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Kobe is a city located in Japan's Kansai region, and is the capital of Hyogo Prefecture and has a population of 1.5 million people

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Background imageKobe Collection: Three Japanese Geisha girls playing Go

Three Japanese Geisha girls playing Go
Three Japanese Geisha girls in Kobe, Japan, playing the popular boardgame Go in their beautiful Kimonos

Background imageKobe Collection: Kobe, Japan skyline at the port and tower

Kobe, Japan skyline at the port and tower

Background imageKobe Collection: Marika

Marika
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Background imageKobe Collection: Kurumi

Kurumi
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Background imageKobe Collection: Map of Japan in Provinces in time of Iyeyasu, 1903. Creator: Unknown

Map of Japan in Provinces in time of Iyeyasu, 1903. Creator: Unknown
Map of Japan in Provinces in time of Iyeyasu, 1903. Tokugawa Ieyasu (1543-1616) first shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate which ruled Japan from 1600-1868 and is known as the Edo period

Background imageKobe Collection: Feudal Map of Japan in 1615, (1903). Creator: Unknown

Feudal Map of Japan in 1615, (1903). Creator: Unknown
Feudal Map of Japan in 1615, (1903). The feudal period of Japanese history was a time when powerful families (daimyo) and military warlords (shogun) ruled Japan

Background imageKobe Collection: Feudal Map of Japan between 1564 -73, (1903). Creator: Unknown

Feudal Map of Japan between 1564 -73, (1903). Creator: Unknown
Feudal Map of Japan between 1564 -73, (1903). The feudal period of Japanese history was a time when powerful families (daimyo) and military warlords (shogun) ruled Japan

Background imageKobe Collection: Feudal Map of Japan before Sekigahara, 1903. Creator: Unknown

Feudal Map of Japan before Sekigahara, 1903. Creator: Unknown
Feudal Map of Japan before Sekigahara, 1903. The feudal period of Japanese history was a time when powerful families (daimyo) and military warlords (shogun) ruled Japan

Background imageKobe Collection: Port Tower and Maritime Museum, Kobe, Kansai, Japan

Port Tower and Maritime Museum, Kobe, Kansai, Japan

Background imageKobe Collection: View of Kobe from the harbour, Japan

View of Kobe from the harbour, Japan
View of Kobe, including the Water Police Station, from the harbour, Japan. circa 1920

Background imageKobe Collection: New railway bridge, Kobe, Japan, c. 1880

New railway bridge, Kobe, Japan, c. 1880
New railway bridge, Kobe, Japan, c.1880

Background imageKobe Collection: Street scene with trams and shops, Kobe, Japan

Street scene with trams and shops, Kobe, Japan. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageKobe Collection: The Village of Nunobiki yama, near Kobe - Nunobiki yama, Kobe - Japan 1880-1910 - Hand coloured

The Village of Nunobiki yama, near Kobe - Nunobiki yama, Kobe - Japan 1880-1910 - Hand coloured photo
CSO4980365 The Village of Nunobiki yama, near Kobe - Nunobiki yama, Kobe - Japan 1880-1910 - Hand coloured photo; (add.info.: The Village of Nunobiki yama, near Kobe - Nunobiki yama)

Background imageKobe Collection: Kobe - Oriental hotel - Japan 1880-1910 (photo)

Kobe - Oriental hotel - Japan 1880-1910 (photo)
CSO4981167 Kobe - Oriental hotel - Japan 1880-1910 (photo); (add.info.: Kobe - Oriental hotel - Japan); Photo © DDF. All rights reserved 2024

Background imageKobe Collection: Nanko temple of Kobe - Japan 1880-1910 (photo)

Nanko temple of Kobe - Japan 1880-1910 (photo)
CSO4981177 Nanko temple of Kobe - Japan 1880-1910 (photo); (add.info.: Nanko temple of Kobe - Japan); Photo © DDF. All rights reserved 2024

Background imageKobe Collection: Kobe, Ikuta Shrine, c.1910 (postcard)

Kobe, Ikuta Shrine, c.1910 (postcard)
2005575 Kobe, Ikuta Shrine, c.1910 (postcard); Private Collection; (add.info.: Geography. Ikuta Shrine, Shinto shrine in Kobe. Postcard, Japan, ca 1910.); Photo © CCI

Background imageKobe Collection: Rue de Kobe - Japan 1880-1910 (photo)

Rue de Kobe - Japan 1880-1910 (photo)
CSO4981165 Rue de Kobe - Japan 1880-1910 (photo); (add.info.: Rue de Kobe - Japan); Photo © DDF. All rights reserved 2024

Background imageKobe Collection: Kobe, Motomati Dori

Kobe, Motomati Dori
1996177 Kobe, Motomati Dori; (add.info.: Coll. Part. Geography. Japan, Kobe: Motomachi Dori. Postcard, Japan, ca 1930.); Photo © CCI

