A bright and sunny city with a southern resort atmosphere. Along a beautiful beach northeast of the city stands a vast international resort complex.
Miyazaki City is located in the central part of Miyazaki Prefecture and is the rail terminal city for southeastern Kyushu as well as the government and economic capital of the prefecture. Due to the mild weather, phoenix trees and palm trees can be seen everywhere, which gives the city the atmosphere of a bright southern resort. The place to see in the city is Miyazaki Shrine, built deep in the woods, with a Torii gate (shrine gate) made from simple, plain wood. It is a very unique shrine as it is built only with cedar.
Heiwadai Park is northwest of the shrine. Sixty meters above sea level, the park commands a superb view of the city and the Sea of Hyuga.
Tachibana-dori Street on the west side of JR Miyazaki Station is the city's main street. Prefectural government offices, banks, department stores, and souvenir shops line the street.
Northeast of the city, on Hitotsuba Beach, stands Seagaia, which has a golf course, tennis courts, the Miyazaki City Phoenix Zoo, and the Seagaia Convention Center, which provides space for international conventions. Hotels, cottages, and condominiums are also part of the facility. There is a free shuttle bus between the facilities.
[Air] 1h 45 min from Haneda to Miyazaki Airport, and 10 min from the airport to Miyazaki Station by JR Miyazaki Airport Line.
[Air] 1h 5 min from Itami Airport to Miyazaki Airport.