Is there going to be another earthquake within the next 100 years in Kobe Japan?

Science cannot predict when earthquakes will occur, nor in any particular place. What they can do is look at the record of what earthquakes have occured and where and produce statistics that say if this pattern continues then it is likely there will be an eathquake of this kind of magnitude in this area in x time.

Japan, being on the Pacific Ring of Fire, is often subject to earthquakes. These range from ones that hardly show on the seismograph right up to a stupendous Magnitude 9. The larger the magnitude, the less frequent their occurence. Kobe will undoubtedly suffer quite a few minor earthquakes in the next 100 years, as will many other places in Japan. Some places will most likely have at least one magnitude 7, if not higher, but when and where exactly who knows?