Kobe, where East meets West.
Logensitz opened in 2008.
Logensitz opens its door at 4pm every evening; our motto is to raise
“our standard one rank higher”.
We strive to create an extraordinary environment to liven up your evening.
Enjoy a drink before your dinner, listening to classical music.
Logensitz is distinguished by its seasonal flower arrangements:longleaf pines for the New Year, cherry blossoms in the spring.
Hiroyuki NambaOwner bartenderBorn on March 24th 1979. From Kurashiki, Okayama
I studied abroad in New Zealand when in high school and was greatly influenced by the movie “Cocktail”, which I came across in my English studies. I came to Kobe with the ambition of becoming a bartender. At 20, I found a mentor in the bartending profession, and worked under him for 10 years as an apprentice. Since setting up on my own, I have been providing my customers with inspired and original cocktails to enjoy in a unique atmosphere. Logensitz regularly appears in newspapers, magazines, and TV.
I was named an “Outstandingly Skilled Craftsman” by Kobe City.
Logensitz (a German word meaning box seats) can be reached on foot, 5 minutes’ walk from Hankyu Sannomiya station or JR Sannomiya station.
Logensitz is located to the west of Ikuta Jinjya Shrine. It is a bar with an authentic atmosphere, its backwall filled with a line of different alcoholic drinks from all over the world, welcoming and comfortable seats around the counter and distinctive table seats. The bar explains the owner’s motto, which is to raise “our standard one rank higher”.
Treat your tastebuds to the inspired and original cocktails that the bartender crafts together. You will be totally exhilarated and captivated by the experience, served in an extraordinary environment.
2-13-22 Shimoyamatedori, Chuo-ku, Kobe-shi, Hyogo Uptown Court B1
Open 16: 00 ~ / Closing time [Mon, Thu to Sat 23:30] [Wed, Sun, Holiday 23:00]
Regular holiday: Tuesday
Number of seats: 12 seats
Access: 5 minutes walk from Kobe Sannomiya Station on the Hankyu Kobe Line. 6 minutes walk from Sannomiya Station on the JR Kobe Line.