Living in Miyazaki
Miyazaki Prefecture is located on the island of Kyushu in western Japan. Its population is about 1.1 million, and its capital, Miyazaki City, has a population just below 400,000. Miyazaki Prefecture is a very popular destination for tourists in Japan, as it has many onsen, resorts, and is a fantastic place for surfing. In addition to these resorts and onsen, one can enjoy wagyu of the highest quality; Miyazaki Prefecture is the second highest producer of Japanese Black Cattle. The hyuganatsu fruit originated in Miyazaki Prefecture, first discovered in the 1820s. Interestingly, a very rare mushroom, the Devil's Cigar, grows in Miyazaki Prefecture; the only other location the Devil's Cigar has been found is central Texas, USA.
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