Other Sightseeing Spots in Miyazaki Area

  • Cape Toi Lighthouse
    26 Reviews
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    Miyazaki Pref. Kushimashi Ono Toi Cape 80-2
    This is a lighthouse which was constructed in 1929 and lies at the southernmost tip of Miyazaki Prefecture, which leaves a strong impression amid the blue sea with its white chalk walls. There are splendid views to be had from atop the 255-meter-high cliff, and tours inside are also available.

    i want recommend this area not only lighthouse.actually, this area is highland and face to ocean, some wild horses are living here for long year , u can easily find them on the way to lighthouse...

  • Ayanoteruha Suspension Bridge
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    Miyazaki Pref. Higashimorokatagunayachou Minamimata 5691-1
    This bridge was constructed two years after the opening of Kyushu Sanchi Quasi-National Park in 1982. It is a suspension bridge 250 meters long and 142 meters high, and it will make you feel like you’re walking among the treetops of the laurel forest. On the other side of the bridge is a two-kilometer-long nature trail, the perfect opportunity to enjoy a walk in the woods.
  • Village of Stone Walls Togawa
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    Miyazaki Nishiusuki-gun Hinokagecho Togawa
    "This small village consists of seven homes situated along the Hinokage River. The entire village is built of stunning stonework and all of the homes have stone walls and storehouses, leading to it being called the ""Village of Stone Walls."" The village's stonework consist of stones of various sizes skillfully laid on top of one another in a way that, at first glance, looks haphazard, and visitors will find the variations this creates endlessly fascinating. No clear records remain, but it is said the oldest stone wall in the village was built sometime in the Ansei era (1854-1860). A stone teahouse which offers light meals and which also doubles as a lodging facility for group training camps is located in the center of the village, and many tourists visit the establishment during the village's terraced rice field festival held at the end of April."
  • Hososhima Lighthouse
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    Miyazaki Hyuga-shi Hososhima
    "This lighthouse stands on Cape Hyuga at the entrance to Hososhima Port. Originally built of red brick in 1910, the current light house was rebuilt with white walls in 1941. The height from the surface of the sea to the center of the lighthouse is around 100 meters. The area around the modern-styled lighthouse is maintained as a beautiful observatory park, and from here visitors can enjoy spectacular, Kyushu-style tropical scenery worthy of Miyazaki. The Sea Cross is located nearby, a section of eroded reef so-named because it resembles the shape of a cross. According to legend, those who visit the lighthouse will have their wish granted, and in 2017 it was designated a ""Love Lighthouse"" by the Nippon Romantist Association."
  • Komenoyama Observatory
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    Miyazaki Hyuga-shi Hichiya
    This observatory, situated on top of Mt. Komenoyama, is located an 18-minute drive from Hyugashi Station. On clear days, visitors can take in a sweeping view of Hyuga City from the 192-meter-high peak. The mountain also serves as a base for paragliding, and many paragliders take off into the skies from here during the day. The observatory is also known for its night view, and many people from the city and beyond come to this popular from dusk and after to enjoy the sight. The observatory faces the sea, and accordingly visitors who want to take in the city's nightscape are recommended to do so from the observatory's parking lot rather than the observatory itself as it offers a better view.
  • Yumemi Bridge
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    Miyazaki Nichinan-shi Sonoda 3-3-31
    This wooden bridge is located behind the Nichinan City Tourist Information building. Made of Obi stone and 120-year-old Obi cedar, the bridge was built utilizing traditional construction methods and wood joinery, and uses no nails, screws, or other metal connecting pieces whatsoever. The gently curving roof struts were created using a technique called bent wood which utilizes the distinctive flexibility and resilience of Obi cedar. The bridge was made using the Gerber system of bridge construction, which involved sticking out beams from both banks, placing weight stones on them to stabilize them, and linking them with additional beams in the center. The area around the bridge has been paved with red brick, while wooden decks have been built on the dikes of the Horikawa Canal, and the spot is a place for local residents to rest and relax.
  • Eikokushiki Garden
    4 Reviews
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    Miyazaki Pref. Miyazakishi Yamasakichou Hamayama

    シェラトンからサイクリングで訪問。表道路から入ってしまったら駐車場の横には「自転車禁止」。入り口まではかなりの距離があるのですが・・・普通に通れる広い道だったのですが、禁止にする理由はなんでしょう。 そのせいか人もまばらで なんだか利用者の便利さをないがしろにしている施設と感じました。ご高齢の方のほうがこういったガーデンカフェには興味があると思うのですがこの距離は歩けませんね。と思います。 それ...

  • Kitakirishimakosumo Dome
    3 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Miyazaki Pref. Kobayashishi Minaminishikata 8577-18

    Located in a more remote area but it has something interesting if you enjoy to know more about the sky. There is a mini educational introductory session about the galaxy and you can feel the passion...

  • Hotaru Bridge
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    Miyazaki Koyu-gun Kijocho
  • Dakeshita Bridge
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    Miyazaki Miyakonojo-shi
  • Iwakuma Ohashi
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    Miyazaki Nobeoka-shi
  • Kurasakitoudai
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    Miyazaki Nichinan Nango town Oshima
  • Inutomemagohashi
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    Miyazaki Pref. Ebinoshi Okobira
  • Karikobozuohashi
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    Miyazaki Prefecture Koyu District nishimera
  • Yoshida Onsen Bridge
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    Miyazaki Ebino Shomyoji
  • Tachibana Bridge
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    Miyazaki Miyazaki-shi Ota 1-chome
  • Tachibana Koendori
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    Miyazaki Miyazaki-shi Matsuyama 1
  • Nichinan Kaigan Road Park (Nichinan Phoenix Road)
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    Miyazaki Miyazaki-shi Kushima-shi
  • Hamago Dam
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    Miyazaki Nobeoka-shi Miyanagamachi 107
  • Okita Dam
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    Miyazaki Nobeoka-shi Kono

Miyazaki Areas


An unmissable highlight of Kyushu, Miyazaki prefecture satisfies nature lovers with its dramatic gorges cut out of rugged cliffs, leading into waterfalls and beaches of green-blue water popular among surfers. Takachiho Gorge in the north of the prefecture tells a tale of centuries-old Japanese mythology in a fantastic setting, allowing visitors to explore the waters by boat before heading up to the cave at the Awano Iwato Shrine, where the sun goddess was said to have hidden, plunging the world into darkness.

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