Updated: 2017-04-07 14:49
  Kirin Beer is one of the four beer makers who have factories located in Kyushu; this factory can be found in Asakura, south of Fukuoka prefecture. Kirin Beer Park Fukuoka has vast grounds wi...
Updated: 2016-12-28 17:59
  A place called "Hell" spouting hot water and fumes 250-300 meters from the depths of the earth can only be experienced in Beppu. Take a tour around the 7 hells (hot springs) of Beppu, 4 of w...
Updated: 2016-12-14 17:04
  Agano pottery first developed during the early Edo Period as makers of bowls used for drinking tea called “chatou.” Even then, Agano pottery is exceedingly light in weight as well as in colo...
Updated: 2016-10-03 15:05
Kyushu Apple Village is located at the hillside of Mt. Umami, where farmers use this expansive, 22-hectare area to specialize in growing fruits, particularly pears and apples.   These farme...
Updated: 2016-09-06 11:39
  The Showa Period of Japan is a celebrated era which marked the revival of the country after the second World War. "Showa no Machi" in Bungotakada, Oita, is a shopping street which recreates...
Updated: 2016-08-17 13:43
  With its white sand stretching out to 800 meters in length and the brilliant cobalt blue of its waters, Takahama Beach undergoes yearly inspections which garners it a lot of awards under its...
Updated: 2016-08-10 09:46
  Aside from the beautifully-formed Takachiho Gorge due to lava flow from an eruption of Mount Aso, the shrine where mythical legends of Japanese gods such as the descent of of the god Ninigi...
Updated: 2016-08-08 18:40
  “Ikamaru” is a sightseeing boat tour which departs from Yobuko Port and heads toward the eastern tip of Yobuko, where the Nanatsugama Caves are located. The tour itself is around 40 minutes...
Updated: 2016-08-08 16:02
  White water rafting at Kuma River began on July 24, 1992 as an adventure sport, and the date serves as an anniversary of this event.    From its first year up to present time...
Updated: 2016-08-08 15:44
  The distance between Kuchinotsu, the southernmost tip of the Shimabara peninsula which faces the mouth of the Ariake Sea, and Itsuwa, Amakusa in Kumamoto prefecture which is located on the o...

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