|Elevation||931.6 m (3,056 ft)|
|Location||Kobe, Hyōgo, Japan|
There is no single mountain or peak called "Rokkō," although the highest peak of the mountains is called Rokkōsan-Saikōhō (六甲山最高峰?), (literally, the highest peak of the Rokkō Mountains) and the area to the south is known as the Rokkō area. The mountains run approximately east-west from Sumaura Kōen Park in western Kobe to Takarazuka, and the length of the range is about 56 km. The highest point is 931m. It also includes Mount Maya, Mount Kabutoyama, Mount Iwahara and Mount Iwakura.
Points of interest
For many years, lenses made by the Minolta Camera Company were designated as "Rokkor", named after the mountains near Osaka, where the company was headquartered.
- Rokkō Sanjō Staition of Rokkō Cable Line
- Kinenhidai Bus Stop of Hankyu Bus
- Hoshi no Eki Station of Maya Cable
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to The mountainous region of Rokko.|
- Hōrai Valley
- Kamakura Valley
- Rokkō oroshi - gale blowing down from Mt. Rokkō
- Rokkō oroshi (song)
- Rokkō Island - artificial island south of Kobe
- Japan-guide.com Mount Rokkō