・Nunobiki Falls: A scenic spot that is one of the three most sacred waterfalls in Japan. On the way to the waterfalls, you can enjoy a real hike and experience the charm of Kobe, a metropolis sandwiched between the sea and the mountains, in a short time while being healed by the rich nature.
・Takenaka Carpentry Tools Museum:
It was opened in 1984 in Nakayamate, Kobe, as the only museum of carpentry tools in Japan, to collect and conserve such disappearing tools as a cultural heritage, and to pass them on to the next generation through research and exhibitions.
The museum has 35,000 items on display and offers a valuable opportunity to learn about the skills, wisdom, and spirit of the people who use the tools, as well as the architecture and wood culture that surrounds it.
・Ikuta Shrine: This is one of the most popular shrines in Kobe, visited by many worshippers. It is also the origin of the name Kobe. The shrine is dedicated to the god of marriage and is also famous for the hundreds of weddings that take place there every year. You can also experience water fortune-telling, which can tell your fortune about your relationship.
・Kitano Meister Garden: A renovated former school building where visitors can experience a variety of crafts. There are more than 20 stores in the facility, offering more than 60 kinds of craft experiences. Create your work of art in a peaceful atmosphere.
Sourakuen Garden: A beautiful Japanese garden of 20,000 square meters, the garden is worth a visit for its many other attractions, such as the 300-year-old boathouse and the architecture, which has been designated as an important cultural asset.