the cave where the samurai general retreated in
Kagekiyodō is the cave named from lore of a samurai general “Kagekiyo”. He was defeated and retreated into the cave about 800 years ago. The highlights of the cave were the beautiful walls and ceiling as if some patterns are engraved, and fossils of corals and others.
Trying the adventure course is highly recommended. You will proceed to the dark, inner part of the cave relying just on a flashlight.
A camping site and a hot spring facility are located right beside the cave.
|ADDRESS||3108 Aka, Mitō-chō, Mine-shi|
|OPEN HOURS||8:30-16:30 for entering, closed at 17:15|
|DAYS CLOSED||N/A, Open 365 days|
|ESTIMATED TIME||1 hour (incl. adventure course)|
|LANGUAGES||-Japanese, English (Beginner)|
|BARRIER-FREE AREA||From the entrance to the point of 700m inside|
|WHEELCHAIR RENTAL||-Available at the ticket booth
-Free of charge
|ADVENTURE COURSE||-Add ¥300 to the entrance fee.
-The ¥300 includes the rental fee for a helmet, flashlight, and rubber boots.
5min from Edō IC in Ogōri-Hagi Expressway via Mine Higashi JCT in Chūgoku Expressway
Tourist information center (Akiyoshidai Tourism Exchange Center)
FAX：0837-62-0899 (Japanese, English, Chinese)
Mail：firstname.lastname@example.org (Japanese, English, Chinese)
Entrance Fee (Regular)
Foreign Tourists Discount ※Group of 20 or more
※The person in charge needs to present the passport at the time of ticket purchase.
※Group discounts only.Discounts on individual travelers were abolished from April 2019.
Adventure course: plus ¥300 to the above entrance fee.