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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...
Updated date: 2017-03-23 16:52
  1. Castle kokura
  Despite the simple outward appearence of its castle tower (constructed in Karadzukuri style), Kokura Castle is splendidly constructed. The castle was built by Hosokawa Tadaoki, who received...
Updated date: 2017-03-23 16:39
As part of the dying will of feudal lord Kuroda Nagamasa, the Akizuki Castle was built in 1623, becoming the official residence of the succeeding feudal lords of Akizuki. The castle grounds itself is...
Updated date: 2017-03-14 14:33
  1. Cherry blossoms at Oyodo River
  The entire cityscape of Miyazaki can be overlooked from the Mount Tenjin viewing deck. Inside the park is a natural promenade walkway, a pond and also a playground. With around 400 cherry bl...
Updated date: 2017-03-06 16:03
  Daikouzenji Temple is a temple of the Tendai Sect established by Gyoki (a famous Japanese Buddhist during the Nara Period of Japan) in 717 and is so well-known for its azaleas that it i...
Updated date: 2017-03-03 17:30
  1. Nokonoshima Island Park
  Nokonoshima is a small, suspended island along Hakata Bay. The widespread natural park on the north side of the island is Nokonoshima Island Park. It's known to people as a tourist resort fo...
Updated date: 2017-02-27 17:27
At the tip of Udozaki, which is already the tip of Nichinan, Miyazaki is Udo Shrine, whose main temple housing the deity Ugayafukiaezo no Mikoto (father of Emperor Jinmu, the first emperor of Jap...
Updated date: 2017-02-24 17:21
  Mount Uomidake, which stands at a height of 215 meters, resembles the famous Diamond Head of Hawaii. People can drive their cars up to the summit. The mountain boasts of various flowers bloo...
Updated date: 2017-02-23 13:18
  The Chikugo River Lift Bridge is a movable bridge whose central part can be lifted to allow ships to pass by. It spans across the mouth of the river which used to be part of the Saga Line of...
Updated date: 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...

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