The entrance to Mt. Nunobiki° 1°ň
[ID] 2805°°°°( ID:2805 )
[Photographer] unknown
[Album]
[Place] Kobe
[Date] unknown
[Color] color
[Size] 253x195
[Cabinet] 56-13-0
[Keyword] street/mountain/fall/teahouse
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View of the area near present-day Shin Kobe Station (Sanyo Shinkansen Line) and the New Kobe Oriental Hotel in Chuo Ward. Taken in the latter half of the Meiji Period. On the hillside to the left of the "Takimichi" (waterfall road) is a hot spring called "Nunobiki Spa" fed by boiling-hot, carbonated spring water from underground. There used to be many inns, restaurants, and teahouses along the road continuing from the northeast of Ikuta Shinto Shrine to this area. Many people visited here to enjoy the cool air during summer.