Kagoshima Airport, which is the second busiest airport in Kyushu, is located in Kirishima.

Kirishima, Japan



Kagoshima Airport, which is the second busiest airport in Kyushu, is located in Kirishima.


822 Mizobechofumoto, Kirishima, Kagoshima 899-6404, Japan


+81 995-58-2740


Kagoshima Airport’s main terminal offers high standards of services and facilities to travelers to relax after a journey. Procedures at the terminal center are fast and efficient. 

Prayer Facilities

There is insufficient information about prayer facilities at Kagoshima Airport for Muslim passengers. There are a few mosques for prayer needs outside the airport that passengers can visit.

Halal Food

There is insufficient information on Halal friendly, alcohol-free food at Kagoshima Airport. It is recommended that Muslim diners inquire about the Halal status of food before dining or simply opt for vegetarian food! Several food courts are available at Kagoshima Airport, giving passengers several options such as restaurants, cafes and fast-food outlets. 


Numerous transport options are available around the Kagoshima Airport at affordable prices. Travelers can easily get into a bus or pick-up a car or taxi which can be taken from the area. Taxis are a popular - and also cheap - method of transport. 


There are plenty of shops at Kagoshima Airport to buy goods. Passengers may purchase the best products here. 


Plenty of facilities are available within the Kagoshima Airport including banking facilities, public telephones, cafes, restaurants, staff assistance, ATMs, luggage facilities and internet access.

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