Living in Hyogo
Hyogo Prefecture is located in the Kansai region of Japan. Kobe, its capital, is a part of the Osaka-Kyoto-Kobe metropolitan area, the second largest metropolitan area after Tokyo. Kobe has a unique atmosphere compared with other cities in Japan, with many Western-style structures and a strong international influence. Himeji Castle, located in Himeji City, is one of Japan's most famous castles, and has survived for over 400 years. Many non-Japanese reside in Hyogo Prefecture, the highest numbers of which being Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, and American. Hyogo Prefecture is well known for its beautiful scenery, beaches, mountains, onsen, and of course, the world-famous Kobe Beef.
Feels Like: 29˚ Low: 25˚ High: 29˚
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