Heading the list is Kirishima Shrine, home of the mythical descent of the grandson of the Sun Goddess onto Mt . Takachiho, and a focal hub of re... More from Travelocity
Heading the list is Kirishima Shrine, home of the mythical descent of the grandson of the Sun Goddess onto Mt . Takachiho, and a focal hub of respect for Shinto deities to this day . Another inspiring spot is Maruo Falls, where the flows from Miike, the largest crater lake in the Kirishima mountain chain, blend with local hot spring water to form a single united cascade .
There's plenty of stimulation for the sports-minded guest too, such as Takachiho Country Club wrapped in the vast natural surroundings of Kirishima Yaku National Park, 12 all-weather tennis courts, a multipurpose athletic ground and other outstanding facilities .
There are also opportunities to experience local performing arts such as the 'Nine Spirits Masked Drumming,' or enjoy classical performances at the Miyama Concert Hall . 'Pick-your-own-fruit farms' offer blueberries in the summer, 'kaki' permissions in the fall and other tasty harvest treats . Settle back for a full measure of vacation paradise, using the Kirishima Royal Hotel as the base camp to access your every resort wish .
|General||24 hour front desk, Air-conditioned, Parking (free), Pool (outdoor), Restaurant, Sauna|
||Great service. 83% of the guests liked it.|
||Hotel is nice enough. 73% of guests gave positive comments.|
||Best value. 100% of the guests loved it.|
||Rooms are ok.|
||Food is average.|