made of chocolate. Everything from the ingredients to the package is chosen with care, and both the cute appearance and taste are popular. The “Leaf Memory” pack of leaf-shaped chocolates enjoys particular popularity.
  • Odagaki Co., Ltd.
    Hyogo Tamba-Sasayama-shi Tatsumachi 9
    This black soybean wholesaler was established in 1734. Since it first opened, the company has carried Tamba black soybeans and Tamba dainagon azuki beans carefully chosen by experienced masters, as well as cooked black soybeans, shiborimame (lightly sugared beans), and a variety of other processed foods. This longstanding company's high-class Odagaki brand beans came into being in the olden days during a time when rice cultivation was being promoted, and were made with high quality black soybeans grown on just a few farms and hand-picked. The company's historic shop sells Tanba black soybeans, Tanba dainagon azuki beans, and shiborimame, and the building, along with an adjoining residence, kura storehouse, and high wall have been designated a National Tangible Cultural Property.
  • Deguchi Shoten
    Hyogo Sumoto-shi Honmachi 5-2-18
    This longstanding marine products wholesaler was established in 1860. The wholesaler's shop is located in the Commode 56 Shopping Street and sells dried adult and young sardines, Naruto Strait wakame seaweed, and other marine products made with choice ingredients from Awaji Island. Here you'll find dried sardines sold by volume and around 30 other seafood delicacies at any given time; customers rave that you become enwrapped in the smell of delicious marine products the moment you step inside. If you're not sure what to get, tell the staff what your purpose, budget, preferences, and other requirements and they'll pick something out for you.
  • Fromagerie Miu
    Hyogo Kobe-shi Chuo-ku Kyomachi 76-2
    A cheese shop in Sannomiya's former foreign district. Look for the simple signboard that melds with the surrounding scenery. They sell about 80 kinds of cheeses from France, Spain, Italy, and other countries. The cheeses are all carefully made one by one from delicious milk produced by healthy cows and sheep. The blocks of cheese are kept whole as long as possible to preserve their flavor. Enjoy cheese wedges with wine in their eating area.
    Hyogo Kobe-shi Chuo-ku Motomachidori 1-1-4
    Manufacturers of Weipa, the versatile soup stock concentrate incorporating the flavors of meat, chicken bones, and vegetables. The shop is right near Choanmon Gate in Nankinmachi. They sell Asian seasonings and foods such as dried fruit, mooncake, and a spicy seasoning called rapa. The store's two floors are packed with authentic Chinese seasonings and high-quality ingredients used by professional chefs. They're known for having lots of items that can only be purchased there. They also offer cooking classes on the second floor where you can easily learn Chinese home cooking with ingredients from a Chinese grocery store.
  • Ten Ren Tea
    Hyogo Kobe-shi Chuo-ku Motomachidori 1-3-3
    A store specializing in Chinese tea with about 130 branches around the world. Since its establishment in 1985, it has been selling Dong Ding oolong tea and other teas from the Ten Ren brand as well as high-grade tea making utensils. Look for the bright green awning. They always have more than 220 kinds of Chinese tea available, letting visitors relax in a mellow atmosphere amid the wonderful aroma of their products. In addition to selling their Chao series, Tekkannon tea, and jasmine tea, guests can also learn how to prepare Chinese tea the authentic way.
    Hyogo Kobe-shi Chuo-ku Nakayamatedori 2-19-2
    An imported food shop with more than 40 years of history. They sell over 2,000 items imported from America, Europe, Southeast Asia, and other locations worldwide. It is known for its unique selection of products like sweets, coffee, and seasonings. Their popular coriander powder has a bracing sweet citrus aroma and is indispensable for ground meat dishes, sausages, and pickles. Items like Beghin Say La Perruche brown sugar cubes and Citadelle maple syrup that keeps well in its light-shielding pack get good are also popular.
  • Tor Road Delicatessen
    Hyogo Kobe-shi Chuo-ku Kitanagasa-dori 2-6-5
    A delicatessen on Tor Road, which even for the international city of Kobe is particularly fashionable. The shop sells prepared foods such as ham, sausage, cheese, and caviar. They offer traditional and delicate flavors from around the world derived from nature's bounty. Guests enjoy sandwiches made with carefully selected ingredients, seasonal soups, lunch plates, etc. at the shop's laid-back cafe.

Hyogo Areas


Hyogo prefecture stretches from the north coast to the south coast on the western end of the popular Kansai region, encompassing verdant mountains, urban beaches, and fantastic historical sights. The prefecture’s main attractions lie along the south coast at Kobe, the prefectural capital, a pretty harbor city best known for its production of the renowned Kobe beef, and Himeji, the home of Himeji Castle, one of the country’s most beautifully preserved feudal castles, perched magically atop a hill.

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