Kita Park [KOBE / JAPAN]

Port of Japan - Coastal park offering a commanding view of Kobe Port Island North Park is abundant in natural ecology and it is located next to the iconic Kobe Bridge. Looking from the Port Island North Park, one can see famous landmarks such as the red Kobe Port Tower and Harborland, as well as ships entering and exiting the Port of Kobe. Within the verdant park, there is a refreshing dolphin fountain and Kitano Ijinkan (Western-style Houses) to create a diverse environment for your wedding photographs In addition, the Port Island North Park is also the perfect venue to admire the sunset.

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Kita Park

Location
Seascape
Western-Style

Kita Park

Kita Park
Kita Park
Kita Park
Kita Park

Nature in abundance -
Lush green park

Next to the red Kobe Bridge and the ocean, the Port Island North Park features verdant trees and luxuriant grassland. Local residents often come to the grassland to enjoy the invigorating sea breeze. Whether rolling on the grassland surrounded by lush trees, taking a stroll by the coast, or admiring the beautiful imagery formed by the white European architecture against the backdrop of azure sky, these are the enchanting views you can enjoy when shooting at the Port Island North Park.

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Kita Park

Kita Park
Kita Park
Kita Park

Admire the streets of Kobe -
Stunning view of sunset colors

At sundown, please come to the Port Island North Park. As the sun sets gracefully, the streets of Kobe across the ocean is tinted in the afterglow. Gradually, the color transforms from yellow to orange, tangerine and crimson red before the light is shrouded by darkness to mark the end of the day. With the sea breeze blowing on your face, watching sunset at the Port Island North Park is a unique experience.

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  • Kita Park
  • Kita Park

Kita Park

Century-old western building

Port Island North Park has a white Western-style building called "Kitano Ijinkan", which was formerly the residence of an American trader back in 1906. It was subsequently relocated to the current location in 1981. The white walls are surrounded by greenness to make it the most attractive Western-style building in the port city of Kobe.

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