Yoron to Kagoshima Ferry
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Yoron is located on the island of Yoronjima which is part of the Amami Islands. Yoronjima is administered as the town of Yoron, Kagoshima and the island is approximately 20 square kilometres in mass that's surrounded by coral reef. This subtropical island is a popular place to go for a holiday with many resorts offering all kinds of activities including water sports. Sweet potatoes, sugar cane and floriculture are produced due to the warm climate and moderate rainfall. other major industries include the production of distilled shochu liquor, vinegar, sea salt and Brown sugar refining. Yoronjima was invaded by samurai from Satsuma Domain in 1609.
The city of Kagoshima was officially founded on 1 April 1889 and lies on the south western tip of the island of Kyushu in Japan. Kagoshima is the capital city of Kagoshima Prefecture and is the largest city of that prefecture by some margin. Kagoshima city sits on the coast with a lovely bay location and has often be referred too as the "Naples of the Eastern world" with a hot climate and emblematic stratovolcano, Mt. Sakurajima. Kagoshima has a thriving port with ferry crossings to Ibusuki, Kametoku, Motobu, Naha, Naze, Nishinoomote, Osaka, Wadomari, Yakushima and Yoron.