Background imageKobe Collection: Harbor of Kobe - Japan 1880-1910 - Hand coloured photo

Harbor of Kobe - Japan 1880-1910 - Hand coloured photo
CSO4982225 Harbor of Kobe - Japan 1880-1910 - Hand coloured photo; (add.info.: Harbor of Kobe - Japan 1880-1910 - Hand coloured photo); Photo © DDF. All rights reserved 2024

Background imageKobe Collection: Pres Kobe - Japan 1880-1910 (photo)

Pres Kobe - Japan 1880-1910 (photo)
CSO4981175 Pres Kobe - Japan 1880-1910 (photo); (add.info.: Pres Kobe - Japan); Photo © DDF. All rights reserved 2024

Background imageKobe Collection: Between Kobe and Miyajima (Itsuku shima) - Japan 1880-1910

Between Kobe and Miyajima (Itsuku shima) - Japan 1880-1910
CSO4981181 Between Kobe and Miyajima (Itsuku shima) - Japan 1880-1910 -; (add.info.: Between Kobe and Miyajima (Itsuku shima) - Japan 1880-1910 -); Photo © DDF. All rights reserved 2024

Background imageKobe Collection: Daibutsu a Kobe - Japan 1880-1910 (photo)

Daibutsu a Kobe - Japan 1880-1910 (photo)
CSO4981171 Daibutsu a Kobe - Japan 1880-1910 (photo); (add.info.: Daibutsu a Kobe - Japan); Photo © DDF. All rights reserved 2024

Background imageKobe Collection: Kobe, Japan

Kobe, Japan
1996052 Kobe, Japan; (add.info.: Kobe, Japon: Theatre Daikokuza et Temple Nanko. Coll. Part. Geography. Kobe, Japan: Daikokuza theatre and Nanko Temple.); Photo © CCI

Background imageKobe Collection: Yoshitsune inspecting the Defences of the Taira Army (litho)

Yoshitsune inspecting the Defences of the Taira Army (litho)
8661101 Yoshitsune inspecting the Defences of the Taira Army (litho) by Tyndale, Walter Frederick Roofe (1856-1943); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageKobe Collection: Plan of the Battle of Sekigahara, October 21st 1600, 1903. Creator: Unknown

Plan of the Battle of Sekigahara, October 21st 1600, 1903. Creator: Unknown
Plan of the Battle of Sekigahara, October 21st 1600, 1903. On October 21, 1600, troops were deployed on the Nakasendo mountain pass for the Battle of Sekigahara

Background imageKobe Collection: Feudal Map of Japan between 1573 -83, (1903). Creator: Unknown

Feudal Map of Japan between 1573 -83, (1903). Creator: Unknown
Feudal Map of Japan between 1573 -83, (1903). The feudal period of Japanese history was a time when powerful families (daimyo) and military warlords (shogun) ruled Japan

Background imageKobe Collection: Parade Crowd Japan 1930

Parade Crowd Japan 1930
JAPAN - CIRCA 1930s: Crowd of women and children waiting for parade, Kobe. (Photo by Charles Phelps Cushing/Retrofile/Getty Images)

Background imageKobe Collection: Japan, Honshu, Kansai, Kobe, Emmigrants Memorial Statue and Kobe Port Tower

Japan, Honshu, Kansai, Kobe, Emmigrants Memorial Statue and Kobe Port Tower

Background imageKobe Collection: Daimaru department store at dusk, Kobe, Kansai, Japan

Daimaru department store at dusk, Kobe, Kansai, Japan

Background imageKobe Collection: Cherry blossom and Japanese flag, Kobe, Kansai, Japan

Cherry blossom and Japanese flag, Kobe, Kansai, Japan

Background imageKobe Collection: View of Kobe, 1865. Creator: Unknown

View of Kobe, 1865. Creator: Unknown
View of Kobe, 1865

Background imageKobe Collection: Porch of the Ikuta Temple, Kobe, Japan, 1891. Creator: Charles Edwin Fripp

Porch of the Ikuta Temple, Kobe, Japan, 1891. Creator: Charles Edwin Fripp
Porch of the Ikuta Temple, Kobe, Japan, 1891. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 44. July to December, 1891

Background imageKobe Collection: Entrance to the Great Shinto Temple at Kobe, Japan, 1891. Creator: Charles Edwin Fripp

Entrance to the Great Shinto Temple at Kobe, Japan, 1891. Creator: Charles Edwin Fripp
Entrance to the Great Shinto Temple at Kobe, Japan, 1891. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 44. July to December, 1891

Background imageKobe Collection: Na: Nunobiki Waterfall, from the series 'Tales of Ise in Fashionable Brocade Pictures... c1772/73

