Petsa ng pag-update: 2015-12-22 14:23
On the first 10 days of October, 2014, the school principal of my alma mater in Vietnam came to Japan to visit my juniors who are currently studying Japanese in Kumamoto. Because I also wanted to visi...
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Petsa ng pag-update: 2015-12-22 14:22
On the first 10 days of October, 2014, the school principal of my alma mater in Vietnam came to Japan to visit my juniors who are currently studying Japanese in Kumamoto. Because I also wanted to visi...
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Petsa ng pag-update: 2015-12-21 17:46
Aoi Aso Shrine was built in 806 AD, as a shrine of worship for the local deity of the Kuma Region. During the Middle Ages, it became the shrine of the guardian god of the Sagara Clan (who ruled from t...
Petsa ng pag-update: 2015-12-21 17:43
Aso shrine is said to have a history that goes back over 2,500 years. As you pass through the streets of Ichinomiya, the large Rōmon gate jumps out before your eyes. Beginning with Takeiwatsu-no-...
Petsa ng pag-update: 2015-12-21 17:41
  1. Kikuchi Valley (leaves changing colour during Autumn)
Located in the corner of Aso, Kujyu National Park, Kikuchi Valley, sees a stream flow for 4km underneath the mountain range that encircles Mount Aso for the length of the valley. It is also known as K...
Petsa ng pag-update: 2015-12-21 17:38
Kumamoto Airport is a hub for both domestic and international flights. Annually, over 3 million passengers use the airport for domestic flights and a further 40,000 for international flights, making K...
Petsa ng pag-update: 2015-12-21 17:38
The "Steam Locomotive Hitoyoshi," which recommenced operations on April 25th 2009, runs one round trip a day between Kumamoto and Hitoyoshi. Why not take a ride on the SL for a trip down memory l...
Petsa ng pag-update: 2015-12-21 17:38
The Kumamoto Public Transport Centre is a central hub for the city bus service, as well as the inter-city bus network (long-distance bus travel runs in and out of the centre). There are many faci...
Petsa ng pag-update: 2015-12-21 17:38
The magnificent caldera (cauldron-like volcano/volcanic formation) extends across 24km from north to south, 18km from east to west, and is surrounded by 4km of rugged, hardened lava. The five towering...
Petsa ng pag-update: 2015-12-21 17:37
Gion-bashi (Gion Bridge) is one of Japan’s largest stone girder bridges and has been designated as a Japanese “important cultural property.” A stone bridge that was made in 1832 by stonemasons from Am...

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