It's a good place to go to the suburbs of Kobe. Of course, tram calls are a little off-center, but it's good to be near the station. It's convenient to drive here, but it takes a big circle to turn on the Mingshi Bridge. Dance Park itself is not very famous, but here is the best place to appreciate the Mingshi Bridge across the sea, so it's worth visiting. Park in Japan is also relatively large, there will be some people fishing at the seaside, there is also a Sun Wen Museum, see the grandfather's luxurious life was good. In addition, the parking fee is not expensive, 200 hours, basic 1 hour enough to play down.
The memorial is in the Dance Park, so you can stroll around here at will. The park is not very large, and there are no recreational facilities in it, but because it is adjacent to the bridge, it has become a gathering place for many Japanese sketchers. JT is not here to enjoy the scenery in the park, but mainly to find a better place, so that I can continue to photograph the bridge and the Forget Museum.
Located in West Kobe, Hanshin Tramway from Yamamoto to "Dance Park" or JR from Yamamoto to "Dance" to "Dance" Station, it is the first suspension bridge in the world, built by the French Eiffel Group, which can withstand the 8.5 magnitude earthquake and 150 m/s typhoon once encountered in a century.
There is a small park built along the seaside. There is a pine forest. The park is very clean. There are many old people fishing and playing chess at the seaside. Maybe it's because there is a Sun Wen Memorial Hall that Chinese people come to visit more. If you can walk along the seaside, blow the sea breeze and see the sea, it is really beautiful under the blue sky and white clouds. The Mingshi Bay Bridge next to it was very shocking.
The scenery is good. The bridge gives people a feeling of regret. There is a bathing beach under the bridge. It was planned to go swimming because Typhoon 21 closed.
Dance Park is not many people, from here you can see the island of Awaji, but also the best place to see the Mingshi Strait. There is Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall in the park. It was the first time you saw it abroad. Because it was cloudy when you went there, the pictures were generally Ha-ha.
There are walking paths in Dance Park and Prospect Square. It is the best place to view and photograph the Mingshi Channel Bridge, where you can see the blue sky, the open sea, the sea breeze, very, very beautiful.
A park near the sea, especially like the bridge above it is very modern, as long as there is a little rainy day, it feels like a ladder of heaven, especially like it.
Dance parks are full of signs, so it's easy to find. There are many local people fishing. The Park does not charge any fees. It's a very good place to see the bridge. It takes 200 people to buy tickets to go dancing on the sea walk.
Dance Park is quite interesting here. There are many exhibits in Sun Wen Memorial Hall (Empathy Pavilion). You can visit it for only 300 yen, plus 100 coupons for the three halls. You can see the villa of the old Saito Sandwich (formerly president of Zhongfang).