Isuzu Bakery offers a large variety of sweet and savoury items. There is no cafe attached, and no eating space available. I took my bread down to Meriken Park to take photos, which is a great spot for a picnic. You can see the famous Kobe Port Tower (undergoing renovations at the time of my visit), Kobe Maritime Museum, and the Be Kobe sign in my photos.
The bread from this bakery was lovely - freshly baked, and would go down nicely with a coffee! Isuzu offers up some classic Japanese baked items, as well as some bread that's more on the creative side. I really enjoyed the pretzel made with croissant style pastry (I have no idea of the proper name, sorry!)
Isuzu Bakery has plenty of great options for a snack, or an easy lunch or breakfast.
If you're looking for other things to do in Kobe, I recommend doing some sightseeing at Nunobiki Herb Gardens and Ropeway which is popular with locals and tourists alike. If you're interested in visiting a temple, the most popular in the area is Ikuta Jinja. For a coffee and a sweet bite to eat you can't go past The City Donuts and Coffee in Kobe, and Kobe Milk for a nice ice-cream.
Isuzu Bakery has a couple of locations in Kobe, so I suggest popping the name into Google Maps and seeing if there's one close by.
Pictured: Pretzel made with croissant style pastry and covered in icing and almonds, croissant drizzled with chocolate.
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Suggested access: Sannomiya station.
Address in English: 2 Chome-1-4 Nunobikicho, Chuo Ward, Kobe, Hyogo 651-0097
Name in Japanese: イスズベーカリ、神戸生田ロード屋
Address in Japanese: 〒651-0097 兵庫県神戸市中央区布引町２丁目１−4