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Akiyoshi Limestone Cave, Mine
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Step into Akiyoshi Limestone Cave, a large cavern housing a number of interesting rock formations and a mysterious, otherworldly atmosphere. A prominent feature of the local karst landscape, the limestone cave has an entrance 24 m (78 ft) in height and 8 m (26 ft) in width, though the cave reaches 100 m (328 ft) in width and 80 m (262 ft) in height inside. Punctuated with a number of naturally carved works of art, the cave has become known for its terraced limestone pools, underground waterfalls, and streams. Use our Mine holiday planner to visit Akiyoshi Limestone Cave on your trip to Mine, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • And the Akiyoshi-do cave Akiyoshi, once I'd been so nice. It was indescribably, and 透kitootte River located at the entrance of the Akiyoshi-do cave is very beautiful. Was thinking inside the cave is a little wider, but surprisingly helpful, enjoy.
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  • Rimstone is so cool, so is often considered summer evening spot. Is certainly likely, people much too slowly to take pictures, or watching the walls can not. I think you want and watch the flock like sheep with Akiyoshi Akiyoshi-do cave to visit before I came there in the winter, and covers the top of limestone. Meals are ready to Hagi, seen in green and head office enjoy the Orchid beef.
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  • Came to Akiyoshi-do cave, the entrance is 3 months, enter from the main entrance and parking lot 1, 400 Yen, karst Observatory near Neri mildew data portal with tomoka kurotani an employment is free but I came ever again to the main entrance from kurotani as gloss no rocks, previously on the rock face succulent has been the energy office lighting also LED to changes has lessened and that the water is still hot, dead nor has stopped growing stalactites, but naturally, a mysterious space now can keep forever??
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