JR Kyushu Hotel Kagoshima
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... to leave. Thus, we left trying to show as much appreciation as possible.
As the distances weren't particularly large we decided to walk back to the Ryokan. Although we had ridden bikes all over town earlier in the day, it was now dark and everything looked a bit different. I was pretty sure I could get us back to the hotel but I had enough trepidation to keep me a bit on edge. As we neared the tidal canal that would lead us back to the hotel a young woman was ...
... knew that Brian is very focused on kiting so they wanted to show us the coastline. We drove to a high point where we got the most amazing view of a small, uninhabited island called Chiringashima that is linked to the mainland by a one-half mile sand path. Depending on the tides, you may not be able to walk across.
We then drove down to the same path and walked just a little ways. It was such a nice day and the place was beautiful. ...
... shovels to bury us alive under a bamboo gazebo!
Well, not quite. They wrapped towels around our heads so they wouldn't get sandy, then buried us up to our necks in the warm, volcanic steam-heated sand. They advise staying for 10 minutes, but everyone else there stayed for longer so we spent a very relaxing 20 minutes under the warm sand, in the shade, listening to the waves and the eagles flying around.
and hedges of residences and the forested hillsides in the distance.
Unlike some other samurai districts, it is also free of telephone poles and parked cars that would detract from the historic atmosphere.
A group of travelers walk between residences and gardens
Seven gardens attached ...
... The station opened on March 12, 2011. The name of the
station was officially announced by JR Kyushu on December 17, 2010.