Na: Nunobiki Waterfall, from the series "Tales of Ise in Fashionable Brocade Pictures... c1772/73
Na: Nunobiki Waterfall, from the series "Tales of Ise in Fashionable Brocade Pictures (Furyu nishiki-e Ise monogatari)", Japan, c. 1772/73

Background imageKobe Collection: Nunobiki Waterfall in Settsu Province (Sesshu Nunobiki no taki), from an untitled series of

Nunobiki Waterfall in Settsu Province (Sesshu Nunobiki no taki), from an untitled series of views of the provinces, 1854

Background imageKobe Collection: The Nunobiki Waterfall, Sesshu Province (Sesshu Nunobiki no taki), from the series 'One Hu... 1859

The Nunobiki Waterfall, Sesshu Province (Sesshu Nunobiki no taki), from the series "One Hu... 1859
The Nunobiki Waterfall, Sesshu Province (Sesshu Nunobiki no taki), from the series "One Hundred Famous Views in the Various Provinces (Shokoku meisho hyakkei)", 1859

Background imageKobe Collection: Long exposure of a colourful dusk at the illuminated Akashi Kaikyo Bridge

Long exposure of a colourful dusk at the illuminated Akashi Kaikyo Bridge, the longest suspension bridge in the world
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Background imageKobe Collection: Kobe, Japan - A komuso (monk of the Fuke sect) wearing a basket hat (tengai or tengui)

Kobe, Japan - A komuso (monk of the Fuke sect) wearing a basket hat (tengai or tengui) and playing the shakuhachi bamboo flute. Date: 1928

Background imageKobe Collection: First president and founding father of the Republic of China Sun Yat-sen arrives at Kobe

First president and founding father of the Republic of China Sun Yat-sen arrives at Kobe port with his wife Soong Ching-ling on the steamship Shanghai-Maru as they stop off in the Japanese city

Background imageKobe Collection: Last blows at Japan. Kobe Class escort carrier seen two days after she had been attacked

Last blows at Japan. Kobe Class escort carrier seen two days after she had been attacked by Naval Avenger Aircraft. Her back is broken, flight deck destroyed and focsle badly damaged

Background imageKobe Collection: Yokohama and Tokyo

Yokohama and Tokyo
Old illustration map of Yokohama and Tokyo

Background imageKobe Collection: Plan of the Osaka Second or Summer Campaign, 1615. 1903. Creator: Unknown

Plan of the Osaka Second or Summer Campaign, 1615. 1903. Creator: Unknown
Plan of the Osaka Second or Summer Campaign, 1615, 1903. The siege of Osaka was a series of battles by the Tokugawa shogunate against the Toyotomi clan

Background imageKobe Collection: Plan of the Osaka First or Winter Campaign, 1614, 1903. Creator: Unknown

Plan of the Osaka First or Winter Campaign, 1614, 1903. Creator: Unknown
Plan of the Osaka First or Winter Campaign, 1614, 1903. The siege of Osaka was a series of battles by the Tokugawa shogunate against the Toyotomi clan

Background imageKobe Collection: Tokaido & Nakasendo to illustrate the Sekigahara Campaign, 1903. Creator: Unknown

Tokaido & Nakasendo to illustrate the Sekigahara Campaign, 1903. Creator: Unknown
Tokaido & Nakasendo to illustrate the Sekigahara Campaign, 1903. The Battle of Sekigahara, October 21, 1600 led to establishment of the Tokugawa shogunate

Background imageKobe Collection: Buddhist pilgrims

Buddhist pilgrims
JAPAN - CIRCA 1930s: Buddhist pilgrim mother and child wearing traditional costume, begging for donations, Kobe. (Photo by Charles Phelps Cushing/Retrofile/Getty Images)

Background imageKobe Collection: A GENERAL VIEW OF LIGHTENING STRIKING OVER THE CITY OF KOBE

A GENERAL VIEW OF LIGHTENING STRIKING OVER THE CITY OF KOBE
A general view of lightening striking over the city of Kobe in Japan May 26, 2002. England played Cameroon in an international friendly ahead of the World Cup in Kobe earlier in the day

Background imageKobe Collection: Japan, Honshu, Kansai, Kobe, Kobe Port Tower and Kobe Maritime Museum

