Ibusuki Beach: Sand bathing in southern Japan

Posted In Inform
Mar
18


Photograph: © SAF – Coastal Care

Excerpts;

In Ibusuki, a beachside city on Kyushu Island in Japan’s subtropical south, it’s all about the sand. Not the dark color of the sandy granules or even the length or width of the beaches, but rather the intense infusion of minerals from volcanic hot springs along the coast…

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