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Museum
“(walking distance from Hankyu Mikage station 御影駅 or Sumiyoshi station 住吉駅), ☎ +81 78-822-8907. 9:30AM-4:30PM, closed Mon. Hakutsuru is a nationally-known sake brand and this museum is inside a former brewery, and features traditional tools, dioramas and English-language videos to explain the sake-making processes. At the end, you can sample some sake, which is non-pasteurized, presumably because it doesn't have to travel far from the factory. Write your name on a piece of paper provided by the guard and return that at the end. Free entry, free sake..”
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Museum
“The Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art is a modern and contemporary art museum found along the waterfront in the HAT Kobe district. It was built as part of the city's recovery efforts after the 1995 Great Hanshin Earthquake, and was designed by Ando Tadao, one of Japan's leading contemporary architects who has designed museums on Naoshima, Omotesando Hills and the Tokyo Skytree among other famous buildings.”
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Museum
“Kikumasamune Sake Museum"It is the only facility exhibits "Sake brewing utensils of Nada" which are appointed as important tangible folk-cultural properties of Japan. It is a museum of Sake which exhibits the secret techniques of brewing Sake inherited by Toji masters in Tamba region to the present.You can find your favorite one by tasting variety of Sake including freshly brewed unheated Sake for free.”
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Museum
“At the UCC Coffee Museum, the process from cultivation and extraction of coffee beans, history, culture, etc. are exhibited, as well as various events and experiences programs are held.”
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Museum
“The Kobe City Museum was opened in 1982, merging the collections of the Kobe Archaeological Museum and Namban Art Museum under the same roof. The museum's permanent exhibition features an interesting collection of maps from different regions and eras of Japan, as well as artifacts representing Japan's exchange with foreign countries, from its earliest cultural imports from China and Korea to traded goods that entered Kobe after its port was opened to international trade in the 19th century.”
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Museum
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“"Sakuramasamune Museum Sakuraen"Valuable video films to display the sake brewing process in old days, brewing tools, old-timey advertising displays and bottles and labels of sake to be seen only here, are exhibited a lot. The cafe and Japanese restaurant are also available.”
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Museum
“Kobe Fashion Museum is Japan's first public museum dedicated to the world of fashion. It features valuable pieces of clothes introduced from different dimensions in the exhibition hall located on the first floor. The library is located on the 3rd floor, where you can access to approximately 28,000 fashion related books collected from inside and outside Japan, and fashion magazines from early 20th century. It is the must see facility if you are interested in fashion.”
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Place of Worship
“Minatogawa shrine This is a fantastic, quiet shrine tucked away in the center of Kobe. Just a short walk from JR Kobe station, it is easy to get to. The center is wide open, with several nice shrines off the main path. It probably doesn't get too packed except for major holidays, so you should be able to enjoy it at a leisurely pace.”
  • 5 lokale anbefaler
Museum
“Bando Kobe Science Museum, the only facility attached to a planetarium in Kobe, is themed as “Touch, Create, and Connect.” You can enjoy learning the mystery of science and space by experiencing through hands-on exhibits, workshop and science class.Bando Kobe Science Museum has 6 exhibit rooms where you can experience “Time hopper” and “Hang-glider.”
  • 1 lokal anbefaler
Museum
“Many artists who have been attracted to Kobe have gathered in the city, and they have left great achievements in the artistic field inside and outside Kobe. Kobe Artists Museum introduces wide range of arts nurtured in Kobe including the artists in active now.Gallery Talk, an interactive-style tour explaining about art pieces by a curator, is held every other Sunday. You can deepen your knowledge about the art pieces as you enjoy discussing and exchanging opinions with other attendants.”
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Museum
“(竹中大工道具館), (3 blocks North of JR Motomachi station. 1 block west from Coop store. A 10 minute walk.), ☎ +81 78 242-0216, [1]. 9:30-16:30. A very nice exploration of hand carpentry tools, from the stone axes of Jomon age to the Western influenced tools of yesterday. Hands-on exhibits and English language descriptions make this a pleasant place to spend the afternoon. ¥300”
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Museum
“ Kobe Maritime Museum, with its outstanding roof design, is a symbol of Kobe and frequently combined with the nearby Kobe Port Tower in pictures and postcards.”
  • 2 lokale anbefaler