Kikai Island

"Yōkoso" to Kikai Island. It's located in Kyushu and Okinawa, a great area for anyone who is looking for a special place to refresh your weary body, mind and spirit. This region is popular for the picturesque beaches.

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Tokyo, the nation's capital, lies 770 miles to the northeast of Kikai Island.

Two great places in the vicinity of Kikai Island are Kikaijima, 0.2 miles to the southeast, and Tatsugo, 25 miles to the west.

Amami is 25 miles to the west of Kikai Island. This regional hub is known for Kuroshio No Mori Mangrove Park, Ohama Seaside Park and Arimori Shrine. Tanaka Isson Historic House and Amami Park are also cool options to explore.

Adventurous souls who want to immerse themselves in the great outdoors should try mountain biking and hiking.

No vacation is complete without your fix of down time. Cycling is just one great relaxing outdoor option available to you here and sunbathing is a second.

Regional tours are the ideal way to get to know the places the locals love. Don't wait, book one of the charming activities on offer, including cycling tours, city walking tours and culinary tours.

If you go sky diving in this area, who knows what other white-knuckled activities you'll try?

Swimming and snorkeling are just two of the exciting water activities you can take part in while you are in the region.

Be sure to take your tastebuds on an exciting adventure through the culinary landscapes of the region.

Embark on a gastronomic adventure. Beef and noodles are ingredients that are highlighted in a lot of meals.

Don't go home prior to tasting tempura (deep fried seafood or vegetables) or hakata ramen (noodles in pork bone soup).

Those who have a little room left might like to try anpan (sweet roll), a satisfying way to tie together your culinary journey.

Asahi Premium Beer Jukusen is a popular beer here. Find the nearest bar, kick back and see what you think.

Start your meal off with genmaicha (green tea with brown rice), an alcohol-free drink that's popular in the region.

Believed to be one of the most beloved regional alcoholic drinks here, junmaishu is definitely worthy of a taste.

We know you will be reluctant to say "Sayōnara" to Kikai Island, but the silver lining to a vacation finishing is that you have been able to enjoy some downtime as well as some fun.

When you're ready to head home, the Amami Oshima Airport is 17 miles northwest of Kikai Island.

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