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Kobe: Private Walking Tour with Local Guide

1. Kobe: Private Walking Tour with Local Guide

Discover Kobe on this city walking tour with a local guide. Decide where to go and experience Japanese culture and cuisine in a tour tailored to your needs and interests. After booking, you'll receive a short questionnaire about your personality and interests. Based on your responses, you'll be assigned a like-minded host who will communicate with you directly to suggest an itinerary to help you discover Kobe. Indulge in freedom as you choose the locations and sites you want to visit. You can check out the most famous sights in the city like the Ikuta Shrine and Kobe Port Tower. Scale the Kobe Port Tower and see the city's sweeping skyline. Discover eclectic neighborhoods by visiting the Kobe Motomachi Shopping Street or Kobe's Chinatown called Nankinmachi. Another option is to explore nature by traveling through the coastlines and vast mountain ranges that embrace Kobe. Take a trip to Mount Rokko Garden Terrace where you can breathe in the fresh alpine air and sit down for lunch. No matter how many hours you dedicate to this tour, the choice is all yours as you experience Kobe throughout the day.

Kobe: Nada Sake Brewery District Private Walking Tour

2. Kobe: Nada Sake Brewery District Private Walking Tour

Accompanied by a local guide, learn all about sake culture in Japan and the history of this iconic drink. Meet local producers, learn about how sake is made, and visit shops that retain the atmosphere of days long since passed. Nada is Japan's largest sake-producing area and has long been home to a number of sake breweries. It's part of the area known as Nada-Gogō, comprised of five sake-producing districts that are famous in Japan and internationally. Below are some stops that are possible with a typical itinerary. You can ask your guide to customize it based on your wishes. Sawa no Tsuru Museum. This museum is located in the building of the old factory and introduces you to the process of making sake and the old facilities. Sakuramasamune Kinenkan Sakuraen. A facility for visitors is the Sakuramasamune Brewery which includes a museum, restaurant, cafe, and shop. Hamafukutsuru Ginjo Brewery. A new brewery that was founded in 1996. They produce high-quality sake in an up-to-date factory. Kiku-Masamune Shuzo Kinenkan. One of the major sake breweries. The museum is located in the building of the old factory and explains the process of making sake and the old facilities. Hakutsuru Sake Brewery Museum. Another one of the major sake breweries with a museum located in the old factory. Learn about the production process and equipment. Hakutaka Rokusuien. Since its founding, Hakutaka has strived to preserve sake brewing traditions and culture as one of the Nada district's breweries. Hakutaka Rokusuien opened in 2001 as a cultural facility that aims to pass on sake knowledge to visitors.

Kobe: Eat Like a Local Private & Personalized Food Tour

3. Kobe: Eat Like a Local Private & Personalized Food Tour

Spend the day with a local host and discover the true nature of Kobe and its staggering food scene. Within 24 hours after booking, receive a short questionnaire about your personality and interests. Based on your responses, you'll be assigned a like-minded host who will communicate with you directly to suggest an itinerary to show you what makes the city unique. You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. Your itinerary is flexible, so during the experience, you can always change your mind about what you want to do. Discover one of Kobe's eclectic neighborhoods, exploring the thriving Kobe Motomachi Shopping Street and indulge in authentic cuisine while soaking up the vibe in Nankinmachi, Kobe’s Chinatown. Scale the Kobe Port Tower, where you can see the city's sweeping skyline highlighted by the neon, which casts its colors across Kobe. Or take a trip to Mount Rokko Garden Terrace, where you can breathe in the fresh alpine air, sit down for lunch in the terraced garden and enjoy magnificent sunset views of the city from the observatory deck. Discover hidden gems along the way, like the smaller shrines and historic streets that many visitors miss - but not you! Heads up - there are tons of weird, wacky and fun places hidden between the hotspots on your hit list that your host can’t wait to share with you. The only thing you have to do is tell your host what you want to do and see. That could mean strolling along the Maiko Marine Promenade on a sunny day, or crossing the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge - just be sure to look down as the floors are made of glass. You could amble up (or take a cable car) to the top of Mount Rokko, visit the Kobe Maritime Museum, or explore Chinatown, where you’ll find all manner of unusual delicacies to try!

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