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Kagoshima Prefecture corresponds to the ancient Japanese provinces Ōsumi and Satsuma, including the northern part of the Ryukyu Islands . This region played a key role in the Meiji Restoration (Saigō Takamori), and the city of Kagoshima was an important naval base during Japan's 20th century wars and the home of admiral Tōgō Heihachirō.
The park is located 4 km from Uraga Station. It is a short 15-minute bus ride on the 須25・堀25・浦3bus line. If you decide to drive there are four large parking lots located within the park. It costs ¥1400 to park on the weekends and ¥890 during the week. During the off-season it is free to park.
So, for most older Japanese it is just a place to remember fallen ancestors and relatives, including those who died in the firebombings, and by coincidence today, August 15, is the the anniversary of the end of the war and the day most popular to visit the shrine.
Sanno Shrine in Nagasaki is famous for its one legged torii, which was created when the other leg was blown off during the nuclear blast. Sanno Shrine is only 900m from the atomic bombs hypocenter. Sanno Shrine is only 900m from the atomic bombs hypocenter.
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Miyakonojō is a city in Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan. The city was founded on April 1, 1924. As of November 1, 2012, the city has an estimated population of 168,072, with 70,549 households and a population density of 257.26 per km². The total area is 653.31 km² making it the largest city in the prefecture in terms of area. On January 1, 2006, the towns of Takajō, Takazaki, Yamada and Yamanokuchi were merged into Miyakonojō.