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Keya no Oto
Keya no Oto is one of Japans three largest Genbudo Caves, and also the largest cave in Japan. This national natural treasure is representative of Itoshima City. Visitors can see the "Hexagonal Pillar Rock" inside the cave, a rock which has been designated as a national natural monument.
677, Shima-Keya, Itoshima City, Fukuoka Prefecture, 819-1335
[Sightseeing Boat Fee] ・Adult: 700 JPY ・Child: 350 JPY ・Toddlers: First toddler goes free, second charged a t child price
[Operation Hours for Sightseeing Boat] 10:00 am - 4:00 pm (Mid-March - November) *Please confirm via the official website
[Sightseeing Boat Officially Closed] December - February *Please confirm via the official website
Mar., Apr., May, Jun., Jul., Aug., Sep., Oct., Nov.
Approx. Catch a Keya-route Showa bus from JR Chikuzen Maebaru 10-minute walk from "Keya" bus stop.
Approx. 20-minutes from Maebaru Interchange on the Nishi-Kyushu Expressway
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