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Kyushu Travel Guide

Shinbaru-Nuyama Mounded Tombs

 

The site has been registered on the UNESCO World Heritage as

the Sacred Island Okinoshiam and Associated site in the Munakata Region    

 

The Tomb Group in Fukutsu City comprises the tombs of the Munakata clan, an ancient

powerful family that led interactions with overseas countries. The Munakata clan also

performed rituals on Okinoshima and nurtured the tradition of faith in in the sacred island

 

 

 Location of Munakata & Fukutsu

   

 


 

 General information  

 

Address Shinbaru-Nuyama area, Katsuura, Fukutsu-city, Fukuoka-prefecture
Access

15 minutes by a vehicle from JR Togo station

60 minutes by a vehicle from Fukuoka-city

70 minutes by a vehicle from Kitakyushu-city

60 minutes by a vehicle from Dazaifu

100 minutes by a vehicle from Yanagawa


 

 Featured tous in Fukuoka-prefecture  

 

・ Fukuoka-city one-day tour

・ Kitakyushu-city one-day tour

・ Kawachi Wisteria garden & Kitakyushu-city one-day tour

・ Kitakyushu-city / UNESCO Industry Revolution one-day tour          

Kitakyushu-city study tour

・ Kitakyushu-city hiking tour

・ Yanagawa & Dazaifu one-day tour

・ Itoshima one-day tour

・ Munakata & Fukutsu / UNESCO Sacred region one-day tour  

・ Munakata, Oshiama & Okinoshima / UNESCO Sacred region one-day tour

・ Toho village, Asakura and Ukiha one-day tour

・ Yoshii & Yanagawa Hina doll festival one-day tour

・ Kurume & Yame region one-day tour

 


 

 

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