Kobe-shi Things To Do (150 results)

  • Arima Onsen

    is an onsen, or hot springs in Kita-ku, Kobe, Japan. This Onsen is still a hidden treasure of modern Kobe, behind Mount Rokko. It attracts many Japanese who want tranquility with beautiful natura

    Landmark, Onsen

  • Kobe Port Tower

    , a hyperboloid structure, is a 108 m high lattice tower in the port city of Kobe, Japan. Kobe Port Tower has an observation deck at a height of 90.28 metres. The red steel Port Tower offers a spectac

    Landmark, Port, Tower, Observation Deck

  • Suma Rikyu Park

    The is a park with botanical garden located at Higashi Suma 1-1, Suma-ku, Kobe, Hyōgo, Japan. It is open daily except Thursdays; an admission fee is charged. The park was created in 1967 on the genera

    Landmark, Park

  • Kobe Fashion Museum


    Museum, Speciality Museum

  • Meriken Park

    Meriken Park is a waterfront park located in the port city of Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. The park features the Kobe Port Tower, Kobe Maritime Museum, and a memorial to victims of the Great Hanshin

    Attractions, Park, Landmark

  • Hakutsuru Sake Brewery Museum


    Museum, Speciality Museum

  • Hy%c5%8dgo Prefectural Museum Of Art

    The major collections of the museum are foreign and Japanese sculptures, foreign and Japanese prints, Western-style and Japanese-style paintings associated with Hyogo Prefecture, Japanese greatworks i

    Art Museum, Museum

  • Ikuta Shrine

    According to Nihon Shoki, it was founded by the Empress Jingū at the beginning of the 3rd century AD to enshrine the kami Wakahirume, and was used as the base for a festival welcoming warriors back fr

    Tour, Landmark, Religious Site, Shrine

  • Kobe City Museum

    The museum combines two previous collections, the Municipal Archaeological Art Museum and Municipal Namban Art Museum. The museum is housed in a neoclassical building built in 1935, the former Kobe br

    Art Museum, History Museum, Museum

  • Kobe Maritime Museum

    Kobe Maritime Museum is a museum in Kobe, Japan focusing on the history of Japanese shipping and Kobe harbor. One of the exhibits is the Yamato 1.

    History Museum, Museum

  • Home's Stadium Kobe

    , nicknamed, called Noevir Stadium Kobe for the J. League association football events and the rugby football Top League events, is a football stadium in Misaki Park, Hyogo-ku, Kobe, Japan. The stadium

    Stadium, Landmarks, Sports Center

  • Nunobiki Falls

    Nunobiki waterfalls comprises four separate falls: Ondaki, Mendaki, Tsusumigadaki, and Meotodaki. A well-known section of the Tales of Ise describes a trip taken by a minor official and his guests to


  • Kobe City Museum Of Literature

    Kobe City Museum of Literature is dedicated to the literary scene in Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan in the Meiji, Taishō, Shōwa, and Heisei periods. The museum opened in 2006 in the former Branch Memor


  • Port Island

    :For Port Island in Gdańsk, see Port Island (Gdansk) :For the island in Hong Kong, see Chek Chau The Port Liner automated guideway transit system connects Port Island to Sannomiya Station and to K


  • Minatogawa Shrine

    Minatogawa Shrine is a Shinto shrine in Chūō-ku, Kobe, Japan, roughly on the site of the Battle of Minatogawa. The enshrined kami is the spirit of Masashige Kusunoki, a military commander.

    Shrine, Religious Site

  • Disaster Reduction And Human Renovation Institution

    Natural Attraction, Educational Site

  • Kobe Winery


  • Maiko Park

    Bridge, Park, Speciality Museum

  • Kiku Masamune Shuzo Kinenkan
  • Former Drewell Mansion

    Historical Place, Landmarks

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