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Miyazaki Cruises

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Miyazaki Holidays

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Miyazaki’s Phoenix Zoo boasts a rare flamingo show – unusual but worth a photo.

See replicas of the famous Easter Island statues at the Sun Messe Nichinan seaside park.

Stunning Cape Toi has breath-taking ocean views plus rare Misaki wild horses native to Japan.

Be enchanted by your holiday to Miyazaki, an area steeped in Japanese mythology. Marvel at important Shinto shrines here, such as Aoshima Jinja, lucky for married couples, or Miyazaki Shrine, dedicated to the mythical first emperor of Japan.

At Takachiho Shrine, the Shinto sun goddess hid herself in a cave, depriving the world of light, while stunning Udo Shrine, overlooking the ocean, is believed to help people wanting children. You’ll be intrigued by the 400 strange replica burial statues in the shape of animals, warriors and dancers at Haniwa Garden and impressed by Heiwadai Park, with its imposing Peace Tower.

Chill out on Miyazaki’s beautiful beaches or be inspired by natural wonders such as Takachiho Gorge, Minainotaki waterfall and the Kirishima mountain range, with its volcanic lakes, hiking trails and hot springs.

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The best of Miyazaki – things to see and do

Admire colourful blooms, stunning beaches and geological wonders in Miyazaki, on Kyushu. It’s a magical place, steeped in legend and natural beauty.

Discover Miyazaki’s museums

  • 120 ratings

Get hands-on with space travel at the Miyazaki Science Centre, or discover more about Japan’s plant life, animals and folklore at the Miyazaki Prefectural Museum of Nature and History.

Explore lovely Aoshima

  • 230 ratings

Enjoy Aoshima Island, with its lovely white beaches, subtropical jungle and strange rock formations at low tide, known as the ‘devil’s washboard’.

See Miyazaki in bloom

  • 230 ratings

Visit the Florante Miyazaki, a botanical garden with seasonal flowers and beautiful lawns, plus colourful illuminations in winter.

Be impressed by an enchanting gorge

  • 230 ratings

Rent a boat or follow the walking trail at breath-taking Takachiho Gorge, where volcanic basalt columns on the sheer cliff walls resemble the scales of a dragon.

What ships can I choose for my Miyazaki cruise?

    Our ships travel around the world so there are times when they won’t be present in this location. so it’s worth checking back.

    Make the most of your holiday to Miyazaki with our amazing shore excursions

    With expert local guides, easy 24-hour cancellations, plus guaranteed first off ship and return-to-ship if your tour is delayed, our tailor-made shore excursions allow you to experience each incredible destination in a whole new way.

    On cruises to Miyazaki you can explore lush and beautiful Aoshima island, with its shrine known for matchmaking and nearby Shochu Brewery. Or explore Udo Shrine, set in an atmospheric cliff-side cave, with stunning views over the ocean, plus a town where samurai buildings still stand. To book the best of holidays to Miyazaki, see some of our most popular excursions below.

    Udo Shrine and Obi Castle Tour

    Visit the fabulous, brightly painted Udo Shrine, set on a cliff facing the ocean, with jaw-dropping views. In Obi see armour and swords at Obi Castle museum and visit Yoshokan, an old samurai residence.

    Aoshima Island and Shochu Brewery

    Discover the beautiful tiny island of Aoshima, with its lush tropical plants and shrine known for matchmaking. At Shochu Brewery see how this traditional Japanese alcoholic beverage is produced.

    Why book a shore excursion with us?

    Guaranteed first off ship

    Book a tour and you'll enjoy priority departure in port.

    Guaranteed Return To ship

    If our tours are delayed, the ship will wait for you!

    Safety First

    All our shore excursions are planned by insured partners, who adhere to the highest safety standards in the industry.

    Official blog - spotlight on your Miyazaki cruise

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    Go beyond Miyazaki

    Have you considered these popular ports outside of Miyazaki?

    • 250 ratings

    Nagasaki will intrigue with its fascinating fusion of cultures. Visit Chinatown, the WWII memorials, Glover Garden and the city’s Christian, Buddhist, Shinto and Confucian sites to discover its dramatic history.

    Explore Nagasaki
    • 250 ratings

    Enjoy a heavenly holiday in Okinawa, where you’ll find idyllic beaches, colourful coral reefs and sacred Ryukyu sites. Try karate and local craft-making here or relax in a soothing hot spring spa.

    Explore Okinawa
    • 250 ratings

    Explore Buddhist and Shinto temples and shrines in Fukuoka, a lively port on Kyushu Island. There’s a lot to enjoy, including serene gardens, tempting shops, mouth-watering restaurants and lovely islands.

    Explore Fukuoka

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