The best way would be to get off at Motomachi Station and follow the Shoutengai till you hit your destination.
A staple in the Kobe Coffee community. Located between both JR Kobe and JR Motomachi, and just south of the Shoutengai. It’s a little bit out of the way, but definitely worth the walk. True to the style of new age coffee shops in Japan, the focus is the coffee not the atmosphere. As such the seating is limited to a couple benches in front of the store. The beans offered are all roasted in house. Lima offers plenty of both single origins as well as various blends. They are most famous for their Syphon Coffee as it’s something of a rarity outside of japan. Definitely worth a check out if you want to check out Kobe’s coffee scene. The store is open from 9:00 to 6:00 every day except on Wednesdays.
A little blurb taken from their website:
Our brand name LimaCoffee originates from the Indonesian language where “Lima” means “five.” LimaCoffee is a coffee brand loyal to its five roasting techniques, and our branded coffee products provide both pleasure and quality to be enjoyed with the five human senses. Our LimaCoffee brand slogan, “Roasting a Special Moment” originates from our hope in growing as a coffee brand that bridges special moments for our customers wanting to spend quality time with their important ones. Our Time Coffee concept and logo design is rooted in this history."