A very distinctive museum, which exhibits everything from drilling wood for fire to ancient lamps. The exhibition hall is not very large, but the exhibits are very beautiful. People with a high level of Japanese can study it carefully, and if they don’t understand Japanese, they should just look at the paintings. Tickets are 200 yen for adults, 100 yen for children aged 6-15, and free for children under 6 years old. Walking distance from Kobe City Museum, next to the bustling commercial street, convenient to install
There are a variety of museums in Japan that you can’t even think of. For example, this is a museum specially built for lighting fixtures.
In order to commemorate the undead who died in the 1995 earthquake, Kobe basically holds a light show around Christmas, so this time of the year is also the busiest time for the Lighting Museum. You can choose this time to come to Kobe to watch the lights.
The museum is not big, but there are many representative lamps, from East to West, from ancient to modern styles, you can understand the development history of lighting
The Kobe Lighting Museum is a display of all kinds of electric lights. It is really knowledgeable, and there are many from Europe.