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Kagoshima has been dubbed as the "Naples of the Eastern world" because of its bay location hot climate, and emblematic stratovolcano, Sakurajima. Kagoshima is also home of near-mythical samurai hero Saigo Takamori and it is also related to the Satsuma Rebellion. Airports available in Kagoshima 1. Kagoshima Aiport Kagoshima airport has an international and domestic terminal. The international terminal serves four flight routes that operate between Kagoshima and Korea, Shanghai, Taiwan, and Hong Kong.
This airport is equipped with souvenir shops, restaurants, convenience store, post office and a money changer. These facilities can be found in the domestic terminal. This airport is located one hour away from Kagoshima's main train station. Bus companies such as Iwasaki and Nangoku-Kotsu offer bus services every 10 minutes going from and to the city centre, that stops at the main train station and the Tenmonkan shopping street.
How to get Cheap Flights to Kagoshima? It is easy to find cheap flights to Kagoshima with the help of Traveloka. Traveloka is a search engine that will help you compare prices of flights between airlines and provides you with the best option. To find the best deal, search for the destination in the Traveloka website or the Traveloka mobile app, and it will show you the available options.
You can also use the price alert feature to notify you of future price changes. When is the Best Time to Fly to Kagoshima? The temperature in Kagoshima can vary greatly. The temperature can be pleasant in some parts of the year. However, it is really hot in the summer and cold in the winter with a possibility of rain or snow throughout most of the year.
The warmest time to visit Kagoshima is in August, July and September. The temperature in August can reach It is important to note that Kagoshima has four seasons which means that Kagoshima will have different weather conditions and temperatures throughout the year. In Kagoshima, the busiest month for tourism in February, followed by March and July.