The Yoron Museum is a good place to check out while you are in Yoron.
See why Kagoshima is so beloved by local and international travelers alike, by experiencing the cornucopia of man-made and natural attractions around Yoron. Kunigami and Okino Erabu are two other places you may wish to visit while you're in Kagoshima.
Sometimes, the best travel memories can be found in a region's cafés and restaurants. Tonkotsu (stewed pork belly and ribs) and satsumaage (deep fried fish paste) are are two perennial favorites with vacationers and locals.
Before you disappear on your holiday do as savvy travelers do and get to know a range of relevant lines in Japanese. "Isshoni odorimasenka?" ("Would you like to dance with me?") is handy. "Where's the toilet?" is also useful, so practice pronouncing "Benjo wa doko desu ka?"
Much of the region acknowledges Birthday of Emperor Akihito on the 23rd of December, so be prepared for changes to business hours and increased demand for transport.
When it is time to leave Yoron, pack up your camera and mementos, spend your last of your yen on last-minute souvenirs, and bid a fond Sayōnara (farewell) to this wonderful spot.