A device that plays a non-slip role connecting the ship and the slipway at ship launching ceremonies. This trigger device was actually used at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries - Kobe Shipyard and Machinery Works for about 60 years, and ended its role at the launching ceremony on March 9, 2012.
Steam turbine engine mounted on the container ship "Rhine Maru"
A part of the ship steam turbine engine installed in the container ship "Rhine Maru" of Osaka Shosen Mitsui Shipping, which was built at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries - Kobe Shipyard and Machinery Works in 1971. An exhibition that exposes the internal mechanism.
Autonomous underwater vehicle "Marine Bird"
An autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) manufactured by Kawasaki Heavy Industries in 2000. It is an underwater robot able to perform various observations and data collection unattended.
Port of Kobe Earthquake Memorial Park
While preserving a part of the Meriken Wharf that collapsed in the Great Hanshin Earthquake with the aim to pass lessons learned from the earthquake to posterity, images of the disaster situation at that time, the recovery process and reconstruction plan outline are exhibited through photo panels, chronological tables, diorama models and videos. Pamphlet available (PDF format) * Japanese only
- ・ Opening Hours and Admission Fees of “KOBE MARITIME MUSEUM” and “Kawasaki Good Times World” have been revised from April 2020.