Article(s) for the theme Museums and Galleries in Kobe

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Awaji Puppet Theater

The Awaji Puppet Theater has daily performances of Awaji Ningyo Joruri in a custom built theater with museum dedicated to this form of puppetry.

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Awajishima Museum

Awajishima Museum is the largest museum on Awaji Island, located at the base of Sumoto Castle. It has displays devoted to the history and culture of Awaji.

Musée Yokoo Tadanori

The Tadanori Yokoo Museum of Contemporary Art

Fans of contemporary art and Pop art will be delighted: in Kobe there is a museum entirely dedicated to the work of Japanese artist Tadanori Yokoo, considered the Asian Andy Warhol.

Namban Art

Kobe City Museum

While Japan can at times seem to be rather inward-looking, Kobe City Museum demonstrates that this isn't always the case!


Sawanotsuru Sake Museum

Sawanotsuru Sake Museum is an interesting museum dedicated to sake in Kobe, Hyogo Prefecture.

Kobe Earthquake Memorial Museum

The Kobe Earthquake Memorial Museum a part of the Disaster Reduction and Human Renovation Institution commemorates the events of the 1995 Kobe Earthquake.

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Kobe Maritime Museum

Kobe Maritime Museum opened in 1987 and celebrates the history of Kobe as a port and center of ship-building from its earliest beginnings to the present day.

The architecture of the Kobe Maritime Museum.

The Maritime Museum

Hard to miss with its architecture reminiscent of a fishing net. Located in the Meriken Park, Kobe Maritime Museum is dedicated to the Japanese Navy ...

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Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art

Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art: read a guide to the Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art in Kobe.

Kobe Fashion Museum

Kobe Fashion Museum - read a guide to Kobe Fashion Museum and Kobe Artists Museum on Rokko Island, Kobe.