ジャパン九州ツーリスト株式会社  Japan KYUSHU Tourist

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We are a specialist of Fukuoka and Kyushu tour
日本人のお客様の団体旅行と外国人のお客様のカスタマイズ旅行の専門会社です

Night-view from Mt. Satrakra

 

The world’s most dynamic, magnificent and spectacular Night-view 

 

Mount Sarakura is the highest mountain in Kitakyushu-city 
with an altitude of 622 metres from sea level, and is a part of 
Quasi-National Park.

In the evening, one of the most beautiful night scenes in 
the world can be seen, known as the One Million Dollar 
Night-view.

 

 


 

In 10 minutes, you can reach the summit

 

Mount Sarakura
The mountain where many people are enjoying tracking.

It takes about one and half hours on foot to top of the mountain with 622 metre
above sea level from the Cable Car Station. But, you can easily and quickly reach
the summit by using the Cable Car and Slop Car.
Cable Car
The longest cable car in Kyushu, the total length is 1,100 metre from the Moutain-foot
Station to the Summit Station, connecting the elevation difference 440 metre in
5 minutes.  You can enjoy spectacular panoramic views that change from 
moment to moment from the fully glazed window.

Slop Car
The self-drived monorail, the inclination angle of the rail changes while running,

but the floor is always kept horizontally by the hydraulic control system.
connecting the the total length of 159 metre rail in 3 minutes from the Cable Car 

Top Station to the Summit.

 

Hell tour

Beppu’s most hyped attraction 


Hell (Jigoku Meguri ) tour that is a collection of hot spring where the 

water bubbles forth from underground, often with unusual result.  

Seven of the hells are located in the Kannawa district where over
4 km northwest of Beppu station, and two in the more remote Shibaseki 
district.

 

Kannawa district 

6 hells are located within walking distance of each other in this area.

 

Umi Jigoku

Sea Hell, it resemble of sea, this 200 metre deep, cobalt blue 
pond of 
boiling water emerge 1200 years ago after a volcano 
explosion.


 

Oniishi Bozu Jigoku 

Oniishi shaving Head Hell, large and small bubble of hot gray 
mud that boiling up here look like the shaven head of monks.


 

 

Shiraike Jigoku 

White Pound Hell, the colorless water that naturally spouts 
 from 
the ground mysteriously turn creamy white. 

 

Yama Jigoku

Mountain Hell, a gust steam clear to reveal prancing lion,
Bathing hippos and curious chimpanzees.
Taking its name from the mountain mud formed over years.

 

 

Kamado Jigoku 

Oven Hell, a bright demon standing on an enormous cooking
pots is the mascot of the site, temptingly divided into six
unique, pots of murky, budding thumping boiling water. 

 

Oniyama Jigoku

Devil’s Mountain Hell, the force of the steam produced at this
Spring can pull one and a half train cars.
This hellish site is the happy home of a variety of crocodile
 And alligator who slither down breeding water into the warm.

 

Shibaseki district

It takes about 5 minutes by car or bus from Kannawa district to this Shibaseki district.

 

 

Chi-no-ike Jigoku 

Blood Pull Hell, the clay is steaming hot point that the

steam is red. Japan’s oldest natural Jigoku as written 
about in the
Bungo Topography described as Akayusen, 
a reddish hot
spring.  


 

Tatsumaki Jigoku

Water spout Hell, a geyser, is a natural monument
designated by Beppu city.
The Geyser means a hot spring spouting out boiling

water and steam in interval.

 

 

Yanagawa Canal boat cruise

 

Yanagawa is the castle town located in southern part of 
Fukuoka Prefecture.

There is no castle ruin any more and only roadside canals 
are left here. Yanagawa Canal boat cruise is to board a 
small boat called the Donkobune and slowly go down the 
river skillfully maneuvered by a boatman with bamboo pole. 

You will enjoy a leisurely cruise along the streets and houses 
which still retain some remnants of castle town, hearing the 
boatman’s explanation of the history and landscape of 
Yanagawa. 
You can also enjoy the specialty of Yanagawa 
eel steamed in basket called “Unagi-no-seiromushi” on the boat.

 

 

The Japan’s longest foot bath (日本一長い足湯)

 

Called “ Hot foot 105” is the Japan’s longest foot bath in Obama Onsen Resort, 

located at the mountain foot of Unzen in Shimabara peninsula.



The length of foot bath is 105m which is same number of the hot 
spring source temperature of 105 degree Celsius.


 

 

 

Activities

 

We offer many activities and fun things to do in Kyushu.

 

Canal boat cruise in Yanagawa 

Yanagawa Canal boat cruise is to board a small boat called the Donkobune and

slowly go down the river skillfully maneuvered by a boatman with bamboo pole. 

Enjoy a leisurely cruise along the streets and houses which still retain some

remnants of castle town.   

