Places to see/visit in Kobe ?
Places to see/visit in Kobe ?

Places to see/visit in Kobe ?

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Places to see/visit in Kobe ? It is a city on Osaka Bay in central Japan. The Ikuta Shrine, dating to the 3rd century, is among Japan’s oldest Shinto shrines. Antique cable cars connect Kobe to Mt. Rokko, which offers panoramic views over the port. Beyond the Mount Rokko hills are the outdoor hot springs of Arima Onsen.

Places to see/visit in Kobe ?

  • Akashi Kaikyo Bridge
  • Takenaka Carpentry Tools Museum
  • Oji Zoo
  • Mount Rokko
  • Fruit Flower Park
  • Kobe Luminarie
  • Nunobiki Herb Garden
  • Maritime Museum and Kawasak
  • Kobe Earthquake Memorial Park
  • Nunobiki Falls
  • Ikuta Shrine
  • Kobe Port Tower

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Akashi Kaikyo Bridge

Places to see/visit in Kobe ?
Places to see/visit in Kobe ?

The Akashi Kaikyō Bridge is a suspension bridge, which links the city of Kobe on the Japanese mainland of Honshu to Iwaya on Awaji Island. It crosses the busy Akashi Strait as part of the Honshu–Shikoku Highway.

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Takenaka Carpentry Tools Museum

Places to see/visit in Kobe ?
Places to see/visit in Kobe ?

The Takenaka Carpentry Tools Museum is a museum of carpentry tools in Kobe, Japan. The museum was opened in 1984 with the objective of collecting and conserving ancient tools. They have kept Japanese cultural heritage in order to pass them on to the next generation .

Oji Zoo

The Oji Zoo is one of three large zoos in the Kansai area. The total area is more than 80,000 square meters having 850 animals. There are total 150 species.

Oji Zoo Japan
Oji Zoo Japan

Mount Rokko

Mount Rokko
Mount Rokko

Mount Rokko is close to the cities of Osaka and Kobe and to the hot springs of Arima Onsen.From the top of MtRokko one has a panoramic view of Osaka Bay.

Fruit Flower Park

Sprawling amusement park with flower gardens, seasonal U-pick fruit & a range of restaurants.Michi-no-eki Kobe Fruit Flower Park Osawa, Kobe Picture: Every winter (Nov ~ Feb) Kobe Fruit Flower Park has some beautiful illuminations.

Fruit Flower Park
Fruit Flower Park

Kobe Luminarie

Kobe Luminarie is a light festival which is celebrated in Kobe every December since 1995 to commemorate the Great Hanshin earthquake of that year.

Places to see/visit in Kobe ?
Places to see/visit in Kobe ?

Nunobiki Herb Garden

Big botanical garden with themed areas growing many flowers & herbs, plus restaurants & a gift shop.

Places to see/visit in Kobe ?
Places to see/visit in Kobe ?

Kobe Earthquake Memorial Park

Kobe Earthquake Memorial Park
Kobe Earthquake Memorial Park

Tetsujin28 is a full-scale, 59-ft. statue, dedicated on the 15th anniversary of the Great Hanshin earthquake. The robot is located in Wakamatsu Park, a 5 minute walk from Kobe’s Shin-Nagata Station.

Maritime Museum and Kawasak

Maritime Museaum and Kawasaki
Maritime Museaum and Kawasaki

With its characteristic white space frame roof giving the impression of sailboat racing across the vast ocean, the Kobe Maritime Museum offers a look at the international port city of Kobe. 

Nunobiki Falls

Places to see/visit in Kobe ?
Places to see/visit in Kobe ?

Nunobiki Falls  is a set of waterfalls near downtown KobeJapan, with an important significance in Japanese literature and Japanese art. In Japan it is considered one of the greatest “divine falls”.

Ikuta Shrine

Ikuta Shrine is a Shinto shrine in the Chūō Ward of Kobe, Japan, and is possibly among the oldest shrines in the country.

Places to see/visit in Kobe ?
Places to see/visit in Kobe ?

Kobe Port Tower

The Kobe Port Tower is one of the landmarks in the port city of Kobe. The sightseeing tower was completed in 1963 . Operation was paused from late 2009 until April 28 2010 for renovation.

Places to see/visit in Kobe ?
Places to see/visit in Kobe ?

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