"This ""travel village"" is located on a peninsula bordering the Kurio River estuary on southwestern Yakushima. Its expansive grounds feature log cabin-style bungalows, a promenade, a park, and more. Amenities such as a cooking area, showers, rental tents, and rental blankets make it a popular place to casually experience the outdoors. The nine bungalows, which are fully equipped including heating and air conditioning, a kitchen, and other facilities, are used as a base camp by many hikers and climbers. Campers can also enjoy canoeing in the nearby Kurio River during the summer."
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