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Foot bath in Beppu 

Foot bath is called Ashiyu in Japanese and is a public bath 
in which people can bath their feet. Ashiyu in
Beppu set up 
at Kannawa Onsen. You can easily enjoy it without having 
to remove all your clothing, only the feet and leg up to the
knee are immersed. 
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Fruit picking

In the harvest time, the northern Kyushu boasts many area with beautiful

fruit orchards.
Fukuoka is one of the leading fruit-producing prefecture in all Japan.

The fruit production in Fukuoka is primarily concentrated in the southern

Chikugo region such as Ukiha,  Asakura and Kurume.  more


 

 

Hell tour 

The most exciting experience in Beppu is Jigoku Meguri or
 (Burning Hell) tour.  
A collection of hot springs where the water bubbles 
forth from underground, often with unusual result. more


 

Sake brewery visiting

There are a lot of Sake brewery in Kyushu where you can visit.
Most of brewery have a tasting corner, 
Let’s sample sake.
Sake is an alcoholic beverage brewed from rice, koji mold 
and yeast.  
 
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Michino Eki

Michino Eki means Road Station in Japan.
it provodes places for travelers to rest, they are intended to promote local tourism

and trade.
There are local shop where you can but local product such as agricultual products, seafood,

snacks, souvenirs and other goods.  more


 

Night-view 

The world’s most dynamic, magnificent and spectacular 
Let’s enjoy the breathtaking scenery that you have never 
seen before.
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Japanese cultural experience in Kokura

Time to enjoy dressing in Kimono, tea ceremony experience, 
and Rickshaw riding experience Kokura Castle Garden and 
Kokura Castle. You can also take beautiful photographs in 
this location to provide you with wonderful memories and 
recollection of your visit to Kokura. 
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Aso Tourist Tram

 

Aso Tourist Tram, the train ride starts with a great view from 
the first bridge pier at Shirakawa, 60 meters above the gorge.

 
This location is also famous for having the longest station 
name in Japan; Minamiaso Nizuno Umareru Sato Shiramizu 
Kogen Station.

There are many sites of interest along with the rail line in 
Aso region.


 

Choyo Station has only station building on the line dating from 
before the JR privatization.
There are also spa facilities at the Aso Shimodajo Fureai 
Onsen Station and attractive wooden building at the 
Takamori Station.

 

 

Operating schedule

The tram operates from March to late November on Saturday, Sunday, and holidays.
It makes two daily round trips between Tateno and Takamori.
It operates daily, however, during the scholastic spring and 
summer vacations and week-long holidays in May.

Reservations are accepted 10 day prior to boarding at the Takamori Station.

 

There is also regular daily train service on this route.

 

Ajimu Winery

 
Enjoy tasting Ajimu wine
 
The winery located in the natural rich Ajimu basin.
 
Ajimu Winery grows high-quality grapes by taking advantage of the 
temperature fluctuations found in the extreme climate unique to this region.

 
The winery brews full-bodied wines using only grapes produced in Oita Prefecture. 
Created based on the image of a winery set amid a forest, the grounds include a 
distillery, storehouse, vineyards, and shop. 

 

Ajimu Winery is striving to further improve research on cultivation of new grape 
varieties and distilling technologies with the aim of becoming one of the best 
wineries in Japan.

Japanese Cultural experiences in Kitakyushu

 

Time to enjoy dressing in kimono tea ceremony 
experience, and Rickshaw riding experience at 
Kokura Castle Garden and Kokura Castle.


You can also take beautiful photographs in this 
location to provide you with wonderful memories and 
recollection of your visit to Kokura Castle.


 

Tea ceremony

The Tea ceremony follow a traditional ceremony of serving
tea to guests.
The original form of tea ceremony was introduced to Japan
from China by Buddhist monks, and perfected by Master 
Sen-no-Rikyu based on the spirit of Zen in the 16th century.


 

Experience riding in the Rickshaw  

invented in Japan in the beginning of the 20th century.

 

Foot bath in Beppu (足湯)

 
Have you tried Foot bath before?
 
Foot bath is called Ashiyu in Japanese and is a public bath in which people can bath their feet.

 
Ashiyu in Beppu set up at Kannawa Onsen near the Hell tour spot.
You can easily enjoy it without having to remove all your clothing, only 
the feet and leg up to the knee are immersed. 

 

The Foot bath can still warm the entire body because of the large veins 
that run through the leg.


 

 

 

Takasaki mountain animal park

 

Takasaki mountain animal park

 

An altitude of 625m located in the boundary line of Oita-city and Beppu-city 
is known as a habitat of the wild Japanese monkey.

 

The park was opened in 1953, in which about 1700 wild Japanese monkey are living.
The monkeys are fed regularly by park wardens in order to keep them on the

mountain and prevent conflicts with farmers and residents in the neighborhood.