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A quick look at 2000 years of sake culture and history in Japan.
Built in 1441 on the summit of a 1,000-foot mountain, the ruins of Takeda Castle cover an area a quarter of a mile in length and more than 300 feet in width.
Learn about money and banking, and view Japan's largest piggy bank collection, at the Amashin Museum.
Kobe Nunobiki Herb Garden is a nice place to walk and enjoy seasonal flowers, a waterfall, and the view of Kobe City.
Amid the small bustling lanes of Sannomiya in Kobe you can find the wonderful Ikuta Shrine, which is possibly one of the oldest shrines in the country.
At Shukugawa, experience nature with the beautiful cherry blossoms in spring. All you need is a picnic sheet, some snacks and drinks. Get out and enjoy!
Kobe Muslim mosque is the first mosque built in Japan and has survived the Second World War as well as the Great Hanshin earthquake.
Beautiful flower park Awaji Hanasajiki has mass plantings of various flowers throughout the year.