Nakazono Ryokan

1-18 Yasui-cho, Kagoshima, Kagoshima, Kyushu-Okinawa, 892-0815, Japan | Ryokan
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Travel Blogs from Kagoshima

Stranded in Ibusuki

A travel blog entry by bass_ke


We got to sleep in for a bit today before heading out which was nice, the rain that happened overnight helped as well but the same rain wasn't going to help out our mission to Ibusuki much!

We caught the tram up to Kagoshima-Chuo station and noticed that the best train to catch down was leaving just as we made it to the platform, almost so …

And after the sun, again comes the rain

A travel blog entry by bass_ke


With a feast of noodles under our belts and Coffee drank we were off to Hakata station to reserve some tickets down to Kagoshima for later in the day as we couldn't check in to our accommodation until 1500, but as we were walking up the platform we saw a train ready to depart and though why not just head on down!

Not a great idea, there …

Sand Baths in Kagoshima

A travel blog entry by sheerin09


After catching an early train out of Hiroshima - arrive in Kagoshima around 12 noon and make our way to the traditional Japanese Ryokan we're staying at there. In Tokyo we picked up a free magazine which mentioned sand baths just outside Kagoshima so after dumping our bags we decided to head out to Ikubusi to check them out. The baths involve …

Day 14 - Kagoshima

A travel blog entry by bonkuraazu


This morning we caught the tram (Kumamoto's trams are better than Melbourne's) to the zoo. Our travel guide books are a bit outdated, since all we found was a rundown lonely memory of what was probably a once lively and inviting zoo. The animals were all a bit depressed, save the kangaroos, who seemed content to just laze about (in true Aussie …

Day 15 - Kagoshima

A travel blog entry by bonkuraazu


We got up nice and early to catch Kumamoto's Asaichi (morning market), which supposedly sported a wide range of hand made crafts and souvenirs. We got there to find out that Lonely Planet was inaccurate (again). Just fish and veggies. However we found a couple of friendly locals who told us the place to go was the Satsuma Glass Workshop. Doing the …


This ryokan, located on 1-18 Yasui-cho, Kagoshima, is near Senganen, Iso-Teien Garden, Saigo Takamori Statue, and Kagoshima City Aquarium.
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