Whether your choice of feast is edible, visual, or musical, Kobe has it all. Start with exceptional fine dining – more details of which elsewhere – and internationally acclaimed sake that’s been served to heads of state. Then take in Japan’s most romantic night view, which you can enjoy from a mountaintop or a downtown spot. The birthplace of Japanese jazz, Kobe offers regular live music and a jazz festival each October. For the more adventurous among you – why not climb the world’s longest suspension bridge on the Bridge World tour? Sports-lovers should look no further than one of Vissel Kobe’s matches – or why not bring out your childlike side at Kawasaki Good Times World, a museum that showcases motorcycles and Shinkansen bullet trains. Kobe is a city all ages, young and old, can enjoy.