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Umagase, Hyuga

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  •  Walk 10 minutes walks from the parking lot and arrive to the of-the-art Observatory, but on the way over the Rocky to walk toward the edge to his fear of heights is a place quite like.  Still visited is fascinated by cliffs of columnar joints also said that overwhelming height 70 meters from the stands at the prospect signs. It would also point not too far way from the hyuga City say Cruz sea, Rocky looks cross point or spillable in Sun City.
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  • Miyazaki has seen from one of the best tourist destinations. Fantastic sea views. Watching over the soul. 1 hours and 30 minutes by car from the city of Miyazaki. Parked and walk along the trail for about 30 minutes. I'm pretty well trimmed in length can be reached without difficulty. Chinese tourists also come to quite a bit. That is renowned for. I would just like once and never regret.
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  • About 10 minutes by car from the hyuga IC, arrived at the parking lot. You can walk there in about 10 minutes, going horse back prospect place. You can see the coastline of columnar joints, rapidly cools and solidifies in the Middle got blown by eruption of Mt. lava. You could better weather the view from the Observatory, a calm sea of Nada. Furthermore, the cliffs from the tall Observatory European horse to 70 m in height and look as much as they were.
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