UPDATE 2: Kubo District
(waterfront financial sector)
Kubo is one of Hinawa's most important business centers, and is one of the resident's favorites due to its lush surroundings near the harbor and many parks. The main train line of the city runs straight through the district before curving its way to the city's central station. In addition, the skyrail was recently added to the area to help transport people throughout the district, making a circular loop through Kubo. The airport's Highway 22 intersects the busy Hinawa Metropolitan Expressway that cuts through Kubo, bringing in thousands of workers to the area. The district usually empties out at night when the commuters head to home.
The Gujino Music Center (left) and the Kubo Media Center (right), with the train line and neighboring Shinza District in the background.
The Mike Dixon-Kennedy Center located in the Kubo Waterfront area. The Skyrail can be seen making a loop in this picture.
The district's main avenue, Nogani, and the train line cutting through Kubo.
The district during the off-hours of the night. The Hinawa Metropolitan Expressway twists through the botanical gardens carrying tired commuters home.