The Kobe Wing stadium hosted two first round
matches and one second round game.
2002 World Cup Match Reports.
Kobe Wing Stadium
Wednesday, 5th June:
Russia vs Tunisia (2:0)
Friday, 7th June:
Sweden vs Nigeria (2:1)
Monday, 17th June:
Brazil vs Belgium (2:0)
Some of Kobe's popular attractions include Ijinkan Street with its
rooster weathervane; Mt. Rokko, for an evening view of the city; and the Arima
hot springs, Japan's oldest.
As a major port city, Kobe is twinned with some
of the world's most famous coastal locations: Seattle, Marseille, Rio de Janeiro, Riga,
Brisbane and Barcelona.
Kobe has also been blessed with a beautiful natural environment,
flanked by both the mountains and the sea. The city itself contains over 1,370 public
parks covering more than 2,400 hectares.
Located in the middle of Japan's main island, Honshu, Kobe is
easily accessible by land, sea, and air.
The Bullet Train from Tokyo takes 3 hours 20 minutes or you can travel
by high-speed boat from Kansai International Airport in 25 minutes.
Find a hotel in and around Kobe.
Matches in Japan.
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