Yakushima Green Hotel

Address: 788-110 Anbo , Yakushima-cho, Kumage-gun, Kagoshima Prefecture, Kyushu-Okinawa, 891-4311 , Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 788-110 Anbo , Yakushima-cho.
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          Day 9 Exploring Yakushima

          A travel blog entry by daveheidibaker on Apr 06, 2015

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          Today we went for breakfast with the other guests in the outdoor BBQ area. It was a traditional Japanese breakfast using local produce. We then set off to explore. First on our list was the yakosugi museum. This museum is dedicated to the huge and ancient sugi cedar trees native to yakushima. Some of these trees are thousands of years old and around 25 metres tall. The oldest of these are a bit out of our reach taking around a 10 hour round hike. ...


          A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri on Sep 01, 2013

          70 photos

          Today we went on the Jomon Sugi trail which took us 7h10mins to complete. It was relatively flat so a pleasant walk. It is a very famous hike as the area is home to the largest cedar tree in the world and possibly the oldest one as well (estimation go from 2000 to 7000 years old). ...

          Jomon sugi

          A travel blog entry by luciecox on Sep 01, 2013

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          Arrived around midday in Yakushimna. Left the atrocious weather of Kagoshima behind and was welcome on this beautiful island by sunshine. Found the camp which is not too close from the ferry (1hour walk) had a picnic in the park and little nap and then called it a day. Slept in a tent to save money on accommodation and ended up not sleeping at all so that was probably ...

          A day in yakushima

          A travel blog entry by tipsypixie on Aug 27, 2011

          Every body has good days and bad days.  The day I went to yakushima was one of my bad reason. I don't know if it was more the sea sickness or the loneliness attack! I got the ferry at around 10 and because it went to another island first it took us more than 3 hours to get there but the trip is usually about two hours. The ticket was unexpectedly expensive (14000 JPY return) and even I knew about it before I had completely forgotten about it and was expecting to ...

          Yakushima 4: One mother of a hike

          A travel blog entry by mchao on Jul 14, 2011

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          ... of the trail to Jomon sugi is along the old railroad that was used to transport felled timber down the valley. On a clear, dry day, you could easily walk between the railroad ties and made good speed. Today though, the rain hard turned the railroad into a river. You had to find purchase on each wooden rail least you plunge ankle deep into the water. At the very least, I could now say that my boot truly are water resistant (well until about halfway when ...