Monday, May 9, 2016

A TRIP TO KAGOSHIMA. 鹿児島の旅。

We went to Kagoshima and Miyazaki for 3 days.
It takes about 2 hours to go to Kagoshima by airplane.


We could see Mt.Fuji clearly from the plane.




We could see Mt.Fuji when we came back to Tokyo.



The beauty of flaming sunset is indescribable.


Arriving at Kagoshima,we went to Sengan-en garden.



The main gate of Sengan-en garden.



A stone gaslight lantern. 



A stone lantern with a lion statue.


The flags of former feudal lord's emblems.



Sakura-jima island with a volcano.


We stayed a hotel located at Ibusuki city.


The hotel's garden and Kinko-wan bay.


One of the hotel's room where we stayed.



There was a Japanese room too.



Next day,there were heavy rain and strong winds in the morning. 
We could see carp pennants were swimming in the air by Kinko-wan bay.



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50 comments:

  1. I would love to explore this place for hours and hours on end. It looks breathtaking. Thank you for sharing :)

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    1. Dear OE.
      Thank you very much for your comment.

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    2. You are very welcome. I am now following your wonderful blog so that I can follow your future adventures :)

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    3. Dear OE.
      Thank you very much.

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  2. Beautiful place...amazing photos... Mt. Fuji is gorgeous...

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  3. I enjoyed this Post again, in each capture... At last I saw in the cinema "Greetings from Fukushima". It's touching my Soul.

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    1. Dear Erica.
      Thank you very much for your comment. Thank you for watching the cinema.

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  4. Que lugar maravilhoso!
    As fotos estão fantástica e que passeio agradabilíssimo amiga
    Uma semana iluminada
    Beijos

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  5. Thank you for the tour. Your photos of Mt. Fuji are great.

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  6. Wonderful photo of Mt. Fuji and the sunset! I love learning about your country through your photos and blog.

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  7. Great photos you have taken. Magical picture of Mt. Fuji

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  8. Beautiful place and marvelous photography ~ Nature is so lovely and the Asian culture brings the indoors inside with their simple and elegant decor ~

    Happy Week to you ~ ^_^

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  9. Oh wow - these are grand photos!
    Thanks for sharing with us at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/05/the-cats-of-san-juan.html

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  10. Some great photos here, thank you for sharing! Love the "flaming sunset" photo in particular!

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  11. You shots are very fabulous especially the aerial view of Mount Fuji. Not everyone could be so fortunate like you to get the photographs at beautiful sunset.

    Again, you slept in a luxurious hotel room that overlooked the panoramic ocean view. It was like heavens.

    Where is your next vacation Minoru-san?

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    1. Dear Twilight Man.
      Thank you very much for your comment. We will go to Aomori prefecture.

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    1. Dear Fiona.
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    2. Wow! It's wonderful indeed!
      Pleased to be here!!!
      Hugs and love from Brasil

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  13. Hello Minoru, Beautiful series of photos. I love the view of Mt Fuji and the gate is gorgeous.

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  14. Wow that sunset is just amazing

    mollyxxx

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  15. Great photos of Mt Fuji. Love the sunset.

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  16. The icy tip of Mount Fuji looks majestic

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  17. I love the 1st photo, Minoru, it is fantastic. Interestingly these stones.
    Besos.

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  18. Such lovely sets of Mount Fuji photos taken by you, Minoru.

    Kagoshima is nice too. :)

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  19. 強風で鯉のぼりが元気に泳いでますね。南の鹿児島となると同じ九州でも余震など地震の影響は皆無のようですし、往復の富士山の眺めもふくめ、いい旅でよかったですね。いつもながらの豪華なホテルも素敵です。

    Yoko

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    1. Dear Yoko sama.
      こんにちは。はい、ありがとうございます。先割りで飛行機を予約していますので、熊本、大分の罹災者の方には申し訳無いと思いましたが予定通りに行きました。二日目は大雨で予定していた指宿近辺の観光地は全てパスしました。

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  20. こんにちわ。鹿児島までの旅2時間で飛んで行けるのですね。飛行機から見えた富士山、一瞬奥村土牛の富士山を思い浮かべました。真っ赤な夕焼けに映る富士のシルエット素晴らしいです。そろそろブログに戻ります。また訪問させて頂きます!

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    1.  Dear Tomoko sama.
      こんにちは。ありがとうございます。そうですか、奥村土牛の絵画は白い富士山を思い出しました。ブログのアップ期待しています。

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  21. この庭園行った事がありますよ。 とても懐かしいです。 すてきなホテル! 泊まってみたいです。詳しく教えてください。 富士山が見えてラッキーでしたね。いい写真になってます。

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    1. Akemi sama.
      こんばんは。お久し振りです。ホテルの名前は指宿白水館です。http://www.hakusuikan.co.jp/
      砂蒸し風呂に入って来ました。

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  23. wonderful photos, Mt Fuji looks so impressive!

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