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“Nice Night view”
Review of Kobe Harborland

Kobe Harborland
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“Nice Night view”
Reviewed 12 April 2008

As we only arrived at night, I won't be able to go in detail like the fantastic reviews earlier. However,this place is a nice Kodak spot especially in the night.

The little shops around the area reminds one of Pier 39/ Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco.

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“Kodak Moment”
Reviewed 18 November 2006

Kobe Harborland is a great place to spend half a day. Be sure to bring your camera and a hearty appetite. Begin your tour of Harborland by taking a boat cruise. After the cruise, walk to the shopping complex Mosiac (1 min). Mosiac features international restaurants, shops, a movie theater, and a print club (where you can borrow costumes). On the second floor of Mosaic, pause for a 'Kodak moment' and take pictures of Kobe Tower. Treat yourself to a buffet lunch, and buy a souveneir of Kobe. Despite its commercial nature, the setting of Mosaic is quite pleasing. After exploring Mosiac, walk to the amusement park (30 sec.) and re-vist your childhood by driving a giant stuffed animal. Next, walk across the road and visit the newly opened Bee's Kiss. In Bee's Kiss, head to Dessert Harbor which contains oodles of dessert shops and a section of blood pressure machines(!). At the top of Bees Kiss you can work off lunch. Waddle your way to U-Para where you can play video games, soak your feet, sing karaoke, or shoot guns for a flat rate (around 1,200 yen/hour). Serious shoppers will love Hankyu and the top floor of the Comme Ca Store which sells ridiculously cheap housewear and clothes.

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Reviewed 2 June 2005

Harborland offers the visitor many tastes of the world, from traditional Japanese food to contemporary Brazilian cuisine, all found at the Mosaic. It offers a wide range of market style shopping arcades, great for momentos or odds and sods.
There is also a small amusement park with a ferris wheel and a couple of rides for the kids.
The streets come to life during the night and make fantastic photographs to show friends and family once returned home.

For the hardened foreigner living in Japan, there is a movie theatre to kill a few hours, and stores with foods that were thought impossible to get in Japan from our native homelands.

Harborland is a great place foreigners both touring Kobe and living in Kobe. I love it.

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