Salon and Cafe

Tea Time at Gosho Bessho

Goshobessho lobby cafe

Gosho Bessho opens its doors to day-visitors for tea time. The Lobby Cafe features high ceilings, relaxing sofas, and window walls that open onto a green courtyard which feels as an extension of the Haigata mountain, named by the Tea ceremony master Rikyu. A relaxing atmosphere to savor some of our specialties: delicious roasted coffee, selected Japanese tea, Traditional Japanese sweets, and french pastries, all freshly made in-house.

Opening time: 9:00 a.m ~ 11:00 a.m, 14:00 p.m ~ 18:00 p.m
Closure day: not defined ( please contact us)
Price: Coffee ¥750, Japanese Sweets ¥525 ~
Reservation: A phone call is required previous to your arrival.
Address: GOSHO BESSHO Indoor Lobby Cafe
958, Arima-cho, Kita-ku, Kobe
Contact: 078-904-0554 (Gosho Bessho)

The Library Salon ROSSIO DE PRATE

6 minutes walk from Gosho Bessho, the Salon at the sister inn Tocen Goshoboh features a soothing window view on the Taki river and some gorgeous cherry blossom trees. An interior that boasts a beautifully aged wooden structure made of pine and teak, embellished with antique decor from the collection of Mr. Kanai Shirobe (the 15th ) from the Meiji and Taisho periods, and some quirky elements passionately collected from trips around the world. The result is a harmonious blend of East and West, reflecting the cultural melt of Arima Onsen, which was during the Meiji and Taisho eras, one of the first and most frequented hot-spring resort destinations by the early western visitors. The library salon was then a dancing lounge where music was played, and where Goshoboh guests were invited to dance and socialize.
The space hasn’t changed much even after the destructive Kobe earthquake in 1938. Today, it is a place where guests can enjoy a morning coffee, an afternoon tea, or an early appetizer. It is also a concert and event space during summer, Christmas and other seasonal occasions.

Opening time: few ( please contact us)
Reservation: required.The salon can also be chartered for private events,
please contact us for details.
Address: TOUSEN GOSHOBOH
858, Arima-cho, Kita-ku, Kobe
Contact: 078-904-0551 (Goshoboh)

Café de Beau

Located 3 minutes walk from Gosho Bessho, Café de Beau is a cozy place to rest and enjoy some freshly made coffee, and some delicious french style pastries with local flair. The Tanba black beans pie, and the cake roll with natural salt from Arima Hot-springs, are few examples of Café de Beau’s original delicacies.
The property used to be the house of the KANAI family, founder of Tocen Goshoboh. Hence the nostalgic Taisho-Roman style, with a typical blend of west-east and old-new which characterizes Arima Onsen. The interior boasts a salon space, a private tatami room, and a sunny terrace opened to a charming Japanese garden which links the Cafe to the Art gallery.

Opening time: 9:00 ~ 18:00 (L.O. 17:00)
Closure day: Tuesdays
Price: Coffee ¥550, cake ¥280 ~
Reservation: not required
Address: ( The white building in front of the Public Hot-spring Bath KINSEN)
835,Arima-cho, Kita-ku, Kobe
Contact: 078-904-0555

Tea Time at SANBO KAN

Located 6 minutes walk from Gosho Bessho, SANBO KAN, the indoor Restaurant & Cafe at the sister Inn Tousen Goshoboh, is also open for day visitors. The facility looks over a beautiful Cherry Blossom tree along the Taki river, and features a simple oriental atmosphere. A great place to savor a cup of freshly roasted Coffee, or some delicious Japanese tea with traditional sweets.

Opening time: 9:00 a.m ~ 11:00 a.m, 14:00 p.m ~ 17:30 p.m
Closure day: not defined ( please contact us)
Price: Coffee ¥550, Sweets ¥550 ~
Reservation: not required
Address: TOUSEN GOSHOBOH
858, Arima-cho, Kita-ku, Kobe
Contact: 078-904-0551 (Goshoboh)