In your home country, I imagine that there are a lot of gorgeous foreign consulate buildings with a high sense of style. Many splendid consulates remain in Japan, too. However, if you want to go inside and look around, it's no easy task. For those who wish to see the inside of a consulate, I recommend visiting the former Dutch General Consulate, now called "The Fragrant Holland House". In addition to its beautiful exterior, visitors can observe interiors decorated with antique furniture.
|Address||2-15-10 Kitanocho, Chuo-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo|
|Access||About 15 minutes on foot from Sannomiya Station|
|Business Hours||9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (Closes at 5:00 in January and February)|
|Closed||Open every day|
|Admission||Regular:¥700, Junior/Senior High School Student: ¥500, Elementary School Student: ¥300 The Three-House Joint Passport This is a discounted admission ticket sold as a set to the following attractions: The Fragrant Holland House, Denmark House and Vienna Austria House. • Regular Admission: ¥1300 • Junior/Senior High School Student Admission: ¥1000 • Elementary School Student Admission ¥700|
Admission Discount・Get 10% off admission with the 3-House Joint Discount Passport
・It may be used until March 31, 2019.
・It cannot be combined with any other discount offers.
・The contents of the KOBE WELCOME COUPON booklet apply here.
・クーポン冊子「KOBE WELCOME COUPON」の内容を流用しています