Mitsui Outlet Park Marine Pia Kobe, Kobe

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With a range of national and international brand names, Mitsui Outlet Park Marine Pia Kobe offers a European-style shopping experience and plenty of bargains. Stop to eat in one of the many fast-food or sit-down dining venues, serving up many regional specialties. The open air parts of the mall offer views of the ocean and one of the world's longest suspension bridges. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Mitsui Outlet Park Marine Pia Kobe and many more Kobe attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Kobe trip itinerary maker app .
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  • Factory outlet. The grounds are pretty big, Dabo, but brand shop packed outlets. The prices are also more affordable, but Japan and South Korea, only the ones that have a good. Franc franc and a lot of shopping and restaurants with such a blah books close to a library.
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  • We like to visit Outlets and Mistui has many units including this one in Kobe. From our base in Osaka this is one of the most accessible outlet mall to get to (beside Tsurumi) This is just 20 minutes ...  more »
  • It was a weekday and was shopping and less people. Also the Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge in front of very good views.
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  • Very good price, happy shopping
  • With large shop area
  • A bad time or half a year ago more than any store! Less discount. Like the LACOSTE price 10000 super well hardly moderate. Colombia reached the outer is 9 percent. Free parking on weekdays so library visits can be much better?
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  • This is an outlet mall located near the Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge. Holidays are congested on weekdays, people less slowly products can be seen. While watching the Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge, a perfect date spot too!
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  • It is a tempo so can come train outlet mall outlet mall is located at the foot of the Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge recently made me round but I no longer appreciate here are relatively old outlets and ample parking is easily accessible. From trendy complement to standard shop is is a little bit small. But the good thing here is the vantage point. Looking closely at the Seto Inland Sea, many ships passing in front of me, and also the Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge in front of "dawn! "And you will see. Do you stop it by to kill a little time?
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