Kaimon Sanroku Koryoen

First in Japan to grow herbs
The scent of herbs wafts through the air in the gardens. There is a garden shop selling perfumes, fragrances, and colognes, in which there is a corner dedicated to selling seedlings of rare herbs and a sample garden where about 100 types of herbs, are grown (refer to the Reference Materials for details).

Lake Ikeda

Mt. Kaimon and Kyushu's largest lake
This is Kyushu's largest lake with a maximum depth of 233m and a circumference of 15km. From late December, rapeseed blossoms are in full bloom by the lake. Japan's largest eel, which has a length of 1.8m and a circumference of 60cm, inhabit the lake.

Flower Park Kagoshima

Japan's largest floral theme park
The largest floral theme park in Japan where approximately 2,400 species and 400,000 plants, mostly subtropical, are grown on the expansive 36.5ha grounds (refer to the Reference Materials for details)

Nagasakibana Parking Garden

A park at the southernmost tip of Satsuma Peninsula
This excellent park is located in the southernmost tip of Satsuma Peninsula and subtropical plants grow abundantly there. The flamingo show is also popular (refer to the Reference Materials for details)

Chiringajima Island

Bridge of sand appears at low tide
An uninhabited island 3km round floating in Kinko Bay. Although it is 800m away from the shore, it can be reached on foot at low tide when the sandy path appears.

Healthy Land(outdoor baths)

Bathe while appreciating a spectacular view.
Tamatebako Onsen is an open-air hotspring with a bird's eye view of Mt. Kaimondake and the East China Sea.
Visitors will even experience a unique and wonderful feeling of enjoying the hotspring, ocean and sky integrated all together.
Not only does the interior design of the onsen tubs used by men and women on a daily basis vary but there are different views of the surrounding lanscape as well.
* Mt. Kaimondake Open-air Onsen Schedule: Men --- Odd-numbered days (ex. 1st, 3rd, 5th, etc.) | Women --- Even-numbered days (ex. 2nd, 4th, 6th, etc.)

The birthplace of the rotary serving table for somen noodles, Tosen Valley

Summer is the perfect time to eat soumen noodles.
Enjoy somen noodles that rotate in a cold stream of groundwater in circles

Somen noodles are chilled in pure water that wells up from under ground. Diners scoop the noodles from the stream and dip in soy sauce flavored sauce to eat. The unique table developed for flowing somen noodles has a tube running through it in which fresh groundwater is circulated. Enjoy eating somen noodles at your own pace.

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