- Tourist attractions
(C)KOBE CONVENTION & VISITORS ASSOCIATION
Foreigners settled in the Kitano district after the opening of the Port of Kobe. The distinctive atmosphere with various styles is very attractive.
Constructed as the house of German trader G.Thomas in 1909, and famous for the weathercock on the steeple. Designated as a National Important Cultural Property.
|Address||Kobe, Chuo-ku Kitano-cho 3-13-3|
|Access||15-minute walk from Sannomiya Station (JR/Hankyu/Hanshin/Subway Lines); 10-minute walk from Shin-Kobe Station (Shinkansen and Subway).|
|Regular holiday||The 1st Tuesday of June and February (or the following Wed. if a national holiday falls on a Tuesday)|
|Fee||￥500; Children below high school age, Kobe residents over 65 years old, and disabled Free; Groups (over 30 people) ￥400; Combination ticket with Moegi House ￥600|
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