Cherry Blossoms at the Kintai Bridge
By Linda Cordes
Discover the pale pink cherry blossoms of Yamaguchi.
By Steph Newman
An aquarium right next to the Kanmon Straits in Shimonoseki
By Mandy Bartok
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.
By Jerome Lee
Akiyoshi Cave is a mangificent adventure through Japan's (literal) underground
By Tristan Scholze
Iwakuni's Famous Kintaikyo Bridge is a fantastic backdrop for an annual fireworks festival Matsuri.
By JJ Walsh
Akiyoshidai Quasi-National Park is a nature lover's paradise. Founded in 1955, it is home to Japan's largest limestone plateau and Japan's largest cave.
By Justin Velgus
The Kintai Bridge of Iwakuni is one of the most famous bridges in Japan. It stretches across the Nishiki river in five magnificent arches.
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