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Kobe Luminarie is held every year in the first two weeks of December to commemorate the Great Hanshin earthquake of 1995.
Shin-Kobe Ropeway transports tourists, who alighted from modern age bullet trains, to deeply scenic Nunobiki Herb Gardens in 3 minutes flat.
Tucked away in the Japanese countryside rests an island overflowing with historical landmarks and cultural gems. This place is called Awaji Island.
Use the Rokkosan Tourist Pass to see all that Mt Rokko has to offer!
Be impressed by the exhibits and learn how Japan recovered from the great Kobe earthquake in 1995.
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As an island nation, Japan is deeply connected to the sea. At Kinosaki Marine World, the nation's relationship is on display in an amazing way. It's not just an aquarium - it's a marine life experience!
The Kobe Municipal Arboretum is part of the Rokko mountains. It is a garden filled with flowers, trees, relaxing spaces, and a peaceful escape for those who enjoy nature.