About this sight
Kitano is a part of Kobe city that is known as a former district of foreign merchant and diplomat residences.
The English House
The Kitano area has many old Western-style building, which were built by European settlers during the Meiji Era.
Starbucks (Kobe Kitano Ijinkan)
This particular Starbucks coffee shop is located in a century-old Western style wooden building.
Kobe Kitano Museum
Kitano itself is a historical district with a rich history of western influences and many old western houses remain. This art museum features many western piece
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Just a 10-minute walk from Sannomiya and Shin-Kobe Train Stations, Green Hill Hotel offers rooms with a tea maker and private bathroom. Free WiFi access is avai
Kobe Kitano Hotel
Featuring 2 gourmet restaurants, Kobe Kitano Hotel offers superb dining experiences and elegantly decorated guestrooms fitted with British interiors. JR Sannomi
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