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Kobe Welcome Coupon offers you special discounts and benefits at more than 60 tourism facilities in Kobe including City Loop bus and Kobe-Kanku(Kansai International Airport) Bay Shuttle. It’s very convenient and easy as you can get it on line and plan your trip in advance of your visit.

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Arima Onsen (Hot Spring)

Arima Onsen (Hot Spring)

Arima Onsen, once called the okuzashiki ("back parlor") in Kobe, is one of the three oldest hot springs in Japan, along with Dogo and Shirahama.
Many historical persons, including the priests Gyoki Bosatsu, Ninsai Shonin and Toyotomi Hideyoshi, are said to have visited this site. Here, in the hot spring area, one can enjoy two types of water--kinsen (gold), which includes iron and salt, ; and clear, colorless ginsen (silver). It is also fun to stroll through the town, the atmosphere of which is so distinctly Japanese.Arima Onsen Red posts are very famous.

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Kitano Foreigner's Residences

Kitano Foreigner's Residences

Once the Kobe port was opened, foreigners set up houses around the Kitano area. As a result, the area became home to numerous foreign residences that gave Kitano an exotic atmosphere, and many of those homes are still in evidence today. It’s relaxing to walk through this area, which has long been popular for Kobe sightseeing.
The Shin-Kobe Ropeway operates from Shin-Kobe to Nunobiki-Herb Garden, from which one can enjoy panoramic views over Kobe.
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Sannomiya / Motomachi

Sannomiya / Motomachi

There are various commercial facilities in Sannomiya and Motomachi, the city center of Kobe. This is an area of abundant offerings, including gourmet food and fine shopping.
The old settlement established at the entrance to the Kobe port combines a modern atmosphere with one that is distinctly “retro.” Nankin-machi is Kobe’s exciting Chinatown district, where many restaurants and
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Harborland&Meriken Park

Harborland&Meriken Park

Harborland is the seaside entertainment zone, where you can enjoy shopping,
amusement and gourmet spots all together.
Meriken Park is a refreshing seaside park with a view of Port Tower, a Kobe landmark. Cruise ships touring the Kobe port and Akashi Kaikyo Bridge are in service, and the view of Kobe from the sea is exceptionally beautiful.
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port Island・Rokko Island・Kobe Airport

Convention functions, including halls for international conferences and exhibitions, On the south of the island there is Kobe Airport, which offers connections to cities nationwide, including Sapporo, Tokyo and Okinawa. Rokko Island, the second artificial island in Kobe, has an international atmosphere due to the presence of foreign companies and international schools.
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Mt.Rokko / Mt.Maya

Mt.Rokko / Mt.Maya

The Mt. Rokko area presents a series of green mountains running approximately 30 km from east to west.
This area is very familiar as the greatest outdoor leisure zone in the Kansai region and Kobe in particular. The night view of the city center and port, as seen from Mt. Rokko and Mt. Maya, has been called “a night view worth ten million dollars.” It’s included among the three great night views in Japan, together with Hakodate and Nagasaki.
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Nada / Higashi-Nada

Nada / Higashi-Nada

The coastal area from Kobe to Nishinomiya is the largest sake-producing region in Japan,
and has been called “Nada-Gogo (The Five Villages of Nada)” since old times. Three of the five villages--Nishi-go, Mikage-go and Uozaki-go--are located within the city of Kobe. Additionally, there is a unique and attractive art museum uptown, and Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art in HAT Kobe (Kobe New Eastern City Centre) has been renovated since the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake.
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Suma and Maiko

Suma and Maiko

Suma and Maiko are in a landscape dotted with many historical sites, not to mention the greatest beach resort anywhere in the Hanshin district.
There is also Suma Aqualife Park, where approximately 20,000 marine creatures of 500 species are on exhibit, and Sumadera Temple, which is associated with the Taira and Minamoto clans. Additionally, the world’s longest suspension bridge--Akashi Kaikyo Bridge linking Kobe and Awaji Island—offers an observatory promenade at a height of 47 meters over the water.
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Himeji / Akashi Area

Himeji / Akashi Area

Himeji Castle has kept its original form for over 400 years and has been registered as one of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Ako-city is situated in its rich natural environment being surrounded by the sea, a clear stream, and mountains.
The city is blessed with an abundance of seafood. You can enjoy various seafood fresh from the water any season of the year. Among many historic spots is the Museum of History where you can learn about the famous 47 loyal Samurai as well as local salt fields.
Ako Misaki is said to be one of 100 most beautiful sunset sites. Enjoy strolling around Ako Misaki to enjoy the sunset as well as the sunrise.
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Osaka

Osaka

Osaka is crowded with historic sites, shopping malls, and amusement facilities. You’ll be enchanted with its traditional art performances, and its unique food culture. 70 minutes from Arima Hot springs by JR.

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Kyoto

Kyoto Kinkakuji temple

Kyoto

Kyoto has been Japan’s cultural center where you can see harmony between wooden architectural structures and their Japanese gardens which are well recognized worldwide. You will have an unforgettable time in Kyoto visiting 17 World Heritage Sites in Kyoto. 90 minutes from Arima Onsen (Hot Spring) by JR

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Nara

Nara park
Ishibutai Kofun

Nara

Nara is rich in National treasures and Important Cultural Assets. You can encounter world-famous ancient wooden temples, shrines and burial mounds as well as images of Buddha and objects of fine art. Horyuji-temple, the world oldest wooden temple, is one of examples of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Nara.

Nara Park

Nara Park, a home for groups of wild animals such as deer, raccoons and squirrels, is an expansive park as large as 502ha where ancient historic heritage sites and temples are situated.

Ishibutai Kofun

Ishibutai burial mound, Takamatsuzuka and Kitora burial mound have been found in historic Asuka ruins.

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Wakayama

Nati-no-taki
Nati-no-taki
Kouyasan
Kouyasan

Kouyasan Wakayama

Wakayama has rich history and culture. World Heritage site Koyasan founded by the priest Kukai has been the sacred area for believers in Buddhism.
Kumano, Southern part of Wakayama, is famous for three grand shrines such as Kumano Hongu Grand Shrine, Kumano Hayatama Grand Shrine abd Kumano Nachi Grand Shrine. Wakayama is endowed with abundant nature surrounded by mountains, beautiful coasts where hot springs gush out lavishly. Shirahama, Katsuura, Ryujin are very popular hot spring resorts.

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Shiga

Hieizan temple
Hieizan
Ukimidou
Ukimidou

Shiga

Shiga proudly presents its historic sites and natural beauty. Lake Biwa, the largest lake in Japan, is situated in the center of Shiga and mountains are surrounding the lake.
Among many historic temples is Enryakuji-temple which is registered as one of World Heritage sites.

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