One of the things Kagoshima is best known for is its proximity to Sakurajima, an active volcano on a nearby island (or what used to be an island — the lava from a 1914 eruption actually connected it to the mainland).
There’s a ferry that goes from Kagoshima to the island every ten minutes or so.
It’s a quick, but scenic, boat ride.
Once you get to the island, there’s a path that goes along the shore where you can see some volcanic rocks, and a pretty great view of the volcano.
There’s also a surprising number of cats, for some reason.
But mostly, some amazing views.
I mean, come on.