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Updated date: 2017-07-20 16:03
  1. Sakura blossoms at the Kumamoto Castle
  Kumamoto Castle, which is one of the three famous castles in Japan, was constructed by Kato Kiyomasa in a span of seven years. The castle is about 980,000 square meters wide and has a circum...
Updated date: 2017-07-10 15:20
Kunimigaoka in Takachihocho, Miyazaki, with a star of the Michelin Green Guide, has an observation deck from where you can see a panoramic view of Mount Aso's five peaks and the Sobo Mountain range....
Updated date: 2017-06-30 12:36
  Mount Inasa is a landmark place in Nagasaki and is a hugely popular spot for appreciating the night view of the city.   The Nagasaki night view holds the new world record for...
Updated date: 2017-06-20 14:37
Kumano Magaibutsu Stone Buddha is situated atop a rugged and steep flight of stone steps in Hirano. One of the largest in the country, the Magaibutsu stone figure is an Important Cultural Property of...
Updated date: 2017-06-16 14:41
Florante Miyazaki is a botanical park where you can enjoy seasonal blooms and other greenery. With lawns that are beautifully green all year round, show gardens of different specimens and gardening...
Updated date: 2017-06-08 17:22
Ebino Plateau, situated in the southwestern part of Miyazaki Prefecture, is a volcanic zone. It is located on the border between Miyazaki and Kagoshima prefectures, and belongs to Kirishima-kinkowan N...
Updated date: 2017-04-06 11:29
  In the middle of the popularly nicknamed "Uminonakamichi" peninsula which separates Hakata Bay from the Genkai Sea (Uminonakamichi literally means 'road in the middle of the sea') is one of...
Updated date: 2017-03-31 17:14
  1. Cherry blossoms at Shimabara Castle
  Inside the Shimabara Castle area is one of the symbols of Shimabara tourism, the local historical museum which houses comprehensive data about the early Japanese Christians. The Shimabara Ca...
Updated date: 2017-03-31 16:36
  Yutoku Inari Shrine is one of Japan's major Inari shrines (along with Fushimi Inari in Kyoto and Kasama Inari in Ibaraki) and is believed to be where the god of food, clothing, shelter, fami...
Updated date: 2017-03-29 15:59
  Nishi Park was formerly known as Aratsuyama Park until its name was officially changed to "Nishi Kouen (Nishi Park, with nishi meaning 'west' in Japanese) in the 1900s. The many cherry bloss...

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