If you want to take your family sightseeing or just escape the world, Kobe is a fascinating place. Kobe was the first Japanese port area to open its ports to foreign trade and is today outstanding in terms of its cultural heritage and diversity. It even surpasses Osaka and houses some of Japan's most famous and famous cultural institutions, such as the Kobe Art Museum and Tokyo Museum of Art, So it's a miracle not to be missed.
Most breeds of Japanese Wagyu beef are associated with the area where the cattle are kept, so Kobe beef is a breed of Wag Ryu Kobe. Kobe is also known for its high-quality beef, which must have been born and raised in Hyogo Prefecture. To be called "Kobe beef," it must be certified by the Japan Agricultural Research Institute (JARI), the country's largest agricultural research institute, and must be born in or near Hyogosu, Japan's second largest city and one of the largest in the world. More information about Kobe's history, culture and cuisine will be published in our upcoming article on the history of Kobe, Japan's most famous city.
Kobe is home to eighteen public and private universities, including the University of Kobe, the University of Kobe, the Kobe Institute of Science and Technology and a number of research institutes.
The park is bordered by the city of Kobe, Kobe City Hall, Kobe University of Science and Technology and the US Embassy.
Kobe is very compact and many of its main points are in the areas of Sannomiya and Motomachi. Kobe Bryant (Shen Hu Ruminant) is a light festival held annually in December in Kobe City. Two days can be enough time to just look around, but also for a day trip to the city center.
From there, I would recommend spending time between the Osaka Castle and the vibrant Dotonbori district. If you live in Kyoto or Osaka, it is relatively easy to get to Kobe by high-speed train. Kobe takes about 3 hours to get from Tokyo on the impressive Shinkansen Express Train, but you can get from Kobe to Osaka in less than an hour. The easiest way to forget Kobe when you travel abroad is to fly to Kansai Airport in Osaka, from where you can catch a bus or even a ferry to the port.
The trip to Himeji City takes about 45 minutes from Kobe City, but what comes next kills two birds with one stone.
The main transport hub is Sannomiya Station, with Kobe Station in the west and Himeji City Station in the east. The main traffic junction of Kobe city, the main traffic junction of the city, is also located at the Sannaomiya railway station. There are also several other stations in the area, such as Kansai City Station (in Himeshima City) and Kiyomizu Station in Kobe.
The JR Kobe Line connects Kobe, Osaka and Himeji via Sannaomiya Station and Kiyomizu Station in Kobe City and is connected to Kobe and Osaka via the JR Kyoto Line. The JR Osaka Line, the main railway line in Kobe City, is also connected to Kobe - Osaka - HIMEji by the J-Line station at Kansai City Station.
Other expressways are the Kansai Expressway, the Himeji - Kobe - Osaka - HIMEji expressway and the Tokyo - Kyoto expressway. Other expressways include: The Himeshima-Tokyo Expressway, a highway between Tokyo and Kobe City, and a long section of the Tohoku-Kyushu Expressway between Kyoto and Tokyo.
The Kobe - Awaji - Naruto expressway runs from Kobe to Naruto, from Naruto to Awji Island and includes a long section of the Tohoku - Kyushu expressway between Tokyo and Kyoto. Kobe is also home to the famous Arima Onsen Hot Springs, and notable buildings include Kobe City Hall, Kansai - Kobe Hotel, Kobe University and Himeshima - Tokyo Hotel.
Kobe is surrounded by the Kansai-Kobe Road and the Kobe-Awaji-Naruto expressway and also offers a lot of nature. The impressive Nunobiki Falls are accessible from the city centre, as are the famous Nihonbashi Falls, Japan's largest waterfall and one of the world's.
If you plan to visit western Japan, you should include Kobe in your itinerary when planning a visit. Take advantage of Kobe's shopping, enjoy international cuisine, appreciate the urban energy and don't come to Kobe to search for traditional Japan. When you visit Kobe, you will find that Kobe is a thriving city that has never forgotten its past. Arima onsen is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Kobe, as it is 30-50 minutes from the city and is home to some of Japan's best hot springs, such as the famous Nihonbashi Falls.
Kobe was one of the first Japanese cities to open up to trade with the West in the early 19th century, and has since retained its cosmopolitan flavor. Kobe is also known to have a somewhat exotic atmosphere (quote required), although this is mainly due to its proximity to the Japanese capital Tokyo. There are a number of museums that will fascinate you with their fascinating museums, such as the Museum of Natural History, the Kobe Museum and the Japan Museum.