Kagoshima Hotels and Rooms Kyûshû island Southern Japan
Kagoshima Hotels Reservation including – Tokyu Hotel Kagoshima Tokyu Inn Hotel Kirishima Royal Hotel Kagoshima Sun Royal Hotel Kagoshima Hotel Rooms.
Tokyu Hotel - Kagoshima
Each of the 206 rooms at this fine 3-star hotel feature superior amenities. Guests will find telephone, air conditioning, television, private safe, and in-room movies waiting in each room.
Sakurajima Volcano - wikipedia
Sakurajima is an active volcano and a former island (now connected to the mainland) of the same name in Kagoshima Prefecture in Kyûshû, Japan. It is a composite volcano with the summit split into three peaks, Kitadake (northern peak), Nakadake (central peak) and Minamidake (southern peak) which is active now.
Kagoshima - wikipedia
Kagoshima is the capital city of Kagoshima Prefecture at the southwest tip of the Kyûshû island of Japan, and the largest city in the prefrecture by some margin. It has been nicknamed the 'Naples of Eastern world', for its bay location (Aira Caldera), hot climate and impressive stratovolcano, Sakurajima.
Kagoshima - wikitravel
Kagoshima is the capital of Kagoshima prefecture on the island of Kyushu, Japan. Kagoshima's Airport is one hour away from Kagoshima's main train station by Bus. JAL and ANA offer flights into Kagoshima from several major cities in Japan. Kagoshima Airport is also the starting point for many flights to Okinawa and the surrounding islands.
Kagoshima Visitor's Guide
Kagoshima is located in the South West of Japan. Kagoshima consists of 2 peninsulas and about 20 islands. Total land area is 9,167 km which makes it the 10th biggest prefecture in Japan. Kagoshima is surrounded by the East China sea and the Pacific ocean, and about 600 km length from north to south. More than half of Kagoshima's land is covered by volcanic ash.
Kyushu Island - wikitravel
Kyûshû is the southernmost of the four main islands of Japan. The climate is slightly warmer and more tropical than Honshu, and the southern and eastern coasts are regularly battered by typhoons each year. The terrain is generally mountainous with very fertile valleys much like the rest of Japan, except for the wide plain area at the top of the island - the location of the largest cities of Fukuoka and Kitakyushu.
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