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ABOUT US

This chapel on Rokko Mountain in Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture, was designed by the representative architect of Japan, Tadao Ando. It was completed in 1986 and is counted as one of his "Church Trilogy." Believed to have been influenced by Sénanque Abbey in Provence in southern France, it is characterized by a pillared hallway with semitransparent frosted glass leading to a rectangular steeple on a bare concrete building frame. 

 
 

GALLERY

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About using the facility

We accept requests for use for things such as weddings, exhibitions, and photography events on the Chapel of the Wind's homepage. Please feel free to contact us for more details about using the facility. 

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About using the facility

We accept requests for use for things such as weddings, exhibitions, and photography events on the Chapel of the Wind's homepage. Please feel free to contact us for more details about using the facility. 

CONTACT

General Incorporated Association
KMG Social Services

Kenryu Management
Kenryu Building 2
Chuo-ku Kaigandori 6 Banchi
Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture
650-0024

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Location
Nishitaniyama 1878-78 Rokkosan-cho Nada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 657-0101

 

Access

20 minute walk from Rokko Cable Car Sanjo Station
 

During the "Rokko Meets Art 2018 Art Walk," a bus runs from Rokko Cable Car Sanjo Station. The schedule is here. 

Parking

Please use the Grand Hotel Rokko Sky Villa parking lot
(During the "Rokko Meets Art 2018 Art Walk")

 

Nearby Facilities

There are many facilities around the Chapel of the Wind that you can enjoy along with nature, such as resort hotels, a ski resort, ranches, and an obstacle course.