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Sarakura-yama, Kitakyushu

(4.6/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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  • Really pretty at night. Ride a cable car and monorail, compared with Charley in Nagasaki, also in more fun to watch. It's the best for the both ends of the cable car seat the seat is very good and the monorail is an alarm clock static burn as quickly as possible with a view to this night.
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  • The staff was was a visit from Kitakyushu things in a new light on recently aired on the TV show (new Japan topography), so nothing is interesting, even though it offers some great views. "Seeing is believing is better than look", please see with your own eyes!
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  • To the Summit can be reached by shuttle bus from JR Yahata station (free), cable car, slope car. Also under the Summit parking lot in a car, climbing a little bit from there even seems to go. Anyway, it is great. I make sure to go take a look at the sights. Also unlike night view of the city, especially at night and out the colour of an industrial zone. Also 3 night new Japan and the peaks are counted in the lover's sanctuary. I think wanting to climb the next hike.
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