Landmarks

Nunobiki Falls

The revered Nunobiki Falls
has been the subject of art, poetry and worship for centuries – some of the poems are reproduced on stone tablets at the site. The waterfalls, whose name comes from their draped cloth-like appearance, are divided into four main sections (the longest plunging 43m from top to bottom).

Nunobiki is one of Japan's three most famous waterfalls...and definitely worth the (brief) hike. 

Meriken Park

Pleasant place to take a walk, enjoying a beautiful seaside view of Kobe. Also hosts several events throughout the year, including the Indian Mela festival, the Kobe Fireworks Festival, and the Umi no Bon Festival. 

Facilities: 

-Kobe Port tower

-Kobe Kawasaki Museum

-Fish Dance Music Practice Space

-Nakatottei Central Building

-Suma Yacht Harbor