Genre : Campsites & Parks
Area : Yuya & Heki
The view from the 275 meter summit of Mount Myoken is truly remarkable, from the setting sun sinking behind the silhouette of the island below, and the fishing lights in the bay twinkling like diamonds in the dim light.
The mountain trail is lined with seasonal flowers like azaleas and hydrangeas, whose changing blooms are a delight to hikers.
Best viewing times for fishing fires: Rainy season, from May-June (Fishermen will not be out on Saturday nights, or the evening before a national holiday)
This small promontory extends into the ocean from the northwesternmost point of Japan's main island of Honshu, giving it extraordinary panoramic views.Read more
This tiny island is situated at the tip of the Mukatsu Peninsula, a nationally-designated scenic area and natural memorial.Read more
Yuya Terraced Rice Fields
The final resting place of warlord Yoshitaka Ouichi, who brought reknown to Yamaguchi during the Muromachi Period (1333-1573)Read more