Difference between revisions of "Akiyoshidai Quasi-National Park"
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Akiyoshidai (秋吉台), meaning Akiyoshi Plateau, in Yamaguchi Prefecture is a quasi-national park of Japan. It is a part of the largest karst topography in Japan.
Akiyoshidai is largely covered with grass. Its grassland is the second largest in Japan and is kept by burning off dead grass in February. You can see thousands of limestones all around Akiyoshidai, as is characteristic of karst.
Flora and fauna