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Station / Airport / Port Spots in Hyogo Area

  • Tsuna Port
    Transportation
    Hyougo Pref. Awajishi Shiduki
    A port situated in front of Shizuki, Awaji City. As no regular boat lines visit the port today, the port's terminal building is used as a bus terminal. In the Edo period, the port was known for its favorable winds, and on good days it is said a vessel could reach Naniwa (Osaka) in half a day. The entire large harbor dock in the center is a popular fishing destination and, thanks to the good tide flow here, many fishing lovers come here seeking to catch specific fish varieties. In spring, fishers can target black rockfish, fat greenlings, and righteye flounder; in summer, horse mackerel, pilchard, and mackerel. In addition to mornings and early evenings, night fishing here is also recommended.
  • Sannomiya(Hyogo)
    Transportation
    Hyougo Pref
  • Himeji
    Transportation
    Hyougo Pref
  • Shin-kobe
    Transportation
    Hyougo Pref
  • Nishinomiyakitaguchi
    Transportation
    Hyougo Pref
  • Kobe-sannomiya(Hanshin Line)
    Transportation
    Hyougo Pref
  • Kobe-sannomiya(Hankyu Line)
    Transportation
    Hyougo Pref
  • Motomachi(JR)
    Transportation
    Hyougo Pref
  • Kobe(Hyogo)
    Transportation
    Hyougo Pref
  • Akashi
    Transportation
    Hyougo Pref
  • Amagasaki(Tokaido Line)
    Transportation
    Hyougo Pref
  • Kakogawa
    Transportation
    Hyougo Pref
  • Takarazuka
    Transportation
    Hyougo Pref
  • Koshien
    Transportation
    Hyougo Pref
  • Ashiya(JR)
    Transportation
    Hyougo Pref
  • Nishiakashi
    Transportation
    Hyougo Pref
  • Amagasaki(Hanshin Line)
    Transportation
    Hyougo Pref
  • Kinosakionsen
    Transportation
    Hyougo Pref
  • Sanda
    Transportation
    Hyougo Pref
  • Itami(Fukuchiyama Line)
    Transportation
    Hyougo Pref

Hyogo Main Areas

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Hyogo prefecture stretches from the north coast to the south coast on the western end of the popular Kansai region, encompassing verdant mountains, urban beaches, and fantastic historical sights. The prefecture’s main attractions lie along the south coast at Kobe, the prefectural capital, a pretty harbor city best known for its production of the renowned Kobe beef, and Himeji, the home of Himeji Castle, one of the country’s most beautifully preserved feudal castles, perched magically atop a hill.

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