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■ The blessing of our volcanic landscape

Located at the most southerly point of the Satsuma Peninsula, Ibusuki has a subtropical warm climate.

Furthermore, Ibusuki is blessed with an abundance of picturesque scenery spots and gushing onsens. They are all gifts from the volcano. Since a large part of the volcano terrain still exists, the town is often called the ‘volcanic museum’.

The volcanic lakes of Ikeda and Unagi, Nagasakibana where you can see lava remains, as well as the active volcano Kaimondake and the beautiful local scenery mesmerise all that see them.

In addition, much of the volcanic terrain has become the object of time-honoured faith. By way of example, Mt. Kaimon is known for its sea gods, and it is thought that a dragon lives in Lake Ikeda. This is surely the embodiment of our awe and gratitude to the surrounding nature steeped in history.

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