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Rokko Yahata Shrine, Kobe

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Landmark · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Rokko Yahata Shrine (六甲八幡神社, Rokkō Yahata-jinja) is a Japanese Shinto shrine near Hankyu Rokko Station in Nada-ku, Kobe. It is one of the biggest shrines in western Kobe along with the Sumiyoshi Shrine. It holds events on New Year's Day, the yakujin festival, setsubun and Shichi-Go-San. The big red torii gate at the entrance to the shopping mall is very large. It is at least 110 years old.

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  • A quiet and convenient place to enjoy a picnic lunch or mid afternoon snack. There are benches located under the trees where visitors can sit.  more »
  • An attractive small shrine near the Hankyu Rokko station, set in the trees.
  • Beautiful with a dragon water fountain. Very peaceful
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