Yakiniku is Japanese Barbecue. It is reasonably priced but portions are small. It is better to go with a group and enjoy cooking your own large meal with many kinds of meats, seafood and vegetables.
2-8-16, Nishikamitachibanadori, Hyogo-ku, Kobe-shi, Hyogo, 652-0033
Awajiya Dagashiya sells old style candies. ( Dagashi Shop)
Dagashi refers to cheap candies and snacks for children. Dagashi has been around since the Edo period (1603-1868). Most kids bought Dagashi until 1975. After 1975 Japan developed westernized supermarkets. The owner is very friendly. Small crepes 100 yen, Large 200 yen.
7 Chome-3-6 Kasamatsudori, Hyogo, Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture 652-0864
Kitchen Origin is sell Bento Box, pay by weight from buffet.
1 Chome-4-13 Shimosawadori, Hyogo, Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture 652-0047, Japan
Okonomiyaki is a Japanese savoury pancake containing a variety of ingredients.
4 Chome-2-8 Minatocho, Hyogo, Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture 652-0812, Japan
Roushouki has the most popular Pork buns in Kobe city’s Nankin Machi (China Town). Goubuli baozi is from Tianjin china.
Established in 1915 Roushouki’s first owner named the pork buns Buta manju since the Japanese were not familiar with the name goubuli baozi. Buta manju = Pork Buns.
At the time of it’s opening, it was a place where Chinese sailors gathered for a taste of their hometown.
The Roushouki is now in it’s 4th generation of ownership in Naikin Machi in Kobe City.
They sell 13000 pork buns each day. Roushouki’s kitchen staff makes 13 buns in 1 minute. The buns are juicy and delicious and are best eaten right away. Closed when sold out.
2 Chome-1-14 Motomachidori, Chuo Ward, Kobe City , Hyōgo
Horumon Kikuya is serving Horuman Udon or Soba in Nishinari Osaka.
Horumon is a kind of Japanese cuisine made from beef or pork offal. Kitazato Shigeo, the chef of a yōshoku restaurant in Osaka devised this dish and registered a trademark in 1940.
Ōsaka-fu, Ōsaka-shi, Nishinari-ku, Haginochaya, 1 Chome−9-8