A LUSH, GREEN REFUGE, CHERISHED BY ARTISTS AND INTELLECTUALS.
Mount Rokko was developed by foreigners in the Meiji Era as a place for rest and recreation. Filled with birds, animals, trees and wild flowers that change with the seasons, the natural beauty of Mount Rokko is protected as a part of Seto Inland Sea National Park.
Near Kobe, Mount Rokko towers 931 metres above sea level and is known for its stunning views of the Hanshin region and Seto Inland Sea. Local delicacies include a treasure trove of tempting sea and mountain delights.
For those who enjoy simpler pleasures, a hike up Mount Rokko is a given. Once you’ve experienced the magic of this area, you’ll want to return again and again.
Opened in 1929, the original Rokkosan Hotel was designated a Heritage of Industrial Modernization site in 2007. The guest book is filled with the names of artists and celebrities who stayed there in bygone days.
The elegance of the hotel’s past is brought back to life in the newly-renovated Rokkosan Silence Resort.
Our grand opening is July 20th, 2019. Peace and serenity await you.
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