Kobe Maritime Museum was opened in April 1987 to commemorate the 120 years since Kobe opened the port.
The landmark of Kobe Port, the elegant ship-like shape fits the theme of the city and the building itself, and it complements the Kobe Port Tower next to it. You can see the development of many heavy industries inside, and you can also experience various transportation.
Kobe is the most important seaport city in Japan. The marine culture here is very rich, and the Maritime Museum is a professional museum reflecting the local marine culture of Kobe. Not only can you see many marine animal specimens, but also shipping and military harbors. The display is very worth seeing.
Kobe's Maritime Museum emits green lights at night, in sharp contrast with the red Kobe Port Tower not far away. In the daytime, it is a white mesh building. The theme of the museum is ocean, ship and port. It introduces the past and present of Kobe Port in detail, as well as the history of navigation in Japan. There are many British warship models on display, which should be the object of Japanese maritime studies.
Kobe Maritime Museum is a museum opened in 1987 to commemorate the opening of Kobe port 120 years. The white frames are used to represent the sails and the waves of the ship, and the blue sky is like a sailboat and a wave, and the contrast with the green Mt. Liujia and the red Kobe Port Tower is impressive. The night will be lit up blue light, become a symbol of Kobe Port.
There are also many interesting things in the Kobe Marine Museum. Not only can you visit it, but you can also play a lot of interesting transportation. The 600 ticket is not expensive, which is quite interesting.
The Kobe Maritime Museum is also a place worth visiting. The view of Kobe Port here is particularly beautiful, but there are really very few people who come here to visit the Maritime Museum. The tickets are not expensive.
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