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I had no idea where I was being taken to and this cave was amazing. It is large with various rock formations to see inside. You get a glow stick which is pretty cool. You can meander the cave at your own pace. Inexpensive and...More
It's nice to have a walk in this cave. The track is well paved. So, many Japanese elderly visits this place.
It's a good get-away spot as it's only an hour bus from Yamaguchi city. Suitable for city girl like me who do not want...More
Cave is huge with waterfall inside the cave. Need to ascend and descend inside the cave while exploring it. Remember to keep your ticket as you will be required to show them when you re-enter from another entrance. Remember to visit the plateau via the...More
this is a place where tourists from outside Japan pay much less entrance fee (700 Yen instead of 1200). Cool! The cave is very big and there area lot of different things to see. Our teenagers were fascinated. Amazing cave. Worth the visit. The interesting...More
Highly recommended. You rarely have visits of caves in Japan, and the transport here is quite convenient with different buses running from Yamaguchi, Shimonoseki, Shin-Yamaguchi, Hagi, etc. The inside is stunning and adequate lighting is provided to explore the greatness of the water art by...More
I stayed in Hofu city and planned for a day trip to the Akiyoshido Cave and Akiyoshidai Plateau. It's easy to plan for transport as there are connecting buses from Hofu to Yamaguchi (about 50 mins), followed by a bus from Yamaguchi to the Akiyishido...More