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Kawasaki Good Times World, Kobe

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Absorb over 100 years of engineering history at Kawasaki Good Times World, a museum dedicated to the Kawasaki Heavy Industries Group. Learn how the company has conquered a wide variety of environments by utilizing a plethora of technologies, from the deep sea to land, air, and space. Here you'll see examples of a vast range of vehicles and technologies, including trains, motorbikes, helicopters, and robots, with many of them open to explore internally and sit inside. You'll also have the opportunity to buy company-related items that can't be found anywhere else in the gift shop. Plan my day in Kobe using traveler tips and tourist information provided by Inspirock.
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  • A really good little museum. As Kawasaki is one of the most important Japanese companies that existed through the Meiji restoration, WW2, and up to the modern era....this museum is also a history of.....  more
    A really good little museum. As Kawasaki is one of the most important Japanese companies that existed through the Meiji restoration, WW2, and up to the modern era....this museum is also a history of.....  more »
  • Adjoined to the Maritime museum at Meriken park this is a great display of all things Kawasaki, I had no idea they made so much! Everything from the recognisable motorbikes and jetskis to bullet... 
    Adjoined to the Maritime museum at Meriken park this is a great display of all things Kawasaki, I had no idea they made so much! Everything from the recognisable motorbikes and jetskis to bullet...  more »
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  • I got frustrated because there’s not the ship my family got to Brazil in 1935- Rio de Janeiro Maru and others ships that are important to the history of Japanese immigration to Brazil. The replica of first ship that transport Japanese immigrants to Brazil is small. I think this ship and others ships were part of Japanese emigration to Brazil deserve much more respect and attention.
  • Fun, and family orientated. Good for kids and young teens.

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