- Kobe Travel Guide - What to do in Kobe
Kobe has been an important port city for many centuries Its port was among the first to be opened to foreign trade in the 19th century alongside the ports of Yokohama, Nagasaki, Hakodate and Niigata In 1995, Kobe was hit by the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake, which killed over 5000 people and destroyed tens of thousands of buildings Today the city is completely rebuilt, and few signs of the terrible event remain
- Time Travel in Kobe!
Hung out in Kobe at the Moto-ko shopping district! It's an area that hasn't really changed since the Showa Era (1929-1989) It was a little sketchy at first, but we found some cool things to show
- One day in Kobe, Japan: things to do | PACK THE SUITCASES
One day in Kobe, Japan is not enough to view everything this floral, coastal and mountainous city has to offer We actually stayed in Kobe for three days as part of our two-week trip to Japan in January But two of the days consisted of day trips (to Nara and Himeji) ) So although we only had one full day in the city of Kobe, we also had evenings there after our day trips and managed to get
- KOBE DAY TOUR FROM OSAKA: A DIY Itinerary | The Poor . . .
At Hanshin Mikage Station, take the Kobe City Bus 16 that will take you to Rokko Cable Shita Station You’ll need to use the green stub of your pass and give it to the driver before you alight Travel time: 15-30 minutes
- Current time in Kobe, Japan - 24TimeZones. com
Kobe - local time right now, summer winter time conversion dates in 2018 Local time 7:58:11 AM, Wednesday 22, August 2018 JST AM PM 24 hours
- In Kobe, Budget-Friendly Beef and Beyond - The New York Times
In Kobe, Budget-Friendly Beef and Beyond From left: Hakutsuru Brewery Museum, Kobe beef cooked on a open flame at Nishimuraya and a tower at the Port of Kobe During strolls along its quiet, tree-lined boulevards, there is a decidedly intimate, rustic feel that pervades Kobe, Japan, despite its population of nearly 1 5 million
- Tokyo to Kobe - 10 ways to travel via train, bus, night . . .
Japan Railways Shinkansen operates a train from Tokyo to Kobe every 30 minutes Tickets cost $110 - $160 and the journey takes 2 h 44 min Alternatively, JR Bus Kanto operates a bus from Tokyo to Kobe 5 times a day Tickets cost $46 and the journey takes 8 h 50 min Eagle Bus also services this route twice daily