Port Island (ポートアイランド Pōto Airando?) is an artificial island in Chuo-ku, Kobe, Japan. It was constructed between 1966 and 1981 at Port of Kobe, and officially opened with an exposition called "Portopia '81." It now houses a heliport, numerous hotels, a large convention center, the UCC Coffee Museum, Japan's 3rd IKEA store, and several parks.
The Port Island F.G. Group experience takes place in the Kobe University International Residence on the island.
- Area 523 ha
- Universities (Kobe Women's University and Kobe Gakuin University)
- Hotels (KOBE PORTOPIA HOTEL and so on)
- Kobe Convention Center (Kobe International Conference Center, Kobe International Exhibition Hall)
- Institutes (RIKEN Kobe Center and so on)
- Liner Berths PL1 - PL15
- Container Berths PC13 - PC18
- Kobe Kachoen
- World Memorial Hall
- K computer
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- PORT OF KOBE(Kobe City Government)
- Photo gallery of RIKEN Next-Generation Supercomputer R&D Center (Port Island, Kobe)
- Rokko Island - another artificial island in Kobe, housing port facilities and residential and commercial buildings.
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