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Kita-ku, Kobe

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Kita-ku, Kobe

Location of Kita-ku in Kobe City

Kita (北区 Kita-ku) is one of 9 wards of Kobe City in Japan. It has an area of 241.84 km², and a population of 226,402 (2008). Kita in Japanese means North. Kita-ku is the biggest ward which occupies the northeastern part of the city. Arima Onsen is located in Kita-ku.

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  • Kita-ku official website (Japanese)

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