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Updated date: 2017-11-09 10:43
  Located in the majestic nature of Kuju Mountains, "Kuju Forest Ski Park" is one of the few ski resorts in Kyushu. The slope has a total extension of 2,500 m and a maximum incl...
Updated date: 2017-09-26 17:26
  You can experience paraglider and hot air balloon in the majestic view of Aso. feeling walking in the air from a small hill (20 m to 30 m high). Everyone can enjoy it easily. Besid...
Updated date: 2017-08-10 16:50
  There are a lot of places nicknamed "Little Kyoto" throughout Japan. They are so called because they convey the atmosphere of Kyoto. One of them is Hita in Oita Prefectur...
Updated date: 2017-08-02 17:54
  Obama is set against a backdrop of the magnificent Unzen mountains, facing the deep-blue Tachibana Bay. From the open-air hot spring, you can view the amazing sunset in the west. The red sun...
Updated date: 2017-07-10 16:23
Re-open July 1,2017 Marine World Uminonakamichi is an aquarium with a wide knowledge of marine life. Sea creatures can be viewed and touched, making it enjoyable for both children and adults....
Updated date: 2017-06-16 16:15
Sakuranobaba Johsaien is a Japanese tourism facility located next to Kumamoto Castle in Kumamoto City. The facility is composed of three areas: Johsaien Kumamoto Castle Shops, Wakuwakuza History and C...
Updated date: 2017-06-16 14:28
To travel around Kyushu, you must come in and out from Fukuoka. Taking a lot of baggages with you while traveling is not desirable, right? Now there is a space for storing your luggages cal...
Updated date: 2017-06-15 18:33
  Showa Roma-gura, the central hub of Showa no Machi in Bungotakada City. This Showa Romangura is a must to feel nostalgic ambience. For example, various retro items in the amusement museum,...
Updated date: 2017-06-02 15:11
Kujukushima Pearl Sea Resort is the gateway to Saikai National Park and Kujukushima (99 Islands). It is the center for various activities in Kujukushima such as island tours around Kujukushima via ple...
Updated date: 2017-05-24 16:08
  Miike coal mine was the largest coal mine in Japan, located in the area of Omuta, Fukuoka. Coals were porduces for 400,000 tons per year. The mines played an im...

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