Kagoshima: A Guide to Volcano Sightseeing and Accommodation on Sakurajima

Sakurajima is an active volcano island located just 4 kilometers from the city center of Kagoshima. Staying in these hotels allows you to have a close-up view of the smoking crater and the volcanic clouds floating above Sakurajima. Highly recommended for nature-loving tourists!

Solaria nishitetsu Hotel Kagoshima

The location of the hotel is very good. You can reach the hotel by walking through the underground passage from JR Kagoshima Station, which is very convenient for traveling and sightseeing. Outside the hotel window, you can see Sakurajima volcano on one side and the Ferris wheel of JR Station on the other side. The scenery is great and suitable for tourists to stay.
The hotel is located right next to a tram station, making it convenient for travel. In addition, various landmarks are within walking distance from the hotel. The in-house hot spring bath is spacious and perfect for relaxing after a long day and getting ready for the next day's trip. The hotel also offers a wide variety of delicious breakfast options.

Rembrandt Hotel Kagoshima Resort

The hotel is only a 5-minute walk from Kamoike Ferry Port, where you can enjoy the scenery of Sakurajima along the way. The hotel offers outdoor hot springs, an outdoor swimming pool, and dining services to meet your vacation needs.
The best thing about the hotel is the outdoor natural hot spring pool with a stunning view of the ocean. Some rooms also offer a direct view of the Sakura volcano and Kinko-wan Bay, providing an excellent stay experience.

Green guesthouse

The hotel's location is excellent, just across the road from the port, making it very convenient to visit both Sakurajima and Yakushima Island. The service inside the hotel is particularly warm and thoughtful, with front desk staff being able to speak both English and Chinese well, so there is no need to worry about check-in problems. The scenery on the rooftop is also very nice, allowing guests to enjoy the sunrise view of Sakura Island's volcano in the early morning.