Ikeda, Osaka; Mino, Osaka; Toyono, Osaka; Nose, Osaka; Economy. Kawanishi is home to many commuters who work in Kobe and Osaka, with express trains running from Osaka to Kawanishi to accommodate these travelers. Though primarily suburban, Kawanishi does have a significant agricultural sector, especially in the northern portions of the city.
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Manganji Temple (満願寺) Kuzu Shrine (九頭神社) Inagawa Keikoku Prefectural Natural Park; Hitokura Dam and Lake Chimyo; Kyodokan Museum (Folk Museum of Kawanishi) Yamashita Castle (山下城) Shinden Castle (新田城) Shofukuji Tomb; Transportation Railways. Kawanishi is serviced by the JR Takarazuka Line and the Hankyu Takarazuka Line.
This is a faithful recreation of the work shed where Chicken Ramen, the world's first instant noodles, was invented. Momofuku Ando and the Story of Instant Noodles The story of the invention of instant noodles, the growth of this new industry, and the value of intellectual property are displayed graphically and chronologically.
Kawanishi is located in the southeast of the Yonezawa Basin. There are two major rivers, the Mogami River and the Omonogawa River, running along the town's borders. The literal meaning of Kawanishi is "west of the river", which refers to its location west of the Mogami River. Also, there are two minor rivers, the Inukawa and the Kurokawa, running through the town.
Japanese Aviation History (to 1945) There are already several sites “out there” that are dedicated to mining the rich vein that is Japanese aviation history up to 1945. More information on the selected content of this section will be released nearer the time.
Arima Onsen (Arima Hot Springs) is located in Kobe, Hyogo Prefecture and it is one of the oldest hot spring areas in Japan. Located on the northern slopes of Mount Rokko, Arima Hot Springs is full of expensive hotels, souvenir shops, and resorts. It is a very good destination for a first introduction to a hot spring resort.
The Takamatsu metropolitan region has a population of 838,788 (as October 1, 2005), making it the largest in Shikoku.  Takamatsu Airport is located in Takamatsu. On September 26, 2005, the town of Shionoe (from Kagawa District) was merged into Takamatsu.
TADA shrine as a mausoleum of the seiwa Genji, Minamoto no mitsunaka, Minamoto no Yorimitsu, Yorinobu source, source of yoriyoshi, Minamoto no yoshiie enshrines the are. Every year in April, Minamoto no mitsunaka, Genji Minamoto no Yorimitsu, former warlord Warrior matrix "Genji Festival" is held.