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 2024 International Conference on 
 Resources, Energy and Environmental Technology
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Kobe, Japan
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January 13-14, 2024
 
 
 
 
   
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The detail conference venue information will be available about two weeks before the opening of the conference.

Kobe Attractions


Kobe is located in Hyogo Prefecture in the southwest of Honshu, one of the four major islands of Japan. Kobe is located near the Rokaka Mountains to the north facing the Osaka Bay of the Seto Inland Sea. Kobe is one of the few harbor cities in the world and is also the capital of Hyogo Prefecture. This famous Japanese trading port has a history of thousands of years. The first artificial island in the world was completed here in 1981, and the style of the 21st world composite city, including the world's longest suspension bridge, is the main feature of the city. Due to the early influence of Western culture, Kobe is full of cultural collision between the East and the West, both from the city buildings and people's lifestyles are different from the traditional areas of Japan. Superior natural environment, warm climate, four distinct seasons. There are many tourist attractions in the territory, and you can also fully enjoy the fun of food and shopping.


Kobe City, located in western Japan, is the seat of Hyogo Prefecture and is one of the designated cities by the government, having been included in Forbes magazine's "25 Cleanest Cities in the World" in 2007. "Kobe" this place name, originated from the Shengda Shrine, now the city center of the three palace, Motomachi area was once the shrine territory, Shengda Shrine appeared in the Japanese secretary and the pillow-grass son, is a famous shrine with a long history, worship the Japanese female honor, it is said to bless the worshiper's marriage and health, many people to eliminate evil and visit here. Rokaka Mountain is located in the northeast of Kobe City, Meiji period, foreign villas have been built here, Kanaka Pavilion Rokaka, Rokaka Alpine Garden, rotating Ten observation platform is a famous tourist attractions, winter can also ski, but also is the best place to watch the Kobe Port night view, known as "10 million dollars of gold can not be exchanged for the night view." Arima hot spring is the oldest hot spring in the Kansai region of Japan, known as the "hinterland of Kobe" said, is one of the three famous springs in Japan (Xiami-Lu hot spring, Kusatsu hot spring), according to the Japanese secretary "Shu Ming Ji" records, Shu Ming Emperor driving the state horse (original for a) warm soup, into the bath and great joy, after the Qing Shaoyan is also in the "bed grass son", It is written that "Spring has seven Jiu Li Tang, horse tang, that Shu tang, Fu Tang, and total tang", and its name can be seen. In Kobe can also experience the exotic, Western architecture is concentrated in Kitanomachi Yamamoto, the old residence, and Chinatown Nanjing town, the most famous for Kazamidori no Yakata, its roof of the chicken weather beacon, has become a symbol of Kobe. In addition, Kobe Port Bay Area, American Park, Kobe Port Tower and Kobe Marine Museum are the most famous tourist attractions in the Kobe Port area.

