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Information about Sakurajima Ferry

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Summer Feature of Kagoshima Kinko Bay Cruise on Sakurajima Noryo Kankosen

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Enjoy the view of Mount Sakurajima and fireworks on a summer night cruise
Sakurajima Ferry, which serves as the commuter ferry from Kagoshima city center and Sakurajima, becomes a night cruise ferry for a limited time in summer.
The 2 hour round-trip cruise starts at 19:00 from Kagoshima Port.
Besides alcoholic beverages and soft drinks, full meals and snacks are also available for purchase from food trucks on board.
Don't miss the fireworks which start at around 20:35 for a few minutes!

Kinko Bay Cruise Sailing Boat Queen's Siroyama

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Sakurajima Visitor Center

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The history of the eruptions and development of Sakurajima and the transitions of vegitation are exhibited and explained in an easy-to-understand manner. There are also interactive facilities including an eruption simulation and high definition theater (refer to the Reference Materials for details).

Sakurajima International Volcanic Sabo Center

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A museum for looking at and experiencing the horrors of disasters caused by volcanic activities and mudslides, and various countermeasures for preventing such disasters (refer to the Reference Materials for details).

Arimura Lava Observatory

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Located in the south of Sakurajima in front of Arimurazaki. It is on a small hill in the lava field created by the great eruption in 1946.
The view of Sakurajima that opens out before you is overwhelming.