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Hyogo intro. Hyogo prefecture is located on the main island of Japan, named Honshu, and contains several cities such as: Kobe, which is the capital; Fukusaki; and Himeji, where many visitors looking for Hyogo hotels stay as one of the island’s most loved attractions, a castle, is located here. The Kobe Park area of the city is ideal for couples, families and singles as it is nearby to many attractions such as a marine park. Kobe City has an abundance of local restaurants and a vibrant nightlife, as well as attractions such as the Sake Museum. The views of the Inland Sea from Kobe’s highest point are priceless. The prefecture at large has several onsen, or hot springs, where bathers can relax in the therapeutic warm waters with friends. The onsen at Toyooka and Shinonsen are among the most popular. There are three national parks within Hyogo’s boundaries, including Sanin Kaigan. Author:
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