Japan KYUSHU Tourist  ジャパン九州ツーリスト株式会社

We are the specialist’s for travel and tours in Kyushu, Japan
warmly welcoming customers from all over the world.

九州を旅行する日本人をはじめとする、世界中の人たちの旅行会社です

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Kanmonkyo bridge built in 1973

  2024/01/11
  Japanese history

  Kanmonkyo bridge is the suspended bridge crossing the Kanmon Straits, a stretch of water separating two of Japan’ …

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Karato Fish Market established in 1933

  2024/01/15
  Japanese history

  Karato Fish Market, is a fish market in Shimonoseki establish in 1933, and the blowfish trading volume is Japan’s …

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Unzen jigoku Martyrdom from 1626

  When Matsukura Shigemasa became the new federal lord of Shimabara in 1616, many people were Christians. Initially …

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Hokohara martyrdom place in Omura in 1657

  This is a place related to the Kori-kuzure incident in Omura in 1657 in which a large number of hidden Christians …

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Shimabara Rebellion in 1637

  The site is located in Minami-arima in Minami-Shimabara-city and the Battle field of Shimabara Rebellion which wa …

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Nagasaki Port was opened to the World in 1859

  Nagasaki Port was opened in 1859 for trade with the world. And a residential areas were created for foreigners in …

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Japan’s modern Steel industry in 1901

  Japanese industry at the end of 19th century was 200 years behind.  After Mathew C Perry came to Japan in 1853, J …

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Atomic bomb in Nagasaki in 1945

  Disastrous War must not be repeated. The plutonium atomic bomb exploded about 500m over the central monument at 1 …

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Hidden Christian site, Kasuga Village

  Kasuga Village and Mount Yasugatake is a Christian Pilgrimage site and is registered on the World Heritage as Hid …

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Hidden Christians

  Oppression against Christians began with the Tokugawa shogunate’s ban on Christianity. The missionaries wer …

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