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  2. 神戸の観光スポットやイベント情報、コラム記事など、神戸旅がもっと楽しくなるコンテンツを発信しています。

  3. Hyōgo Prefecture - Wikipedia

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    Hyōgo Prefecture also has an IT industry, many heavy industries, metal and medical, Kobe Port being one of the largest ports in Japan. Kobe Port also hosts one of the world's fastest supercomputers, [8] and Hyogo Prefecture passed laws to keep Kobe Port free of nuclear weapons (a nuclear-free zone ) since the year 1975.

  4. World Weather API and Weather Forecast

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    The latest weather forecasts for the UK and worldwide. Offering weather forecasts up to 14 days in advance, hourly forecasting, weather warnings and more.

  5. Kobe (神戸, Kōbe) is the capital of Hyogo Prefecture and one of Japan's ten largest cities. Located between the sea and the Rokko mountain range, Kobe is also considered one of Japan's most attractive cities. Kobe has been an important port city for many centuries.

  6. EMBASSY OF PANAMA IN JAPAN

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    重要なお知らせ. 移転のお知らせ / Relocation announcement 2022/7/6コロナウイルス(CoViD-19)関連情報:入国について

  7. Kobe child murders - Wikipedia

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    The Kobe child murders (Japanese: 神戸連続児童殺傷事件, Hepburn: Kōbe renzoku jidō sasshō jiken) occurred in Suma, Kobe, Japan, on March 16 and May 27, 1997.. Two victims, Ayaka Yamashita (山下 彩花, Yamashita Ayaka), aged 10, and Jun Hase (土師 淳, Hase Jun), aged 11, were murdered by a 14-year-old boy reportedly named Shinichiro Azuma (東 真一郎, Azuma Shin'ichirō ...