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The Entire History of the World Squeezes into Kobe City Museum

Dec 21, 2015 By Justin Hanus

In the interconnected world of the 21st century you never know where a cultural phenomenon will spring from. But one of the most unlikely origin stories belongs to “A History...[ Click to read more ]

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Ikuta Shrine

How to Experience Kobe Without a Yen in Your Pocket

Nov 17, 2015 By Justin Hanus

The cosmopolitan port city of Kobe is one of Japan's biggest and busiest. Tucked into a nook between the Rokko mountain range and Osaka Bay, it is also one of...[ Click to read more ]

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Kansai Culture Day 2015

Oct 27, 2015 By

On "Bunka no Hi," or "Culture Day," in Kansai hundreds of museums and art galleries throughout the Kansai region offer free admission! Take advantage of free admission to over 500 museums, galleries...[ Click to read more ]

Sightseeing in Kobe

Oct 16, 2015 By

If you find yourself in the Kansai region, the lovely port city of Kobe offers interesting history, colorful culture, architectural marvels, and delicious cuisine!  Here are a few sightseeing options...[ Click to read more ]

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Nalajima Orthopedics Clinic, Hyōgo, Kobe City

Apr 26, 2014 By Mark Guthrie

Nalajima Orthopedics Clinic - なかじま整形外科 Branch of medicine: Orthopedics Telephone:  078-753-9222 Address:  3 Chome-8-10 Shioyacho, Tarumi Ward, Kobe Website:  www.myclinic.ne.jp/nakajima/pc/  Hours: Reception hours Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun...[ Click to read more ]

Hyōgo Prefecture, Kobe City Medical Providers

Apr 26, 2014 By Mark Guthrie

Kobe is the sixth-largest city in Japan and is the capital city of Hyōgo Prefecture. It is located on the southern side of the main island of Honshū, on the...[ Click to read more ]

The Luckiest Man is at Tōka-Ebisu Festival in Hyogo Prefecture

Jan 11, 2011 By Ray Proper

Nishinomiya Jinja is a Shinto shrine in Nishinomiya, in Hyogo Prefecture near Kobe, Japan. Nishinomiya Jinja is the main shrine representing the Ebisu sect of the Shinto religion and its 3,500 shrines.  It is known...[ Click to read more ]

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