Stay at an urban auberge in Kobe with renowned French-Japanese fusion cuisine

Kobe Kitano Hotel

Enjoy a relaxing retreat in Kobe's fashionable Kitano district, lined with ijinkans. Dine, stay, and enjoy the "world's best breakfast" after waking up (or the next morning) at the Kobe Kitano Hotel, a renowned urban auberge.
Hiroshi Yamaguchi, who learned the spirit of French cuisine at La Côte d'Or in Solieu, France, from Bernard Loiseau, a leading French chef who is said to have "opened the door to French cuisine in the 21st century.
He created his own unique nouvelle cuisine in the sophisticated environment of the fashionable Kitano district of Kobe. During your stay, take the Western-style Grand Tour and discover the culinary world of sake and exquisite French cuisine. The restaurant uses carefully selected Hyogo ingredients such as Kobe beef, Tamba chicken, and Akashi seafood.
After a good night's rest in one of the 30 elegant guest rooms, start your day with the "world's best breakfast," the only one officially allowed to be reproduced by Yamaguchi's master, Bernard Loiseau, and adorned with butter croissants, local fruits, ham, and other items that impressed the French food culture when he was working at La Côte d'Or! The hotel is located in the heart of the city's most prestigious hotels and restaurants. The hotel is a member of the renowned hotel and restaurant organization Relais & Chateaux. He has received various decorations in Japan and France.


3-3-20 Yamamoto-dori, Chuo-ku, Kobe-shi, Hyogo

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