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nice view and a must to go

When you go to Ibusuki, don't miss this station. It is easy to access if you drive. We were very... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
cpcog
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Hong Kong, China
Nice view

Interest point for you to take a photo. Nice view to see the Mt. Kaimondake. You can buy a post... read more

Reviewed 14 May 2018
watsnake
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Hong Kong, China
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602 Yamakawa, Oyama, Ibusuki 891-0514, Kagoshima Prefecture
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

When you go to Ibusuki, don't miss this station. It is easy to access if you drive. We were very lucky to see a train on our visit while there are very few trains every day. There are 2 post boxes in different colours. I...More

Thank cpcog
Reviewed 14 May 2018

Interest point for you to take a photo. Nice view to see the Mt. Kaimondake. You can buy a post card in the shop nearby then drop it in the nice post box there.

Thank watsnake
Reviewed 26 March 2018

This is so-called south-most JR train station. Except that, just a little humble station. The weather is bad, Kamondake can't be seen. Maybe train coming would be the best experience. I was suprised to see very frequent Japanese visitors. Try not to lose the train...More

Thank JH L
Reviewed 30 December 2017

This is the JR Japanese most southerly train station. As there are only few train stop by everyday, we travelled there by car. Also we could walk at the railway and it is fun and happy for taking photo.

Thank Den L
Reviewed 18 October 2017

Japan's most southerly train station. Nice location and shop/eatery nearby. In you're keen on Japanese trains and such then this is one you might want to cross off on your bucket list - buy only for a short visit. Easy access from Ibusuki station.

Thank Andrew M
Reviewed 27 August 2017

Besides being a mark for above mentioned reason, it has a lovely view to the Satsuma Fuji. If you have a JR pass should also stop here extending your visit to Ibusuki

Thank Rubpy
Reviewed 27 August 2017

I decided to extend my train trip to get to know the most southern JR stop. The view to Mountain from this station woth alse the visit.

Thank Rubpy
Reviewed 28 July 2017

I brought a Ibusuki bus pass at the station, I can use the bus pass to go over the Ibusuki. I went there by bus and getting off at Tokko Primary School (德光小學) and I walk through a farmland. It takes 20 mins walk to...More

Thank Fiona L
Reviewed 21 July 2017

We were driving so we came here after we visited Nagasakibana. It is a very small station along a straight railway with great view. One one side you can Kaimondake, the other side, well, lots of green fields, green houses..etc. The post that read "Southernmost...More

Thank EddieLeungHK
Reviewed 3 July 2017

Interesting to visit the southernmost JR station in Ibusuki with Mount Kaimon (mini Mt Fuji) in the background. Some tourists were seen just getting off the train, taking a few pictures and hopping onto the same train again. I had lunch at the only eatery...More

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