Sun Hotel Kokubu

3-24-31 Kokubuchuo, Kirishima, Kagoshima Prefecture, Kyushu-Okinawa, 899-4332, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 3-24-31 Kokubuchuo, Kirishima.
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Travel Blogs from Kirishima

One goes to a volcano

A travel blog entry by dizzyseren on Aug 08, 2014

... volcano and I get on it. It is really windy. I'm a little bit scared envisioning being trapped on a volcanic island with high winds. This I am sure will get me on the front page of the evening post. Rhian is not with me to offer advice so I reckon she would say "run" and pay, turn around and get back on the ferry! I get some strange looks but apart form being thrown into Molten lava there doesn't seem to be much to do. The journey back isn't as exciting but I do get my ...

鹿兒島 Kagoshima

A travel blog entry by piming on Jun 27, 2014

1 comment, 46 photos

... even in American standard. Got my cap @ Sports Authority, and goggles @ another department store. Supermarket was our favorite! Very entertaining just browsing the variety of sashimi, sushi, bentos, let alone all various cooked food. Not expensive at all, especially with the quality of food.

Alex and I shared a sashimi box, and he had 2 skewers of chicken and 1 skewer of pork all by himself. I believe he’s going to pass the cruise ...

Rangitoto

A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Jun 07, 2014

4 comments, 13 photos

... called the Kamikaze Peace Museum so they do recognise the word kamikaze. "Tokko" in Japanese means "special attack". Very interesting place and stories. Mostly boy flyers 18 to 20 years old. Audio was very good - lots of last messages from some of the 1036 kamikaze pilots but also some good detail of why and what they believed. Also some good restored planes etc. (Kawasaki Ki-61 "Hien"; Nakajima Ki-84 "Hayate"; and of course a Zero)
One thing that was said was ...

Kagoshima

A travel blog entry by maxieduncan on Apr 09, 2014

4 photos

... at the volcano in the bay. The evening was nice. I tried out a Sushi restaurant and spent the meal talking to a friendly old Japanese gentleman in his broken English - far better than my non existent Japanese - while his wife looked on as we drank more beer than was probably good for him. And now I'm back at the hostel about to call it a night but first trying Mitake, which is a brand of Sweet Potato ...

Dampened But Not Down

A travel blog entry by curioso on Mar 29, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... not allow the letters to be sent, they entrusted them to the woman. After the war, she made them available to the museum. They are now one of the few exhibits in English at the museum. They are tender, loving and heart-breaking.


The exhibits in the fairly extensive museum feature photos of all the dead pilots. Their uniforms, equipment and several real Japanese war planes, including the famous Mitsubishi Zero, are on view. Every facet of their military lives is ...