Things to do in kobe City -



Kobe City is the prefectural office's location in Hyogo Prefecture.
It is also the sixth most populous city in Japan.
In the center of Kobe city there is the Rokko Mountain Range.
On the south side of the Rokko Mountain Range (the sea side) there are modern urban areas, and on the north side hot spring towns and rural areas are spreading.


Kobe is an old port city, and still one of the most famous port city in Japan.
From the 19th century, the port of Kobe was improved for foreign trade.
And Westerners lived in, and many Western cultures were brought in.
For this reason, in Kobe you can enjoy the atmosphere of Japanese culture and Western culture.


Over 5000 people died at the 1995 Hanshin Awaji earthquake.
Many buildings and transportation facilities were destroyed, but now it is restored and it has become a beautiful cityscape.


From Kobe (Sannomiya) to Osaka it is less than 30 minutes by train, and can go to Himeji in about 40 minutes.


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Things to do in Kobe City

China town(Nankin machi) Kobe Nunobiki Herb Gardens & Ropeway


Nankinmachi is one of Japan 's three biggest Chinatowns.The Spring Festival and Mid-Autumn Festival are big events in Chinatown, and many tourists visit.


Nunobiki herb garden is the largest herb garden in Japan.There are 12 themegardens.





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IntroductionChina town (싞:Nankin-machi) is a popular tourist spot on the south side of Motomachi Station.There are about 100 shops in China town , and dim sum and souvenirs are on sale on the street...

IntroductionIkuta Shrine (c_:Ikuta-jinja) is one of the most famous shrines in Kobe. It is located just north of Sannomiya station, and it is crowded with many visitors at the New Year.Kobe is famou...

IntroductionThe Kobe City Museum(_ˎs:Kobe shiritsu Hakubutsukan) was opened in 1982 with the integration of the Kobe City Namban Art Museum and the Kobe City Archaeological Museum.Located in The F...

IntroductionKobe Port Tower (_˃|[g^[:Kobe Port Tower) is a pipe structure tower on the Nakatottei jetty at Kobe Port. It is a landmark tower of seaport town Kobe.A red tower built with Hyperboloid st...

IntroductionRokkosan Pasture(ZbRq:Rokkosan-Bokujo) is a plateau pasture ranch in Kobe City on Mt.Mya.Many sheep are pasturage.You can feed milk to calves and feed rabbits and goats.You can also enjoy...

IntroductionTetsujin 28-go (Sl28:Gigantor) monument is a huge monument with a height of 15.6m, and was created in the Nagata area, which was severely damaged by the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake.Tet...

IntroductionSumadera Temple ({:Suma-dera) is a temple of Shingon-shu.The beginning of the temple is 886.Monkyo-shonin moved to the current location the Sho Kannon statue found by the fishermen off t...

IntroductionAkashi Kaikyo Bridge (ΊC勴: Akashi Kaikyo Ohashi) is the world's longest 3911m suspension bridge between Honshu and Awaji Island.It is part of "Kobe Awaji Naruto Expressway" which is one...

IntroductionArima Onsen hot spring (Ln: Arima-Onsen) is one of Japan's three Ancient Springs and one of Japan's three most famous hot springs.The Hot spring district is located on the north side of ...

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