Kobe Flights

Kobe is the fifth largest city of Japan and the capital of the Hyogo prefecture .It was one of the first cities that started commercial relations with the West following the years after Japan’s seclusion and since then is a cosmopolitan city in every way.

Kobe has a technologically advanced airport that serves in the best possible way the travelers. The Kobe airport primarily handles domestic flights, but it also serves international charter flights. It is based on an artificial Island and is only 13 km far from the center of the city. 37 km away you can also find the Osaka international airport which handles a larger number of international flights.

Kobe airport is connected to Sannomiya station in central Kobe travelling time to Sannomija Station takes only 16 minutes.  

Kobe is considered as one of the most attractive cities of Japan so for whatever reason that you might have traveled to Kobe, seize the opportunity and explore this unique city that managed to survive from the tremendous Great Hanshin Awaji earthquake in 1955.

If you want to get to know the city but you don’t have a lot of time start from Kobe Harborland It is a shopping and entertainment region along the waterfront of Kobe’s port area. Here you can enjoy a coffee or a good meal, it is also the best place for shopping therapy and a popular meeting point. The two largest shopping complexes in the area are Mosaic and Canal Garden. Mosaic is a pleasant shopping complex along the waterfront with a variety of small fashion boutiques and a wide selection of restaurants; many offer a beautiful   view of the harbor.

If you are the adventurous type of person then   you must definitely visit Shin-Kobe Ropeway It  is one of three services that lift tourists up the southern slopes of the Rokko mountain chain. The ropeway departs from next to Shin-Kobe Station, Kobe's Shinkansen station. As it is lifting it passes by the Nunobiki Waterfall and the Nunobiki Herb Garden, giving a nice spherical view of both. So it’s like seeing many sights in one ride.

When Kobe was first opened to the foreigners the Kitano district was born.  It is located at the foot of the Rokko Mountain. There the merchants and diplomats lived during the second half of the 19th century. The mansions remain intact and are open to the public as museums, offering a different aspect of the city. This district is ideal for an afternoon walk.

Japan also has a really powerful tradition that will surprise you.  The Kobe City Museum is really the place you must see if you want to have a quick glimpse of Japan’s history. It was opened in 1982, merging the collections of the Kobe Archaeological Museum and Namban Art Museum. The museum's permanent exhibition shows an interesting collection of maps from different regions and periods of Japan’s culture as well as artifacts representing Japan's influence from foreign countries such as  cultural imports from China and Korea but also trading goods that entered Kobe after its port was opened in the Western World in the 19th century.

Airlines that offer direct domestic and international flights to Kobe

Skymark Airlines
Solaseed Air

There are direct connections with the following cities worldwide (Domestic Flights):
Tokyo (Haneda Airport)
Sapporo (New Chitose Airport)
Okinawa (Naha Airport)

* There are not direct international flights to Kobe

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