Discover the best top things to do in Aira, Japan including Kamo Hachiman Shrine, Ryumon Falls, Fontana no Oka Kamo, Kamounobuke House, Tatsumonjizaka, Kamo Kanko Koryu Center, Nagisa Park Aira, Yamada Triumphal Arch, Nihonichi no Kyoju Kamo no Okusu, Kamo Furusato Koryukan.
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4.5 based on 50 reviews
This giant tree has been alive more than 1500 years....
You can feel mystical power from time immemorial.
Actually I didn't know this spot even though I've been to Kagoshima many times, however this spot should have been familiar with all tourists.
Also you can taste Japanese ceremonial tea in shrine cafe whose female attendance serves.
If you love the nature, must go there in Kagoshima Japan.
4 based on 34 reviews
I always saw this waterfall from the highway and really wanted to take a closer look. It is easily accessible by car .During summer days you can have cold /nagashi soumen and admire it . On winter days you can soke in the nearby hot spring and enjoy it.
4 based on 19 reviews
We were booked in to the newly built Fontana by our relatives in nearby Kamou cho. Each luxurious bedroom has a private bath and there are also two onsen,hot spring baths - for Men and for Women. We ate a glorious dinner in the large dining room and enjoyed browsing the even larger omiyage (souvenir) shop.
4 based on 18 reviews
This is a samurai residence remaining. Though most houses are banned to enter, the alley of old houses are good to take photos while passing.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Lots of Japaneses visit here. It's more popular after being featured by popular drama, Segodon.
A bit steep stone way may be tough for seniors. I guess it's risky when it's slippery after rain.
There are other nice spots such as Ryumon Falls, Takakura Observatory and Kinzan Bridge. Therefore, slow hiking of 3~5 hours is recommended.
4 based on 12 reviews
Various local products are being sold here and they looked nice. It's a good place to rest or shop after visiting Kamouhachiman Shrine.
4 based on 10 reviews
4 based on 7 reviews
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Locating in Kamouhachiman Shrine, this is the biggest tree in Japan. Not the oldest.
- Size is really huge. I was pretty impressed to watch. Worthy of visiting only for this.
- It looked also great from the distance. There were several points to see. Take enough time in the shrine and enjoy.
- It's not that well-known. It wasn't so crowded when I visited.
- There's a fence around the tree. Touching it is not allowed.
3.5 based on 3 reviews
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