Address: 3506-2 Shuhocho Akiyoshi, Mine, Yamaguchi 754-0511, Japan.
Getting there: You can take a bus and stop at Akiyoshidō Bus Terminal.
Highlights: Akiyoshidō cave is one of the largest limestone caves in the country. It is filled with geographically precious objects such as gigantic stalagmites, rimstones like terraced rice fields, and many others. The cave started forming a million years ago and you will be fascinated with the visible history of the earth. Enjoy it thoroughly by viewing and photographing. 🤩
You will walk through the cave comfortably as the temperature stays 17 ℃ throughout a year. You can go directly up to the Akiyoshidai Plateau from the elevator located in the middle of the cave.
Opening hours: 8.30am to 5.30pm daily
Admission fee: 1300yen
#bucketlistreboot #traveljapan #gooutside #naturewonder
Address: Mine, Yamaguchi 754-0602, Japan.
Getting there: The best way is to travel by taxi or by rental car. Huge parking space is provided.
Highlights: Akiyoshidai Quasi-National Park is served by a natural history museum, visitor centre, rest house, youth hostel and park headquarters building, and is traversed by a scenic roadway and several walking trails.
The plateau consists of uplifted reef limestones of Paleozoic age, which were thickened by overfolding during the Akiyoshidai orogenic movement. Subsequent erosion has created an undulating karst landscape dimpled with many dolines and countless limestone pinnacles up to two meters in height. The landscape and the hike was really amazing and you should definitely try it yourself! 😬😁
#bucketlistreboot #traveljapan #gooutside