SpotKomezuka

Komezuka is a 954 m hill. It was a volcanic hill and the summit sags downwards. There is a legend that says that God piled up rice to make a hill and distributed pieces of rice on the summit to poor villagers, which is how the bend on the top was made. The hill is covered with grass in early summer and well worth seeing. However, entry is not permitted because it is a working farm.

Komezuka

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Address

Nagakusa, Aso city, Kumamoto

住所

熊本県阿蘇市永草

TEL

0967-32-1960

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