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Yamaguchi Highlights: Karato Market, Tsunoshima & Motonosumi Inari Shrine
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Yamaguchi Highlights: Karato Market, Tsunoshima & Motonosumi Inari Shrine

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・Convenient pick-up and drop-off locations in Fukuoka City. Not so early departure tour for a leisurely day in Yamaguchi Prefecture by Sea of Japan! <br><br>・Have a glimpse of Yamaguchi in Japan’s Chugoku region! Akama Shrine in Shimonoseki has a long history and is regarded as power spot by the local. <br><br>・Karato Market is in particular notable for its seafood and sushi, and a can't-miss spot for sushi fans! <br><br>・Experience driving across the&#xa0;Tsunoshima Bridge and visit Motonosumi Inari Shrine which is selected as one of Japan's 31 most spectacular spots. The impressive shrine gates stand in a row and stretch over 100 meters towards the sea, attracting viewers to a fascinating torii world.
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Muka_85 wrote a review Jun 2017
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I went on a Sunday and I saw many Japanese out with their families for picnic at Senjojiki. I cycled to Senjojiki from Senzaki Station in Nagato city. I started by renting an electric bicycle from the rental shop at the pier near Senzaki Station. From there, I cycled along the coast to reach Nagato-Furuichi Station. Then, it was an uphill cycle up to Senjojiki and then downslope to Motonosumi Inari Shrine. The to and fro journey took me 6 hours + 1 hour for lunch. Back to Senjojiki, the location is on top of a hill and there is a good view of the rice fields near Nagato-Furuichi Station. It got slightly foggy which was quite interesting. You can also see some birds (eagles or falcons maybe) circling the skys. This is definitely worth a visit if you visit Nagato city! However, I would suggest that you cab here. (The cycling is quite tough)
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Date of experience: June 2017
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