The jetfoil Toppy 3 carries passengers between Kagoshima on southern Kyushu and Miyanoura on Yakushima Island, Japan.

The jetfoil Toppy 3 carries passengers between Kagoshima on southern Kyushu and Miyanoura on Yakushima Island, Japan.

The jetfoil Toppy 3 glides into Miyanoura on the northeast side of Yakushima Island, Japan.

The jetfoil Toppy 3 glides into Miyanoura on the northeast side of Yakushima Island, Japan.

The Ohko-no-Taki Waterfall on the southwest side of Yakushima Island, Japan, drops 88 meters.

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This hidden waterfall behind the Yakushima Iwasaki Hotel on the south side of Yakushima Island, Japan, is worth the hike.

This hidden waterfall behind the Yakushima Iwasaki Hotel on the south side of Yakushima Island, Japan, is worth the hike.

The Taikoiwa Trail in the Shiratani Unsuikyo Natural Forest in central Yakushima Island, Japan, gives access to a scenic wonderland.

The Taikoiwa Trail in the Shiratani Unsuikyo Natural Forest in central Yakushima Island, Japan, gives access to a scenic wonderland.

The Taikoiwa Trail passes below the Kugurisugi cedar in the moss-laden Shiratani Unsuikyo Natural Forest on Yakushima Island, Japan. Some of the giant yakusugi cedars are thousands of years old,

The Taikoiwa Trail passes below the Kugurisugi cedar in the moss-laden Shiratani Unsuikyo Natural Forest on Yakushima Island, Japan. Some of the giant yakusugi cedars are thousands of years old,

The Taikoiwa Trail climbs through the Shiratani Unsuikyo Natural Forest on Yakushima Island, Japan. The area has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site.

The Taikoiwa Trail climbs through the Shiratani Unsuikyo Natural Forest on Yakushima Island, Japan. The area has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Anbo on the southeast side of Yakushima, Japan, is the second largest town on the island. Jetfoils from Kagoshima call here.

Anbo on the southeast side of Yakushima, Japan, is the second largest town on the island. Jetfoils from Kagoshima call here.

Moss-covered rocks like these are common in the Shiratani Unsuikyo Natural Forest on Yakushima Island, Japan.

Moss-covered rocks like these are common in the Shiratani Unsuikyo Natural Forest on Yakushima Island, Japan.

The Shiratani River flows through the Shiratani Unsuikyo Ravine high up on Yakushima Island, Japan. The Hiryu Otoshi Waterfall is a highlight.

The Shiratani River flows through the Shiratani Unsuikyo Ravine high up on Yakushima Island, Japan. The Hiryu Otoshi Waterfall is a highlight.


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