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Feel KOBE

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Kobe Tourism Bureau
  • BE KOBE
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  • Akashi Kaikyo Bridge
  • Harborland

CLICK HERE to go to Feel Photo, the official sightseeing Photo Library of Kobe.

Introduction to Kobe

Kobe is a city where you can feel the rich nature, surrounded by the sea and mountains. Kobe, which has many communities of foreigners with a long history as an international city, has a compact business area and residential area, and is highly convenient, and easy to live in.

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Working in Kobe

We have compiled information that non-Japanese citizens should know about working in Kobe, such as the working environment and systems in Japan, the flow of job hunting, and business styles. Make sure to check it and prepare in advance so that you can work without any concerns.

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Living in Kobe

Information about food and drink, non-Japanese communities, recreation, and more.
Kobe is home to many multinational non-Japanese citizens, enabling international interactions in the city.

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title_interviewPeople Working in Kobe

  • Sara Coyote Pope
  • JONATHAN FALL
  • Nick Barua COO
  • Linjung Chiu
  • Virgin
  • Chi Woong Yoon
  • Peter Cassidy
  • Shang Zeyu