Updated: 2016-06-09 11:12
Tokyo Tower boasts of being the second highest radio tower in all of Japan. It is 333 meters tall. Until the completion of the Tokyo Sky Tree, it was the tallest tower in Japan and is also known as th...
Updated: 2016-06-06 11:21
Bayside Place Hakata, where one can enjoy a wide variety of establishments from shopping to gourmet, reopened in March 2010.   The passenger terminals of the Hakata Port Wharf is right next...
Updated: 2016-05-11 10:18
  Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park was built in remembrance of the souls of the atomic bomb victims and as a symbol of prayer for continuous world peace. The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum which...
Updated: 2016-05-06 13:35
  Akiyoshidai Karst Observatory is a circular platform where the protruding limestone rocks of the Karst Plateau can be seen in a 360-degree superb panoramic view from its second floor. There...
Updated: 2015-12-26 16:56
  1. Hakata Port Tower and Hakata Port Bayside Museum
  A familiar symbol of Hakata Bay, the Hakata Port Tower has a viewing deck 70 meters above the ground where a 360-degree panoramic view can be seen.   In addition, the Hakata Port...
Updated: 2015-12-23 18:23
  Kagamiyama, or Mount Kagami, is 284m tall and boasts of a superb view of the city and the countryside below it. It also offers views of Nijinomatsubara, Karatsu Bay, and even a sil...
Updated: 2015-12-23 18:20
Yumiharidake Observatory is an overlooking spot in Sasebo City where you can see both the greatness of the wilderness, as well as the urban sights in the area.   Looking out to the wes...
Updated: 2015-05-23 17:05
The Rokko Arima Ropeway that connects the Rokko summit and Arima Onsen in about 12min. While enjoying the air walkl, one can enjoy the the direct, majestic view of the nature that...

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