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There’s more to Kobe than just the Beef

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21. May. 2020

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The city of Kobe is world-famous for its high quality “Wagyu” beef, and with good reason too - its tender, marbled fatty texture and exceptionally tasty flavor are considered a prized Japanese delicacy. In fact it is probably the most widely known regional Japanese food in the world. But there’s a lot more to Kobe than just the beef, in this article we will only begin to scratch the surface by looking at two areas of the city that are attractive to domestic and international travelers alike – The area around Kobe Port including Meriken Park and Kobe Harborland and Kitanocho, a former foreign merchant and diplomat settlement at the foot of the Rokko mountain range.

There’s more to Kobe than just the Beef

Contents

  • Kobe Harborland
  • Meriken Park
  • Kitanocho Area

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