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Hyogo prefecture offers much to see and do with its nature, sports, industry, transportation, and museums. Hyogo boasts a wide variety of sites that are unique in the world including the world’s longest suspension bridge Akashi Kaikyou Bridge, San’in Kaigan Geopark, Takarazuka Opera, and ‘Nada sake’ loved by people worldwide. Hyogo prefecture offers many experiences that will impress, such as nature experiences including hiking and kayaking, handicraft experiences including Japanese candle and pottery making, as well as the memorial hall of Tezuka Osamu, a famous Japanese cartoonist.

San'in Kaigan Geopark

San’in Kaigan Geopark affiliated with the Global Geopark network offers various experiences. Among which, we recommend kayaking. You can observed the impressive coastline while looking out at the beautiful view of the Japanese coast.You can even enter caves that boats cannot enter. At Takeno Kaigan, the spot called the blue cave is very beautiful.

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Tachikui Sue-no-Sato (Tachikui Pottery Village)

Of town where Tanba-yaki Ware which is one of the oldest ceramics is made as for the Tachikui Sue-no-Sato (Tachikui Pottery Village) in Japan leading. Here, you can experience ceramics and enjoy clay workmanship, and ceramic painting. There is also a museum within the hall to learn about the history and technique of tanbayaki. We can purchase earthenware in "Kamamoto-Yokocho". The outskirts are dotted with potteries of Tanba-yaki Ware.

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The Osamu Tezuka Manga Museum

The Osamu Tezuka Manga Museum is a museum dedicated to Osamu Tezuka, a legendary Japanese cartoonist. Born Takarazuka City has Osamu Tezuka. Character goods and manuscripts such as Astro Boy are displayed in hall. There is also a corner where visitors can make their own animation. The library offers Tezuka’s manga translated into foreign languages to read.

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