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About Kyushu

Kyushu is the third-largest and southern most of the four major islands of Japan.

Its population numbers over 15 million. Although isolated from the Japanese main stream

on Honshu, it has been an important entry point for foreign influence and culture.

During the long period of isolation from the West, the Dutch settlement at Nagasaki in Kyushu

was Japan’s only legitimate connection to the outside world. Kyushu is the closest island to

Korea and China.

In the north, the cosmopolitan city of Fukuoka / Hakata is major international arrival point, and the

terminus for the Shinkansen ( Bullet train ) line from Tokyo.





The island is mountainous, and Japan’s most active volcano, Mt Aso at 1,591 metres, is on Kyushu.

There are many other signs of tectonic activity, including numerous areas of hot springs.

The most famous of these are in Beppu, on the east shore, and around Mt. Aso in central Kyushu.


Kyushu is a politically defined region that consists of the seven prefectures on the island of Kyushu,

plus Okinawa Prefecture to the south.






Kyushu has rich landscapes including nature and diverse cultures

including food cultures. And also,  Kyushu is known as ‘Onsen island’

and there are many Onsen resorts to stop into while you’re travelling



Onsen Resorts

Kyushu is known for the best and most picturesque Onsen resorts in all of Japan.

The profusion of Onsen is due in part to Kyushu’s very landscape: it’s home to no less than

volcano groups that are responsible for creating the island’s thermal waters.

The featured Onsen Resorts 

Harazuru Onsen  in Fukuoka–prefecture

Takeo & Ureshono Onsen in Saga-prefecture

Unzen Onsen , Obama Onsen in Nagasaki-prefecture

Beppu Onsen,  Yufuin Onsen in Oita-prefecture

Aso Onsen, Kurokawa Onsen in Kumamoto-prefecture

Ibusuki OnsenKirishima Onsen in Kagoshima-prefecture


Japanese cuisines and local delicacies

You can enjoy many different local dishes using fresh and unique

ingredients in various places during your travel.

Also you can meet a lot of amazing things what you have never

experienced before.


Japanese Castle

Long ago Japan was divided into many small provinces. The lords of each

province fought to take each other’s territory. Castles were built by the

lords to show off their power and control their provinces. They were both

residences and military bases. They were made of wood, but used various

defensive devices for protection.


Shinto Shrine

There are over eighty thousand Shinto shrines in Japan, and they represent

the oldest architectural style in the country. Shinto is a religion unique to

Japan. Respect for land and nature is its basic premise. Usually there is a

mirror in the case inside each Shrine. This is the symbol of Shrine’s deity.


UNESCO World Heritages

Sites of Japan’s Meiji Industrial Revolution 

Iron and Steel, Shipbuilding, and Coal Mining, are a grouping of historic sites

that played an important part in the industrialization of Japan in the Bakumatsu

and Meiji periods. Location of the site Kitakyushu, Nakama, Saga, Omuta,

Arao, Misumi, NagasakiKagoshima.

Hidden Christian Sites in the Nagasaki Region

Hidden Christian Site in Nagasaki Regions bear unique testimony to the

tradition of people and their communities who secretly transmitted their faith

in Christianity while surviving in the midst of the conventional society and its

religions during the time of prohibition. Location of the  sites are NagasakiShimabaraHirado and Amakusa.

The Sacred Island Okinoshiam and Associated site in the Munakata

In three shrines of Munakata Taisha, located in the islands of Okinshima,

Oshima and Kyushu.  From Okitsu-miya Yohaisho on Oshima, we can

worship Okinoshima from afar. And Shimbaru-Nuyama Mounded Tomb

Group is the evidence of people who nurtured the tradition of worshipping

the sacred island. Location of the sites are Munakata, Fukutsu, and Oshima.

Yama, Hoko, Yatai, float festivals in Japan  

In cities and towns throughout Japan, float festivals are held by communities

annually to pray to the gods for peace and protection from natural disasters. 

Location of the site : KitakyushuFukuoka, Hita, Karatsu, Yatsushiro.


Festivals and Events in Kyushu



Kyushu Travel Guide

The tourist information on Kyushu for each prefecture and each

area are prepared and by Japan Kyushu Tourist.


Kyushu tour packages

Japan Kyushu Tourist offers various types of customized tour

package as a Tailor-made tour exclusively for you.






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