If You Miss Traveling, You Must Go on This Virtual Tour in Kobe City
Take a look at pictures from famous touring spots.
Since it’s a little difficult for us to go on a trip these days for a vacation, we all miss the feeling of traveling to a different country. Since we are advised to stay at home, why don’t you try flipping through travel magazines, or scroll through social media to virtually visit places around the world?
Pictures of touring spots and facilities were featured on the special page of Trip Abroad in Kobe which launched last July 6 on the website Feel KOBE of the Official Travel Guide of Kobe to make people feel like they are in the beautiful city of Kobe, Japan
This special page is full of touring spots from Kobe.
An herb garden on a hill.
The townscape of retro buildings will make you feel like you’re in New York 5th Avenue!
Kobe has prospered as a key junction of trade between countries since the opening of the port of Kobe in 1868. There are many popular spots to visit and gourmet food to try so you can experience the cultures of various countries. At Kobe Nunobiki Herb Gardens, you can enjoy an atmosphere similar to Germany.
A town that’s like New York, The Former Foreign Settlement of Kobe, is another multi-cultural must-visit spot. Aside from these two, there are 40 other fascinating places introduced in the website for everyone to see.
There is a campaign in which you can win a coupon to tour around Kobe when you post a photo on Instagram.
The campaign runs from July 1 to September 8 with lotteries held every week where 50 people win each round. Participate in this campaign and get the chance to visit the actual city of Kobe!
Access the Official Travel Guide of Kobe website “Feel KOBE” and visit the city without leaving your home. Look for spots that pique your interests and take them down so you can remember to visit them on your future trip.
*Please take note of the precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Let’s make sure to wear masks, avoid the 3Cs (Closed spaces with poor ventilation, Crowded places with many people nearby, Close-contact settings such as close-range conversations), practice social distancing, and follow the proper coughing etiquette.
Provided by Japan WalkerTM, WalkerplusTM, and Tokyo WalkerTM, (7 July 2020)