Kobe-Sanda Premium Outlets, Kobe

Indulge in some Western-themed retail therapy at Kobe-Sanda Premium Outlets, a shopping center with plenty of outdoor space and indoor retail areas. Designed to look like Pasadena, USA, the mock-Hispanic architecture and plazas capture that west coast atmosphere, with a touch of Mediterranean influence, too. Over 200 stores sell some of the leading names in fashion, technology, and homewares, with both international and domestic brands represented. Stop off at one of the alfresco dining areas to try a global range of delicacies, including tapas, fast food, and sushi. Kobe-Sanda Premium Outlets is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our custom trip planner, Kobe Edition.
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  • I go often. Guests can enjoy a plenty, even in walking and window shopping. So I went to the outlet mall in the United States, but do not overshadow this I don't buy in the United States. Sometimes the bargains come out, so the shopper is recommended.
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  •  It charges is a great success. And parking is great number of visitors.  And you can get in the tour have time constraints, at least near the parking lot, it is useful. You may go there there are various shops and meet product deals. Today, I went to the Paul Smith shop. Asked why cheaper and made as an example was a one-off thing.  Super bargain if you have favorites that will be only one product in the world, it is cheaper than the market price and will be. Visit to the Godiva shops in large matrix, if you have items you want to purchase is strongly recommended. I'm at 5 o'clock in the afternoon, after another sold out.
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  • Outlet! Love it! A side trip before we went to Arima Onsen. Shop your favorite hunting, otoktulle just an outlet (mistake of Haute Couture is not. Rates tulle (lol)) and to GET it!
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  • A typical outlet mall with many premium brand. There are a large free parking for shoper. You can also find a food court there. It's a good place for family or tourist to go shopping. You can find famous sport outlet shops, the premium brand outlet boutique from Europe and also Japan local labels.
  • The Japanese brands are very well represented and this place allows foreign Tourist to explore these brands in one location as many of these brands are unknown overseas. Brands like Anello Bags, Beams Clothing and Descente Sportwear are very decent Japanese brands. Issey Miyake took the cake, for me, if you like his stuff. Scarves, backpacks, coats, jackets, trousers from a year’s collection. The US and Europe-based brands were represented but being an Outlet-goer, I found them to be more expensive than outlets in the US and Europe. Albeit, it was understandable. There is wifi available in certain sections. The Food Court is more than sufficient. The Food was quite good. The toilets are very clean. Transport : From Osaka Namba, it took two train rides and one bus ride for us. Supposedly, one direct train ride. Total of about 1.5 hours travel, one way.
  • Not so cheap as Karuizawa and Gotemba Premium Outlets. Not so many brands, no railway, not really suggested. Only recommend if you live around here and you don’t know where to kill-time.
  • Whenever my family and I are in Kobe, it has become a practice that we must visit this Premium Outlet. If I need the products, I can buy them anywhere, as the discounted percentages like their items at the Premium Outlet are generally unappealing. It is however good to have a break from the driving and waiting for a free parking slot!
  • Spacious with a good variety of shops. Small playground for kids with free stroller rental available from the information center. There's a shopping mall next door too for more shopping and arguably better food.

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