Manhole cover. See the Weathercock in the center and port at upper right.
Marian Knox with Prof. Seiichi Fujita, Exec. VP, Kobe University
Steps to Rokkodai 1st Campus
Map of Rokkodai 1st Campus
Prof. Seiichi Fujita in his office
Fujita's office and the university look over the city of Kobe
The campus lies at the foot of Mount Rokko ...
... and the surrounding streets are hilly
The view from Mount Rokko; Osaka is across the bay.
The port from Mount Rokko; Osaka is across the bay.
Kobe port from Mount Rokko
A house in Kobe's Ijinkan (foreigners' area) early 1900s
Climbing the hill to Kobe's Ijinkan (foreign houses) early 1900s
The Weathercock House (1909) is 891 sq. meters
Downtown Kobe from the Ijinkan (foreigners' area)
A shop along the narrow uphill street
More Ijinkan (foreign houses)
In downtown, for Kobe beef
A gatehouse at a residence
Looking down to the center of the city
A residential tower, with the port in the distance
This seems to be a three-unit apartment building
Another house from the early 1900s
Walking to the train station (the first tall building): Shin-Kobe Oriental City.
The Kobe Tower (at the port) and the Weathercock House are in opposite corners of this manhole cover. In the lower right is a chef, probably with Kobe beef.
Bullet train from Shin-Kobe to Mount Fuji. Turn up the sound!