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Kobe Harborland is a large shopping complex located on the waterfront across from the port, facing Kobe Port Tower and Meriken Park Oriental Hotel. Harborland has become one of Kobe’s top tourist attractions with over 200 stores, restaurants, museums and entertainment. If you only have one night in Kobe, we recommend you visit Kobe Harborland and dine at one of the waterfront restaurants at Mosaic. The Fisherman’s Market at Kobe Mosaic is quite popular. The Mosaic boardwalk is arguably the best place in Kobe to watch the sunset.
One of the most popular Kobe attractions is Arima Onsen, Japan’s oldest and most famous hot spring town. Wandering the narrow streets of Arima Onsen offers a glimpse into Japan’s ancient past. It’s said that emperors and samurai would visit Arima Onsen to soak in its healing hot springs. Arima Onsen is accessible by taking the Rokko Cable Car and Rokko-Arima Ropeway, which makes for a fun day trip from Kobe. Plan for a full day if you want to include time on Mount Rokko. Or stay overnight at a traditional Japanese ryokan.
First on the list of things to do in Kobe is to indulge in the delicacy that shares it’s name – Kobe beef. Unless, of course, you don’t eat meat. If that’s you, skip to the next recommendation – nothing to see here. Kobe is famous for wagyu beef, arguably the finest cut of beef in the world, which comes from the Tajima strain of Japanese Black cattle. People travel from far and wide to taste this mouth-watering, perfectly-marbled beef.
The most recognizable landmark in Kobe is the Kobe Port Tower. The 354 foot tower has multiple observation floors that offer 360 degree panoramic views of the city, harbor and Mount Rokko. Kobe Port Tower is open year round. Depending on when you travel to Kobe, the best time to visit the Port Tower observation deck is just before sunset. The city sparkles at night.
More than 100 restaurants and shops make up Kobe’s Chinatown, also known as Nankin-machi. It’s one of Japan’s largest Chinatowns, although it only covers a geographical area of approximately 200 meters by 100 meters. The lively streets of Nankinmachi see a constant flow of people, especially in the evening and at night. This is a great place to sample a variety of street food in Kobe, including steamed dumplings, pork buns, Peking duck wraps, noodle soups and deep fried croquettes.
The most famous temple in Kobe is Ikuta Shrine, said to be one of the oldest shrines in Japan. Ikuta Shrine is centrally located and easy to access by foot from Sannomiya Station. There are many temples, shrines and tori gates within the grounds at Ikuta Shrine. Plan to spend at least one hour exploring this beautiful shrine. The temple is free to enter.
Kobe Harborland is a large shopping complex located on the waterfront across from the port, facing Kobe Port Tower and Meriken Park Oriental Hotel. Harborland has become one of Kobe’s top tourist attractions with over 200 stores, restaurants, museums and entertainment. If you only have one night in Kobe, we recommend you visit Kobe Harborland and dine at one of the waterfront restaurants at Mosaic. The Fisherman’s Market at Kobe Mosaic is quite popular. The Mosaic boardwalk is arguably the best place in Kobe to watch the sunset.
One of the most popular Kobe attractions is Arima Onsen, Japan’s oldest and most famous hot spring town. Wandering the narrow streets of Arima Onsen offers a glimpse into Japan’s ancient past. It’s said that emperors and samurai would visit Arima Onsen to soak in its healing hot springs. Arima Onsen is accessible by taking the Rokko Cable Car and Rokko-Arima Ropeway, which makes for a fun day trip from Kobe. Plan for a full day if you want to include time on Mount Rokko. Or stay overnight at a traditional Japanese ryokan.
First on the list of things to do in Kobe is to indulge in the delicacy that shares it’s name – Kobe beef. Unless, of course, you don’t eat meat. If that’s you, skip to the next recommendation – nothing to see here. Kobe is famous for wagyu beef, arguably the finest cut of beef in the world, which comes from the Tajima strain of Japanese Black cattle. People travel from far and wide to taste this mouth-watering, perfectly-marbled beef.
The most recognizable landmark in Kobe is the Kobe Port Tower. The 354 foot tower has multiple observation floors that offer 360 degree panoramic views of the city, harbor and Mount Rokko. Kobe Port Tower is open year round. Depending on when you travel to Kobe, the best time to visit the Port Tower observation deck is just before sunset. The city sparkles at night.
More than 100 restaurants and shops make up Kobe’s Chinatown, also known as Nankin-machi. It’s one of Japan’s largest Chinatowns, although it only covers a geographical area of approximately 200 meters by 100 meters. The lively streets of Nankinmachi see a constant flow of people, especially in the evening and at night. This is a great place to sample a variety of street food in Kobe, including steamed dumplings, pork buns, Peking duck wraps, noodle soups and deep fried croquettes.
The most famous temple in Kobe is Ikuta Shrine, said to be one of the oldest shrines in Japan. Ikuta Shrine is centrally located and easy to access by foot from Sannomiya Station. There are many temples, shrines and tori gates within the grounds at Ikuta Shrine. Plan to spend at least one hour exploring this beautiful shrine. The temple is free to enter.
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