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  • Oko Falls

    The tallest waterfall in southern Kyushu that is a paradise with many freshwater fish and wild birds.

  • Miyanoura-dake

    The highest mountain in Kyushu with many strange-shaped rocks

  • Lake Ikeda

    Kyushu’s largest caldera lake, home to the legendary sea creature, Isshi.

  • Kuroshio no Mori Mangrove Park

    A park where you can experience a rare mangrove forest. Popular canoe tours are available.

  • Kirishima Open-air Museum

    An open-air museum where nature and outdoor artworks collide. It is full of unique works of art!

  • Kamafuta Jinja

    A shrine where you pray while putting a pot lid on your head. A deity of good luck and victory resides in this shrine.

  • Kamafuta Jinja

    A shrine where you pray while putting a pot lid on your head. A deity of good luck and victory resides in this shrine.

  • Kaimondake

    Also known as Satsuma Fuji, beautiful views of the ocean and the mountain can be enjoyed.

  • Kagoshima Chuo Station

    The entrance to all sightseeing in Kagoshima where the Kyushu Shinkansen departs and arrives. It features a tourist information center for your convenience.

  • Kagoshima Amami Park

    A facility that offers comprehensive explanations on the nature, history and culture of Amami Island.

  • Jomon Sugi

    Yakusugi forest with a rich natural environment which has the estimated 2,170 to 7,200 year old Jomon Sugi!

  • Heart Rock

    A popular subject on social media! A power spot that appears only at low tide.

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