Miyazaki is situated at the east side of Kyushu. If measured on a straight line, its north-south length is approximately 160km while its east-west is approximately 70km wide. Facing Hyuganada, famous for the black currents running through it, this extensive land is blessed with a warm weather and the highest number of clear days in the country. Indulge yourself to the grace of the sun and blessings of greeneries.
If you walk around the town and could see the sparkling green Phoenix and Washington Palm row of trees with seasonal flowers blooming on the roadside.
Widely known as �the home of myths�, Miyazaki is extensively mentioned in the oldest surviving book, �Kojiki� (Records of Ancient Matters) and classical history book of Japan, �Nihonshoki� (Chronicles of Japan). Japanese myths, as told by these two ancient books breathe alive ubiquitously in the prefecture
Meanwhile, sports camp in Miyazaki is so famous inside and outside the country that it has become a season term for spring. During sports camping season, domestic and overseas teams including baseball and J-league come here for training. It is not exaggerating to say that Japan camp season starts here in Miyazaki.
Come and feel the myth and the legend handed down from ancient times across the prefecture. Hope you enjoy marine sports and find something congenial in exceptional games by the professional players. Rediscover the great charm of Miyazaki!.