Relax in the subtropical envrionment of Miyazaki's coastline

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Miyazaki is one of Japan's most popular resort and honeymoon destinations. The city is also a gateway to Japan's mythological Takachiho region. In this tour you will feel the subtropical spirit of the resort city and will visit an attractive island!

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  • Explore the most attractive sightseeing spots of Miyazaki
  • Visit important shrines and monuments related to the ancient Japanese myths
  • See a museum displaying items related to the local history and culture
  • Visit the splendid little island Aoshima and discover its natural wonders

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Miyazaki Jingu Station (one station north of Miyazaki Station).

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  • Ao-shima , 青島 by z tanuki, #1
  • Horikiri Pass in Miyazaki City, Japan (July, 2016)) by Sanjo, #2