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17881 Chiranchōkōri, Minamikyūshū-shi, Kagoshima-ken 897-0302, Japan
Located at the principal air base for kamikaze missions, the Peace Museum was built in 1975 to commemorate the pilots’ “patriotic efforts for peace.” The collection includes aircraft recovered from the sea, a re-creation of the hut where they...
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Considered the symbol of Kagoshima, the volcano Sakurajima continues to smoke and experience small eruptions several times a day. After a more powerful one in 1914, Sakurajima was no longer an island when its lava flow connected it to the nearby...
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Created by the lava flow from the 1914 eruption of Sakurajima, the almost 3-kilometer-long walking trail starts near the Sakurajima Ferry Terminal. The amazing views of the harbor look out over the grasses and small plants that have grown in the...
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9700−1 Yoshinochō, Kagoshima-shi, Kagoshima-ken 892-0871, Japan
Begun in 1658, the Sengan-en Garden is the former garden of the Iso Residence, which was also originally built in the mid-17th century. The garden, which runs along the coast, includes small ponds, streams, a bamboo grove and several varieties of...
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5 Chome-9-1 Ōmure, Ibusuki-shi, Kagoshima-ken 891-0401, Japan
Located on the island of Kyūshū in Kagoshima Prefecture, the Ibusuki Sand Bath is a great afternoon adventure. The sand bath is a therapeutic immersion into the naturally heated sand along the coastline. The warmth of the sand is thanks to the...