Miyazaki in Miyazaki is inhabited by approximately 310,000 people.
From here it's 180 miles (290 kilometers) to the north to Hiroshima and 260 miles (418 kilometers) to the northwest to Busan, South Korea.
While in Miyazaki, discover a world of family fun at Seagaia Ocean Dome. Don't pass up the opportunity to visit this lively and engaging destination, offering hours worth of entertainment for children big and small.
Set aside some time for the Miyazaki Prefectural Art Museum, one of the most interesting museums in Miyazaki. Study the displays, admire the art, browse the various galleries and try the interactive exhibits.
When the weather’s fine, pay a visit to Heiwadai Park, a place where families can breathe in the fresh air. Keen gardeners love to visit here for its well-designed botanical displays.
Take snapshots, enjoy the presentations and discover the animals and plants at Miyazaki City Phoenix Zoo, an entertaining and fascinating zoo. The residents here will win over the entire family so plan plenty of time to thoroughly explore this unforgettable zoological encounter.
There’s no reason not to work on your average when in Miyazaki; visit Phoenix Country Club, home to the best greens and the nastiest bunkers the area. Tee off down the excellent fairways, attack the bunkers, then enjoy a few laughs with fellow golfers in the clubhouse bar.
Travel back in time by taking a tour of the Miyazaki Prefectural Museum of Nature and History, one of the main history museums. Walk the center’s silent hallways and examine the ancient exhibits on display.
The Miyazaki Shrine is the place to head for those who think they’ve seen everything in Miyazaki.