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Itoshima one-day tour

 

Itoshima is a Resort town belonging to Genkai Quasi National Park located next to 

Fukuoka-city. 

Itoshima is facing Genkai Sea that the dynamic wave makes beautiful coast line scenery,

and on the other side is surrounded majestic Seburi mountain range makes beautiful 

country side landscape.

 

Tour condition

Start and end of the tour is Fukuoka-city.

English speaking guide is accompanied
Chartered vehicle ; a jumbo taxi or bus 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Sakurai Futamigaura

A beautiful sunset scenic spot at Genkai Sea, the place is selected as Japan’s 100 scenic 

beauty sunset beach.


 

Mataichino shio

A salt producing plant by using the sea water from Genkai Sea. The salt pudding is

reccommended​​

     

 

Keya Cave

The most largest basalt cave in Japan consist of octagon and hexagon columnar joints.


 

 

Lunch at Keya area


 

Sake brewery

Sake is unique Japanese liquor made by fermenting rice. Suginoya was founded in 1870

in Itoshima, and tasting of Sake can be enjoyed here.

 

 

Anego-hama beach

One of the most beautiful beach in Itoshima, when walking on the sandy beach a mysterious 

sound like  ” kyu kyu ” comes out


 

Raizan Sennyo-ji temple


 

Ichirano-no mori

Ichiran is an authentic tonkotsu ramen  (pork born soup ramen) restaurant, established

in 1960.  The ramen producing factory can be visited and various type of ramen can be

enjoyed at Ichiran-no-mori.


 

Itinerary

 

9:00 Depart Fukuoka 
Anego-hama beach → Mataichino shio ( Salt producing plant)  
Keya Cave → Lunch at Isonoya (sea food ) 
Sake brewery (Suginoya)  → Raizan Sennyoji temple 
Shopping (Ito saisai)
17:30 Arrive at Hotel 

 


 

 

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We would also love to chat about your travel plans on the phone,
so why not give our office a call.  ☎ +81-93-521-8897

 

 

 

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