Rokkosan Pasture – Kobe Cheese House

A peaceful setting to connect with nature and learn about cheese making

A peaceful setting to connect with nature and learn about cheese making

Kobe Rokkosan Pasture is a place for people to be connected with the nature and animals, where many farm animals including sheep, cows, donkeys, ponies and goats are kept. Enjoy peaceful time in a broad, pastoral-like scene on top of Mt. Rokko. There are many facilities located including “Mt. Rokko Q・B・B Cheese House”, where you can observe the process of how Kobe cheese (camembert cheese) is made. Many fun hands-on classes are held, such as wool craft, and making ice cream, butter, cheese, soft caramel, and sausages.

Information

Address
1-1 Nakaichiriyama Rokkosancho, Nada-ku, Kobe, 657-0101 Hyogo
Access
From Hankyu Rokko Station, take the city bus to Rokko Cable-shita, and then transfer to the Sky Shuttle Bus and get off at the Rokkosan Bokujo stop.
Phone
078-891-0280
Hours
9:00-17:00 (Weekends and public holidays between April and October open until 17:30)
Holidays
Tuesdays between November-March; Year-end and New Year holidays
Admission
Adults 500 yen
Children (Elementary-Middle School)200 yen
Website
http://www.rokkosan.net