• Tsunoshima
  • Shuhoudo
  • Kintaikyo
  • Omishima

Please relax and enjoy your trip to Yamaguchi Prefecture

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Yamaguchi is located on the westernmost of the main island of Japan, bordering Hiroshima and Shimane on the east and Fukuoka of Kyushu on the west.
Yamaguchi's three sides are surrounded by the sea ―Japan Sea, Seto Inland Sea, Sea of Hibiki, and its long coastal line of about 1,500 km shows various expressions such as emerald green ocean and beautiful sandy beaches, superb view of cliffs and oddly-shaped rocks eroded by raging waves, and appeasing sceneries of small islands in the sea.

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Motonosumi Shrine
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National Treasure Rurikoji Five Storey Pagoda
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Akiyoshi Dai
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White wall townscape
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Hagi Castle Town
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Kintaikyo Bridge
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Tsunoshima Bridge
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Hofu Tenmangu
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SL Yamaguchi

山口県イメージ

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Fruit Picking

From Tokyo, flying from Haneda Airport to Yamaguchi Airport or Iwakuni Kintaikyo Airport, and from Osaka, Shinkansen train is recommended.
From the neighboring Fukuoka and Hiroshima, it takes about 30 minutes by Shinkansen train to get to central part of Yamaguchi.
Rental cars are useful to get around in Yamaguchi, so renting a car at the airport or station and going sightseeing is recommended.