Ashiya Restaurant Guide

At the base of Mount Rokko is a quiet hillside area. This was a strategic location linking the east and west during the Heian Period.With the construction of the Hanshin railway in the Meiji Period, followed by the national (now JR) rail lines and the Hankyu Railway, this scenic hilly area rapidly transformed into a residential district, home to many commuters to Osaka and Kobe.Many Hanshin, JR, and Hankyu stations are all within walking distance of the many cultural and artistic attractions of the area. In addition, the gently sloping hills lead to the north side of Mount Rokko, the location of many popular hiking trails. On the seaward side is Ashiya Marina. In addition to being an anchorage site for large yachts and cruisers, it has water parks and beaches, allowing the city's residents to enjoy the ocean.

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