Japan, Honshu, Kansai, Kobe, Kobe Port Tower and Kobe Maritime Museum

Background imageKobe Collection: Japan, Honshu, Kansai, Kobe, Kobe Port Tower

Japan, Honshu, Kansai, Kobe, Kobe Port Tower



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Kobe Collection

Kobe is a city located in Japan's Kansai region, and is the capital of Hyogo Prefecture and has a population of 1.5 million people. Kobe is known for its port, which was one of the first to open to foreign trade in 1868 and has since become one of Japan's most important ports. The city also features numerous attractions, such as Mount Rokko, Nankinmachi (the old foreign settlement), and Kobe Tower, and is home to many universities and research institutes, making it an important center for education and research in Japan, and is also known for its delicious cuisine, including beef from nearby Tajima cattle farms as well as seafood from the nearby Seto Inland Sea.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Kobe collection from Media Storehouse offers a range of wall art and framed prints that capture the beauty, culture, and history of the Japanese city. Our collection features stunning photographs and artwork showcasing various aspects of Kobe, including its iconic landmarks such as Mount Rokko, Kobe Port Tower, and Akashi Kaikyo Bridge. Additionally, there are images depicting the vibrant street life in Kobe's bustling markets and shopping districts. Our collection also includes historical photos documenting significant events in Kobe's past such as the Great Hanshin earthquake of 1995. These images provide a unique glimpse into the city's resilience and recovery after this devastating natural disaster. Whether you're looking to decorate your home or office with beautiful artwork or searching for a meaningful gift for someone who loves Japan or has ties to Kobe specifically, our collection is sure to offer something special. With high-quality prints available in a variety of sizes and framing options, it's easy to find the perfect piece for any space.
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What are Kobe (Japan Asia) art prints?

Kobe art prints are a collection of high-quality, visually stunning artworks that showcase the beauty and culture of Kobe, Japan. These prints feature various iconic landmarks and scenes from the city, including its bustling streets, serene gardens, and majestic mountains. Each print is carefully crafted using premium materials to ensure longevity and durability. These art prints are perfect for anyone who loves Japanese culture or wants to add a touch of elegance to their home or office decor. They can be used as wall art in living rooms, bedrooms, offices or any other space where you want to create an atmosphere of sophistication and tranquility. Whether you're looking for a unique gift idea or simply want to enhance your own personal style with beautiful artwork inspired by one of Japan's most vibrant cities, Kobe art prints offer something truly special. With their rich colors and intricate details, these prints capture the essence of Kobe's charm and allure like no other medium can.
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What Kobe (Japan Asia) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Kobe art prints that are perfect for those who appreciate the beauty and culture of this vibrant city. From stunning landscapes to iconic landmarks, there is something for everyone in their collection. One popular option is the beautiful night-time view of Kobe's harbor, which showcases the city's bustling port and twinkling lights against a dark sky. Another favorite is an artistic rendering of the famous Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge, which spans across the Seto Inland Sea and connects Kobe to Awaji Island. For those interested in Japanese culture, Media Storehouse also offers prints featuring traditional architecture such as temples and shrines, as well as images showcasing local festivals like the Kobe Matsuri. Whether you're looking for a unique piece of art to decorate your home or office or simply want to celebrate your love for Japan's third-largest city, we have plenty of options to choose from.
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How do I buy Kobe (Japan Asia) art prints?

To buy Kobe art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of artwork featuring various styles and themes. Once you have found the print that catches your eye, simply select the size and framing options that suit your preferences. You can choose from a range of high-quality materials such as canvas or paper to ensure that your print looks stunning for years to come. To complete your purchase, add the item to your cart and proceed to checkout. At this stage, you will be prompted to enter your shipping information and payment details. We accept a variety of payment methods including credit cards and PayPal. Once you have completed the checkout process, Media Storehouse will begin processing your order. Your Kobe art print will then be carefully packaged and shipped directly to you so that it arrives in perfect condition. With its beautiful design and exceptional quality, this artwork is sure to make a striking addition to any home or office space.
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How much do Kobe (Japan Asia) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Kobe art prints at various price points. Our selection includes both contemporary and vintage pieces, featuring stunning landscapes, cityscapes, and cultural landmarks. The cost of these prints can vary depending on factors such as the size of the print, the type of paper or canvas it is printed on, and whether it is framed or unframed. We strive to provide affordable options for all customers while maintaining high-quality standards in our printing process. Our Kobe art prints are perfect for adding a touch of Japanese culture to any home or office space. Whether you're looking for a unique gift or simply want to decorate your walls with beautiful artwork, we have something for everyone at Media Storehouse.
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How will my Kobe (Japan Asia) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in delivering your Kobe art prints to you. We use high-quality packaging materials to ensure that your artwork arrives in perfect condition. Your prints will be carefully rolled and placed into a sturdy tube for protection during transit. We work with trusted delivery partners who provide reliable and efficient shipping services worldwide. Once your order is dispatched, you will receive an email confirmation along with tracking information so that you can keep track of the progress of your shipment. Our goal is to make sure that you are completely satisfied with your purchase from Media Storehouse, which is why we offer a hassle-free returns policy if for any reason you are not happy with your artwork upon receipt. Rest assured that when ordering from us, you can expect prompt and professional service every step of the way.