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.
- 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)
- Rokkō Island - another artificial island in Kobe, housing port facilities and residential and commercial buildings.
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