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[For cruise trips]Sakurajima Highlight Course

  • [For cruise trips]Sakurajima Highlight Course
  • [For cruise trips]Sakurajima Highlight Course
  • [For cruise trips]Sakurajima Highlight Course
  • [For cruise trips]Sakurajima Highlight Course
  • [For cruise trips]Sakurajima Highlight Course
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Itinerary Overview
Itinerary
  • 1
    The beautiful scenery of Sakurajima awaits you as you enter the port. The cruise terminal offers one-day tickets and tourist brochures.

    ※There is another cruise ship (small-sized) that calls at a different port, called "Kagoshima Main Port North Pier Terminal" ("Kagoshima Honko Kitafuto").
    Transportation Time required Point of departure Point of arrival
    walk 35 min Marine Port Kagoshima Wakida Tram Stop
  • 2
    Wakida Tram Stop
    Transportation Time required Point of departure Point of arrival
    city tram 32 min Wakida Tram Stop
    Suizokukanguchi Tram Stop
  • 3
    Suizokukanguchi Tram Stop
    Transportation Time required Point of departure Point of arrival
    walk 7 min Suizokukanguchi Tram Stop Sakurajima Ferry Terminal(Kagoshima Main Port side)
  • 4
    Sakurajima Ferry Terminal(Kagoshima Main Port side)
  • 5
    Sakurajima Ferry
    The "Sea Bypass" Sakurajima Ferry that connects Kagoshima City and Sakurajima in just 15 minutes operates 24 hours a day. People have come to rely on it as the main artery which connects the Satsuma Peninsula and the Osumi Peninsula.
    Time required Point of departure Point of arrival
    15 min Sakurajima Ferry Terminal(Kagoshima Main Port side) Sakurajima Ferry Terminal(Sakurajima side)
  • 6
    Sakurajima Ferry Terminal(Sakurajima side)
    Transportation Time required Point of departure Point of arrival
    route bus 1 min Sakurajima Ferry Terminal(Sakurajima side) Hinoshima Megumikan Rest Stop
  • 7
    The "Roadside station" Sakurajima store along the National Highway 224, near the ferry terminal at Sakurajima Port, offers world-class specialty products, such as Sakurajima radish and Sakurajima small mandarin oranges, at a low price. It also sells manufactured goods that are unique to Sakurajima, such as Yogan-yaki ware ("yogan" meaning "lava") . There is also a restaurant and an information corner. Sakurajima small mandarin oranges, said to be the smallest in the world, are nevertheless sweet and delicious, and quite popular. The world's largest radish and smallest mandarin orange provide for great souvenirs. A statue which provides repose to the souls of the dead watches over it.
    Transportation Time required Point of departure Point of arrival
    route bus 5 min Hinoshima Megumikan Rest Stop Sakurajima Visitor Center
  • 8
    A facility which introduces various information and provides easy-to-understand displays and explanations on the nature and history of Sakurajima so that visitors can have a deeper understanding of the Kirishima-Kinkowan National Park. Here, the eruptions of Sakurajima, the history of its growth, the transitions of vegetation, local tourist information, and disaster prevention activities are introduced. You can experience Sakurajima come to life through a high-definition movie theater, dioramas, and computers. There is also a shop where you can find books on Kagoshima and Sakurajima and rare Sakurajima specialties.
  • 9
    Sakurajima Yogan Nagisa Park
    There is a footbath with a total length of about 100m, and its source is a natural hot spring that springs from 1,000m below Sakurajima. The reddish-brown hot water gushes on, and you can gaze at the magnificent Sakurajima while soaking your feet. It's only about 8 minutes on foot from Sakurajima Port, so you can take a ferry to Sakurajima and go to the footbath, or amply enjoy the hot spring at Hotel Rainbow Sakurajima. There are also monuments engraved with waka poems by famous poets in the "Sakurajima" Lava Nagisa Park, so you can have a look while enjoying a stroll. Towels with original designs are sold at the nearby Sakurajima Visitor Center and Hotel Rainbow Sakurajima.
    Transportation Time required Point of departure Point of arrival
    route bus 35 min Sakurajima Yogan Nagisa Park Yunonohira Observatory
  • 10
    An observatory located on the 4th stop on Kita-dake in Sakurajima, the highest point, at about 373m above sea level, with an impressive roof with a cherry-petal design. Looking up from here, the appearance and volcanic smoke of Minamidake present the highlight of the scenery. Below, you can see the calm Kinko Bay and Kagoshima city area, and in the south, you can see the best scenic spot on the island which serves a panoramic view up to the Kaimondake volcano. The 360-degree panorama will not let you get bored. The night view of Kagoshima City over Kinko Bay is further away, so it looks as if it's spread in a belt-like shape.
    Transportation Time required Point of departure Point of arrival
    route bus 25 min Yunonohira Observatory Sakurajima Ferry Terminal(Sakurajima side)
  • 11
    Sakurajima Ferry Terminal(Sakurajima side)
  • 12
    Sakurajima Ferry
    The "Sea Bypass" Sakurajima Ferry that connects Kagoshima City and Sakurajima in just 15 minutes operates 24 hours a day. People have come to rely on it as the main artery which connects the Satsuma Peninsula and the Osumi Peninsula.
    Time required Point of departure Point of arrival
    15 min Sakurajima Ferry Terminal(Sakurajima side)
    Sakurajima Ferry Terminal(Kagoshima Main Port side)
  • 13
    Sakurajima Ferry Terminal(Kagoshima Main Port side)
    Transportation Time required Point of departure Point of arrival
    walk 7 min Sakurajima Ferry Terminal(Kagoshima Main Port side)
    Suizokukanguchi Tram Stop
  • 14
    Suizokukanguchi Tram Stop
    Transportation Time required Point of departure Point of arrival
    city tram 32 min Suizokukanguchi Tram Stop
    Wakida Tram Stop
  • 15
    Wakida Tram Stop
    Transportation Time required Point of departure Point of arrival
    car 10 min Wakida Tram Stop Marine Port Kagoshima
  • 16
    We sell Kagoshima specialties and souvenirs at the cruise terminal.

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