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Ikuta Shrine in Kobe

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.

Kobe Mosaic

Kobe Mosaic is a popular shopping mall with beautiful scenic views of the city of Kobe. Set on the port side with panoramic views of the Port Tower of Kobe it houses many ethnic restaurants (Indian, Italian, French etc.). Mosaic is also the place from where boat rides to the Akashi and Kobe Airport area start. Located just a 10-minute walk away from JR Kobe Station, it also has an amusement park complete with a Ferris wheel and other joyrides for children. The photo story covers the scenic views outside of the mall.

Kobe Muslim Mosque

Kobe Muslim mosque is the first mosque built in Japan and has survived the Second World War as well as the Great Hanshin earthquake.

Himeji Castle

The most visited castle in Japan, Himeji Castle, nicknamed the “White Heron” has been standing proudly on top of a hill called Himeyama for 400 years.

Kobe Central Church

The untold story of post war Kobe, where a faceless building has connected and transformed lives from around the world. There are Japanese services at 9:00am, 10:45 am and 7:00pm.