The house of Moegi was built as a residence of the Consul-General of the United States in 1903 and was designated as an important cultural asset of the country in 1980. A wooden two-story, preliminary boarded foreign-style hall, featuring two different bay windows (overhanging windows). Luxurious designs such as a staircase with an arabesque pattern and a heavy mantle piece are seen everywhere, and from the veranda on the second floor a wonderful view overlooking the city area of Kobe is spreading.
|ADDRESS||3-10-11 Kitano-cho Chuo-ku Kobe|
|HOURS OF OPERATION||9:00～18:00|
|GENERAL ADMISSION||350 yen|
High School Students and younger Free／Free admission for handicapped visitors and Kobe residents over 65 yrs.
|CLOSED||Third Wednesday of February and the following day|