These are popular, recommended bakeries in a highly competitive bakery district!

Éiji Nitta

In addition to the Nishikita Roll, the signature product with whipped cream and chestnuts inside, it offers colorful sweets such as mousse- and cream-based refrigerated cakes, macarons and ice cream. It also sells many baked goods, which are perfect as gifts for back home.

Tarte chocolat, framboise pistachio ¥491

Address8-15 Kitaguchicho, Nishinomiya City
Business Hours10:00-19:00
ClosedTue. (If a public holiday, the following day will be closed instead) Mon.: none scheduled
Accepted credit cardsCredit cards not accepted
Access14 min. from Kobe-sannomiya Sta. to Nishinomiya-kitaguchi Sta. on the Hankyu Kobe line, then 3 min. walk from the Nishinomiya-kitaguchi Sta. to Éiji Nitta

Ca Marche

"You purchase bread by having a member of the staff in front
of the bread shelf get it for you. There is a huge variety ranging from popular hard bread to sweet breads. This popular Kobe store gets a lot of customers on weekdays as well."

  • Baguette campagne ¥346
  • Pain aux raisins ¥259
  • Gouter ¥173
  • Croissant levain ¥216
Address3-1-3 Yamamoto-dori, Chuo-ku, Kobe City
Business Hours8:00-19:00
ClosedTue. & Wed.
Access10 min. walk from JR Sannomiya Sta.
Accepted credit cardsCredit cards not accepted


This bakery makes a point of making its breads by hand using natural ingredients. It offers a wide variety of products, including its popular flagship offering French bread, Danishes with plenty of butter, cakes and traditional French sweets.

Address6-16 Narihiracho, Ashiya City
Business Hours9:00-21:00
ClosedMon. (If a public holiday, the following day will be closed instead)
Accepted credit cardsCredit cards not accepted
Access7 min. from JR Sannomiya Sta. to Ashiya Sta. on the JR Kobe Line, then walk 7 min. from JR Ashiya Station to Bigot