Ukiha and Yanagawa one-day tour
Exploring the two most featured destinations in southern part of Fukuoka-prefecture.
Ukiha : Located in the Chikugo plain, spread out at the foot of Mino mountain range
Enjoy a breath taking view in Ukiha and a time-honored scenery, back to 100 years ago in Yoshii.
The tour is the private tour exclusively for your group.
・Minimum number : 4 person
・Maxum number : 30 person
・Tour date : please specify the date
・English, Chinese or Korean speaking guide is accompanied
・Chartered vehicle is utilized such as a taxi or bus as per number of person
if you use a taxi, a foreign language (English, Chainese or Korean ) speaking driver
can be arranged.
9:00 Depart Fukuoka-city
Transfer to Ukiha
Visit Ukiha Inari Shrine
Exploring Shirakabe-dori Avenue
Lunch at Featured Restaurant, Shirakabe
Transfer to Yanagawa
Back to Fukuoka-city
17:00 Arrive at Fukuoka-city
Where to visit
Breath taking scenery harmonizes with the Shrine, Ukiha Inari Shrine, located at foot of Mino
mountain range, 130 m height from sea level. The 90 vermilion coloured Torii Gates stand on
the 300 steps stairs is introduced you from bottom area to the Shrine main building.
To the Shrine
Shrine main building
Breath taking view from Shrine
Time-honored scenery, back to 100 years ago, Located in Yoshii-machi, Shirakabe, literary meaning is
white wall. The avenue of houses with white wall were constructed about 100 years ago. About 250
houses in the area has been designated as National important raditional buildings preservation district.
The restaurant Shirakabe is in the former merchant’s building constructed in 1928.
Japanese cuisines using best local ingredients that vary by season can be enjoyed.
The chef who makes that cuisines also experienced the imperial family’s cook.
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.
Listed on National Scenic Landmark, was built in 1697 as the villa of the Fourth Lord
Tachibana Akitora. At that time the region was called Hanabatake (Field of flower), so
the villa was named Ohana or Flower.
Yanagawa is the birthplace of renown poet Hakushu Kitahara, whose accomplishments
are marked by a memorial park and the many stone monuments bearing his works placed
throughout the city.
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