The Meriken Park is built between the Meriken Pozhechang and Kobe Port Tower. The standard port city park also has many landmarks, such as the Maritime Museum, the Fish Dance sculpture, and Starbucks. You can take a walk if you are interested.
In the American Park at night, of course, the blue sea is invisible, but the night view is also beautiful. You must know that the night view of Kobe is millions, and the most important part of the night view is in Meriken Park. The red Kobe Port Tower and the green Maritime Museum are the most eye-catching. The English words KOBE on the Kobe Port Tower have been spinning around. KOBE is the English name of Kobe and the name of an NBA superstar. It’s a pity that the British died young, ah, what a pity~
A Japanese harbour park, one of the places commemorating the Japanese tsunami, the exhibition hall here is also quite big, there are many gadgets in the park, the park here is not very big, you can see a lot of things.
It’s a nice walk around. Plaques detail the ‘95 earthquake and the devastation it caused. Broken piers can still be seen. A little green space near the Be Kobe sign.
Meriken Park is an area along Kobe's waterfront. Here you'll find lots of open space, the Kobe Maritime Museum and a giant pirate ship. On the weekends sometimes there will be various performances and events going on here, but for the most part it's just a nice area to walk and take in the ocean breeze. For those interested in harbors and boats, they should definitely check out the maritime museum. It's small but a fun place to waste an hour.
Time is a bit tight. I came from Osaka in the afternoon and watched the sunset and the port is very beautiful. You can choose to take a boat tour, but I like to go shopping, so I just took the Ferris wheel, climbed the Kobe Tower, took a photo with bekobe, harborland bought something, and hurried back to Osaka. In the future, I should have a good time in Kobe for a few days. I would like to go to Mount Maya Rokko Arima Hot Springs. Kobe beef will next time. .
The park located in the core area of Kobe Port is a must-see in Kobe
The entire park is adjacent to Kobe Port Tower and Ocean Park. In a port city characterized by crowded hillsides, such a large open space is very rare.
Preston_Dominguez: 2 Hatobacho, Chuo Ward, Kobe, Hyogo Prefecture
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Golf Zone Kobe,Port of Kobe,Kitano ijinkangai,Former Thomas's House,Ikuta Shrine