Things to Do in Yamaguchi

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If you're visiting Yamaguchi, check out this list of top tips and things to do to make the most of your time there.

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Shoin Jinja is a shrine dedicated to one of Japan's greatest educators during the Bakumatsu era of Japanese history - Yoshida Shoin.
An aquarium right next to the Kanmon Straits in Shimonoseki
Akama Shrine recalls the sad story of the Emperor Antoku, who perished offshore in the Kanmon Straits during the Battle of Dan-no-ura in 1185.
Akiyoshido Caves is the largest limestone cave in Japan, part of Akiyoshidai, the largest karst plateau located in the city of Mine in Yamaguchi Prefecture.
The small town of Hagi is a surprising find, rich in history and sightseeing spots, and a recommended stop along the northern coast of Yamaguchi.
Iwakuni city (岩国市) is located in Yamaguchi-ken. It was formerly a castle town that belonged to the warrior Lord Hiroie Kikkawa during the Edo period.