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Kitano-cho, Part II

Posted on 1 September 2012

Travel Date: 3 November 2010
Location: Kobe city centre, Kitano-cho

Continue from previous post, I visited the two most popular ijinkan in Kitano-cho: the Weathercock House and the Moegi House. It wasn’t really necessary or very worthwhile – I had just too much time to kill here.


Weathercock House 風見鶏の館

Built by G. Thomas in 1909, this red brick building is named after the weathercock on top of its roof – probably the most famous one in Kobe. It’s charging 500Y per entry but the better choice will be getting the Weathercock House + Moegi House combo tickets for only 600Y.

The living room

Else, daughter of Thomas

Dining hall


Kazamidori no Tamago 風見鶏のタマゴ

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Located right on top of the information centre (which is just 10 metres away from the Weathercock House), I hopped into Kazamidori no Tamago for some late breakfast. Kazamidori no Tamago means Whethercock’s Egg by the way. Cock and egg, interesting. :P

Here to cure my hunger!

Meal with a view

Scramble egg & toast set for 800Y, tourist price

Coffee or tea (can’t recall by now ^^”) that comes with the set

Watching a street performer doing his stuff at Kitano-cho Plaza while enjoying my toasts from above


Montmartre is where movies Amélie and Moulin Rouge sets took place right? Hope to visit one day!

Spot a lady in witch hat selling her crafts


Moegi House 萌黄の館

Moegi House, also known as Kobayashi Family House or former Sharp’s House, built in 1903 – nothing too special as well, yet a single entry ticket costs 300Y, ouch.

Pretty simple wooden house

Love how the sun shines through the windows


A piece of chimney which collapsed during the 1995 Great Hanshin Earthquake

How To Get There

  • About 10-15 min walking north from JR Sannomiya Station (三ノ宮駅)

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