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Okubungo region

 

Okubungo region is located in south-east side of Oita 
prefecture, 
and consists of Takada including kuju area 
and Bungo-ono.


 

Explore in Takeda and Kuju

 

Oka Castle Ruin 

Although once impenetrable with its high cliffs, today there is little that remains
of Oka Castle. What is left of stone walls and old pine trees can be bring one
back in time. From spring cherry blossoms to autumn foliage, each season
brings a different and exquisite look to the area. Claimed as a national historic 
landmark, it is also become famous by Rentaro Taki’s musical composition
“Kojo no Tsuki” featuring the castle ruins and the moon.

 

Nagayu Onsen resort

The hot spring is one of the most popular hot spring for foreign 
tourists,and is located at the foot of Kuju mountain range.
The hot spring is known as one of the world’s top 
carbonate spring.


 

Kuju Flower Park 

The park is located in the Aso-Kuju National Park, with 220,000 
square meters of round. From spring through autumn over 500 
kinds of and 5 million plant will come to bloom. Walking through 
forest area, flowers fields and wild flower areas can be enjoyed 
a range of breathtaking scenery.

 

Kokonoe Yume Otsutihasi

Japan’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge with the 390 meter long, lovated

at 777 meter above sea level.
From the bridge, visitors can enjoy the beautiful scenary including Shinfo Waterfall,

selected as one of Japan’s top 100 waterfall, the Naruko river gorge, and exquisite

foliage during the Autumn season


 

Kuju Winery

The winery established in 2002, and is located in Kuju-kogen 
plateau.


 

Explore in Bungo-ono

 

 Harajiri Waterfall

It is called Niagara Falls of Japan. The Ogata River, running through the

center of the Ogata plain in Oita Prefecture, flows furiously down a cliff

and creates Harajiri Falls.
The falls, 120 meters wide and 20 meters tall, are selected 
as one of the best 100 falls in Japan. 
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 - Blog, Destinations in Kyushu