The report by foreigners


A store that specializes in socks. We usually have about 20,000 items lined up, a rich collection of unique designs, cute socks, and of course basic socks and tights. Men and women of all ages can enjoy shopping here. Kobe has long been known as a city of shoes, but socks are also an essential fashion item that accentuates your feet. You are sure to find your favorite socks here.

■The voice by international students
ZHANG Yan(Taiwan)
I recommend the socks specialty shop "copo" when you want to buy cute socks.
They have a large variety of products, from basic socks and tights to socks with cute designs. I'm sure you can find your favorite socks here.
There are so many stylish and cute socks it makes me dizzy.
A pair of Socks this cute for ¥100! It's cheap~
So cute! I have to buy them!

If you're in Japan looking for cute socks to buy, then I definitely recommend a spot in this shopping area called COPO.
COPO is a specialty shop where anyone from children to elderly people can enjoy socks that are "Bright, fun, and warm"!
These socks look really soft and toasty!
They're good quality, have cute designs, and they're inexpensive! You might just have to stock up!

▲ Plenty of brightly-colored socks

▲ There are also a lot of cute socks

■Address2-1-9, Motomachidori, Chuo-ku Kobe-shi, Hyogo, 650-0022, Japan
■Opening Hours9:30~20:00
■HolidayJanuary 1

Internation students who mentioned the impressions this time
ZHANG Yan(Taiwan)
■ My path to studying abroad in Japan
I have liked Japanese anime and drama since middle school, and that has led to my love of Japanese culture. After graduating high school, I made the decision not to go to a Chinese university but to go to a Japanese one instead. Now, I am enjoying a fun and productive life at university in Japan.

■ Current activities
I am passionate about my seminar activities. My research theme is Sino-Japanese relations as seen through Japanese and Chinese joint production films. I am interested in the future of the China-Japan relationship, with its cold political relations but hot economic relations.

■ Things I like about Japan
Japanese people are all friendly and kind. Also, no matter where I go, the scenery is beautiful.
I particularly like Japanese history, so I love historic shrines and castles.

■ My path to studying abroad in Japan
I was born in Suzhou, China, and lived there until I was 19. I began to want to study in Japan since my 2nd year of high school, so I started to study Japanese after graduating. I came to Japan in 2011.

■ Current activities
I am currently really into training pets.

■ Things I like about Japan
I like Japanese deserts.

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