This walking tour provides a mind relaxing experience in Kobe, which will satisfy your soul, tongue and eyes. Enjoy beautiful nature with Nunobiki falls, soak yourself in “gold” and “silver” waters in Arima Hot Spring, get a taste of delicious Kobe beef delivered through entertaining performance. Last but not least, get impressed by the “ten million dollar night view”.
Check out what we are going to do.
Feel free to personalize this offer.
At your hotel in Kobe or Sannomiya station
Arima Hot Spring
Kobe Beef Teppanyaki
At your hotel in Kobe or Sannomiya station
This tour is perfect for those who want to escape from stressful daily life. The suggested spots are described below.
1) Nunobiki Falls: one of Japan's best 100 waterfalls and considered one of the three "divine falls"
2) Arima Hot Spring: considered one of the oldest hot spring in Japan and offers gold and silver water
3) Kobe Beef Teppanyaki: the most famous beef in Japan fried on a large hot plate and delivered through an entertaining performance
4) Venus Bridge: one of the most famous observation deck in Kobe known for "ten million dollars night view"
Personalized guided walking tour through the chosen spots in Kobe, Hotel pick-up/drop-off in Sannomiya/Arima/Motomachi area, Consultation about your itinerary prior to your arrival (You may ask anything about your stay in Japan, not only in Kobe), Tips for your stay in Japan prior to your arrival, Pictures taken during the tour which will be shared after the tour
Food and drink (Kobe steak course costs approx. 16,000 yen per person), Transportation fees (approx. 1400 yen per person), Tickets to any attractions (Arima hot spring costs around 550 - 2500 yen per person)
・You do not have to order a Kobe beef for the tour guide as the price is high. The guide will have the cheapest option available at the restaurant or simply eat somewhere else.
・Guests with tattoos might be denied entry into some hot spring. If your tattoo can be covered with a tape, I suggest you to bring the tape with you. If your tattoo is too large to cover with a tape, please tell me in advance so that I can make sure that the hot spring we visit allows tattoo.
・Bring a towel with you to avoid renting/buying it at the hot springs unless you want one as a souvenir.
I had a great tour with Aimu, getting to visit all the locations that were suggested on the itinerary. Slightly unfortunate that some of them were closed (due to Covid-19) but Aimu just found more locations to visit on the go which suited me perfectly fine, as I like to just sort of explore randomly. Her knowledge on the history of where we went was fascinating and meant I learnt more about the areas then if I was alone. I also got to try a variety of different types of food. After the tour Aimu provided me with more places I could visit while I was in Osaka which was really helpful. Aimu was really fun to talk to and spend the day with (her English is excellent). I would highly recommend booking a tour with her.
Thank you very much for the nice comment and also for having me as a guide during this hard moment. I hope to see you again after all this things calmed down. Stay safe and please come again!
Aimu was tireless in showing us around Kyoto. We had limited time to explore, but she made sure we immersed ourselves in the most interesting spots.
Thank you very much for your nice comment! I had fun going around with you too. Your questions were a little challenging, so I learned a lot during the tour as well :) Hope to see you again in the U.S!
We loved spending the day in Kobe to learn about Aimu’s hometown of Kobe. Aimu is a great communicator and was great and being flexible in combining her local knowledge with our tastes and interests.
Thank you very much for your nice words! I had fun talking to you guys ;) Hope to see you again in Japan. Keep in touch!
-she was punctual -she has a good attitude -prior to my trip she helped me think through what options I had available. She spent considerable time in helping me plan my visit so that the days were structured around my particular interest which was photography. -she pointed out ways I could save money by doing things a certain way. -booked us a tea ceremony so i could photograph a Maiko. Excellent intro to the world of Maiko's and Geisha's.
I’m very grateful for your kind words. Thank you very much for a memorable day and all the experiences you’ve given me. However, I cannot stop giggling because you still don’t remember where you’ve been. Keep in mind that you visited Japan not China when you talk about the trip to your friends :D hehe Hope to see you again one day and take care until then ;)