Updated: 2017-09-01 17:38
  The valueable natural heritage of Okinoerabujima's Limestone cave, Youcan enjoy the different "space" and "superb view" completely different from everyday life.   For more informa...
Updated: 2017-08-17 18:16
  The Senganen Garden, also known as Isoteien, was originally constructed in 1658 by the wealthy Shimazu Clan, a powerful family during the Edo Period (1603 – 1867). The Shimazu Clan ruled the...
Updated: 2017-02-13 14:27
  Deai Bridge and Todoro Bridge are two separate stone arch bridges going over the Okudake River; Todoro Bridge boasts of having the largest arch in Japan while Deai Bridge is the second...
Updated: 2016-09-21 17:00
  Hakusui Dam was constructed in 1938 on the Ono River, running down from the outer crater of Aso eastward through Oita Prefecture.   Keeping the water pressure down with the fragil...
Updated: 2016-08-05 15:03
  Yabakei in Oita Prefecture is widely known as one of the newly-selected Top 3 Scenic Views of Japan. It is also home to the Yabakei Dam. Visitors go to Yabakei for the dam which offers diffe...
Updated: 2016-08-03 15:34
  Shiraito no Taki (Shiraito Falls) has been designated as a place of scenic beauty in Fukuoka Prefecture.   From a height of around 30 meters, the pure-white splashes of water...
Updated: 2016-07-21 10:30
  Harajiri Falls is famous for being one of Oita’s best 100 sceneries and also Japan’s 100 best waterfalls. Boasting a width of 120 meters at a height of 20 meters, this is a rare waterfall sa...
Updated: 2016-07-20 10:52
  1. Nabegataki Waterfall
  Nabegataki Falls is located only 5 minutes away by car from the Sakamoto Zenzo Museum. Local volunteers help preserve the pathway leading up to the waterfall and ensure that the area is...
Updated: 2016-07-12 14:50
  Okonotaki Falls is a dynamic waterfall reknown for the large volume of water flowing over its cliffs. With a 88m-drop, from throughout Kyushu Okonotaki Falls has been ranked in the Top...
Updated: 2016-06-30 15:11
  The Gokanosho Momiki Suspension Bridge is a pair of bridges which was directly constructed to be suspended over the scenery below it, and there is nothing quite like it in Japan. Witness the...

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