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The village of Mishima
Kirishima-Yaku National Park
Kirishima-Yaku National Park on the island of Kyushu was the first site in the country to be designated a national park.
Sakurajima is more than just postcard picture. It is an active volcano with a turbulent history: a walk close to the ancient lava flows will quickly make you realize this.
Lake Ikeda Kagoshima Kyushu's Largest Lake
Lake Ikeda: Lake Ikeda (Ikeda-ko) has a perimeter of 15km and reaches a maximum depth of 233m. It is Kyushu's largest lake and is location in Kagoshima Prefecture.
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