Hold a banquet atop Mt. Rokko and be dazzled by the million dollar night view, taste culture and authentic Japanese Sake in the Nada brewing district, lap up history in the ancient healing waters of Japan’s oldest hot springs in Arima, be intrigued and charmed by Kitano, the old foreign settlement area where Japanese and 19th century European architecture collide. Kobe has a wide variety of unique programs and venues designed to provide delegates with the quintessential Kobe experience.
THE GARDEN PLACE SOSHUEN
ROKKOSAN SILENCE RESORT
KOBE GEIHINKAN Former Guest House
the Hillside Kobe
Minatogawa Shrine Nanko Hall
Kobe Shu-shin-kan Breweries
Kitano Club Sola
Kobe is the birthplace of Jazz in Japan. There are a large number of house bands.
Kobe City Fire Department Brass Band
This Brass Band provides 250 performances or more at events related to fire prevention and other events hosted by Kobe city every year.
Famous feature of the Kobe citizensʼ festival in spring. Samba with cheerful rhyme is powerful and appealing.
The traditional arts of Tokushima in Shikoku
Koto (Japanese Harp)
Ikuta School tradition, one-string Suma Goto
Japanese drum attraction includes Kobe taiko, Arima Mansuke taiko and Ebisu taiko.
Kagami biraki (opening of ceremonial sake barrel)
People in Japan celebrate the new year by opening a sake barrel, or the Kagami biraki ceremony.
Arima Geigi (professional female entertainer)
A traditional entertainment of Arima Onsen, Arima Geigis entertain visitors with dances that vary in style according to the season of the year.