Mt. Rokko Nature Conservation Center &Mt. Rokko Guide House
The Hyogo Prefectural Mt. Rokko Nature Conservation Center in the Setonaikai National Park was established as a place where visitors can learn about the plants and animals of the mountain through photographic displays and specimens.
It also serves as a study and rest area, and as a center to promote nature conservation and contact with nature, offering park information and pamphlets.
The Mt. Rokko Guide House was established in April 2005 as an information center.
From April 2017, Nathan S. Bryan who lives on Mt. Rokko will be helping to provide information in English about Mt. Rokko. Twice a month he will also be at the Guide House. Looking forward to meeting people from around the world!
|Sat, Sun, holidays||9:30－16:00|
Mondays; if Monday is a public holiday, then closed on the following day.
Also closed during the winter period as below.
|12/1－3/31||The Main Building|
Features an aerial photograph of the entirety of Mt. Rokko on the floor of the
Exhibition Room. Panels and Video introduce outlines of Mt. Rokko.
Equipped with a video projector, a microphone and a loud speaker. Available for
training session use. (Reservation required)
・Kobe Free WiFi Access Point
・Maps and Information in English.
Green mountains make up the Rokko Mountain Range which stretches for about 30 km from east to west. This area is well known in Kansai as an outdoor leisure zone.
Mt. Rokko Nature Conservation Center
Address: 123 Kita-Rokko, Rokkosan-cho, Nada-ku, Kobe, Hyogo, Japan
The Main Building (Only in Japanese)
TEL (FAX) 078-891-0616
Guide House (Only in Japanese)
TEL (FAX) 078-891-0808