Japan: Kobe, Nagoya, Osaka11.04.2018 14:00
the Harbour of Kobe operates from the seventh century. Kobe has always been one of the most important commercial centers of Japan. The climate in Kobe pleasant and moderate. The average January temperature is + 6°C, in July + 27°C, average + 17°S. Kobe is a cosmopolitan city. Here are not only Japanese but also Chinese, immigrants from European countries and from America. Over the last decades, tourism remains one of the most rapidly developing industries in Kobe.
Kobe is located in the southwestern part of the island of Honshu. Here is Kansai international airport. Strategic location and proximity to Osaka caused high economic and cultural development of the city.
Ridge Rocco divides the city into two parts. South, highly urbanized part of Kobe stretches for 30 kilometers in length and two to four kilometers in width. It is home to most of the population of Kobe. In the Northern, more hilly part of the town, the municipality prefers to build environmentally friendly residential complexes.
for a Long time, Kobe was considered one of the best in terms of seismic safety of the cities of Japan. It was not until 1995, when a powerful earthquake occurred, known as Hanshin or Kobe earthquake. Force of tremors reached seven and a half points on the Richter scale. Fluctuations in the earth's crust lasted 20 seconds and caused considerable destruction in the city. Since then, Kobe has developed and adopted a program to provide early warning and minimize the amount of casualties and damage from natural disasters. Kobe has been fully restored in recent years significantly increased the flow of tourists.
Osaka, capital of the homonymous Prefecture in kinki (Kansai). It is an important industrial centre and major port. The ancient name of Osaka, Naniwa. Osaka is located 550 kilometers from the capital. The kinki area has a strategic position. In addition there are Osaka, Kyoto, Nara, Kobe, Wakayama, mie, Shiga and Fukui. Osaka Prefecture is one of two of the smallest in Japan. It has an area of 1892 sq. km. According to census 2000, in Osaka Prefecture is home to only seven percent of Japan's population. Then it was 8. 804. 806.
The average January temperature is + 6° C, in July + 28° C. the Annual temperature is about + 17,8° C. the rainy Season occurs in June and July. It is better to refrain from visiting Osaka in September and October as during these months, typhoons are frequent. These four months are the wettest of the year. In winter the temperature seldom falls below zero.
Tourists are primarily interested in the city Park of recreation and culture, castles, shopping, playing water sports. The nature of the Osaka prefectural fascinates with its beauty at any time of the year. Mountain landscapes mountain range cues in combination with views of the Pacific ocean will not leave anyone indifferent.
the Capital of Aichi Prefecture, Nagoya became a city in 1889 and in a short time has become one of the leading industrial centers of the country. Although the scenery of Nagoya is hardly unique, it was and still is the place which attracts numerous tourists arriving in the Country of the Rising Sun. Nagoya is located on the Pacific coast region Tuuba (Aichi Prefecture), a distance of 350 kilometers from Tokyo. The city area of about 326 sq. km.
The hottest month in Nagoya August when the temperature here reaches + 35° C. In January the temperature can drop below zero. A lot of rainfall in June and September.
The Nagoya castle you can see the unique paintings and ancient armor.
The temple of Atsuta Jingu - one of the most revered temples in Japan. Here is one of the three regalia of the emperors - Kusanagi-No-Tsuruga, or another Herbal Sword. According to legend, the sword once belonged to the ruler of Yamato Takeru.
Temple Bansho JI. This temple is famous for its theatre, where the actors are mechanical puppets.
If you love the sea flora and fauna, you should visit the municipal aquarium of Nagoya port. Television tower of Nagoya city deserves attention if only because it is the oldest in Japan. It was commissioned in the 1950s. in addition, you will get the opportunity to admire the surroundings from the height of bird flight.
In Nagoya there is something to see. But the main thing that attracts tourists is the numerous festivals that are held regularly in the city.