Kansai West last Part; Kobe's Gigantor and Harborland

4 Days Revisiting Japan in Winter with my Mother
February 10 to February 14, 2015


How to go to Harborland;
For Kobe subway (covered by Kansai Thru Pass) bound to Minato Motomachi Station. Free entrance fee in the Harbor grounds but not in the Kobe Tower. Photography and video taking is  permitted.

Kobe Port Tower is a 108 meter red tower in the shape of a drum is the world's first pipe construction and is the symbol of the Port of Kobe. The observation deck affords a sweeping view of the Kobe City, Mt. Rokko and Awaji Island, and it also has a unique rotating cafe, which makes 360-degree turn in 20 minutes. It also looks beautiful at night as it is illuminated.

How to go to Tetsujin 28-go / Gigantor / Iron Man #28 Monument;
For Kobe subway (covered by Kansai Thru Pass) bound to Shin-Igata Station. Free entrance and 24 hours access. Photography and video taking is  permitted on the grounds. Illuminated at night fall until 2130H.

The 18-meter high giant monument of the Tetsujin 28 was built to commemorate the great achievements of Japan's leading manga artist, Yokoyama, in his hometown in Kobe. Special exhibitions and various events are held at the site.

Kansai West last Part; Kobe's Harborland

Kansai West last Part; Kobe's Harborland

Kansai West last Part; Kobe's Harborland

Kansai West last Part; Kobe's Harborland

Kansai West last Part; Kobe's Harborland

Kansai West last Part; Kobe's Harborland

Kansai West last Part; Kobe's Harborland

Kansai West last Part; Kobe's Harborland

Kansai West last Part; Tetsujin 28-go / Gigantor / Iron Man #28 Monument

Kansai West last Part; Tetsujin 28-go / Gigantor / Iron Man #28 Monument

Kansai West last Part; Tetsujin 28-go / Gigantor / Iron Man #28 Monument

Kansai West last Part; Tetsujin 28-go / Gigantor / Iron Man #28 Monument




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