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Kyushu National Museum, in Dazaifu


Kyushu National Museum was opened in 2005 in Dazaifu-city next to Dazaifu Tenmangu

Shrine, as Japan’s fourth national museum after Tokyo, Kyoto and Nara. Dazaifu is the place

where played important role as an administrative center and a center for trade with China and

Korea since 1300 years ago, therefore the concept of the museum is decided “Interpreting

the formation of Japanese culture from the perspective of Asian history”.




Chrysanthemum is a familiar flower to Japanese as the symbol 
of the Imperial Family and a symbol of longevity and rejuvenation. 

The Chrysanthemum exhibition is held annually in autumn from mid October 

to mid November in many shrines, temples and gardens throughout Japan.

Hinamatsuri, girls Festival


Hinadoll is displayed at the Hina matsuri ( girls Festival) to celebrate for family with young

girls to pray for their good health and happiness.

Hina matsuri is a traditional Japanese event that announces the arrival of spring and

are held many places.


Imamura Cathedral, in Fukuoka-prefecture


Imamura Cathedral is located in Tachiarai, Fukuoka-prefecture.

A Christian group was born in this region in the late 16th century.

When Christianity was banned, I continued my faith as a hidden Christian.

The twin-towered Romanesque-style brick Cathedral planned by Father

Tamotsu Honda and completed in 1923 with financial aid from foreign countries.

It was designed and constructed by Yosuke Tetsukawa, who was a master

church builder at the time.

The Cathedral has been designated as a national important cultural property.

Yamano Church, in Hirado


Yamano Church was built in 1924 in the Yamano area, where is halfway of

Mount Yasuman. Most people living in this area are Christians.


The ancestors of the Yamano village fled persecution from Nishisonogi and

Sotome to Goto island during ban on Christianity.

However, they were unable to live on Goto island, so they moved to this area of

Hirado Island between 1820 and 1830.

Beppu Hell tour, in Beppu


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.  Five 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 : 5 hells are located within walking distance of each other in this area.


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 Bouzu-Jigoku 

Oniishi shaving Head Hell, large and small bubble of hot gray mud that boiling up here

look like the shaven head of monks.


White Pound Hell, the colorless water that naturally spouts from the ground mysteriously

turn creamy white. 


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.


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. 


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. 


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.

Yoshinogari Remains, the 3rd century B.C.


The largest archeological remains in Japan.  Lie on the spacious hilly area in the north-eastern

part of Saga. Remains of a ringed-dugout settlement presumably dating back to the 3rd century

B.C. were unearthed there, and excavation is still underway at the site. They are among the

largest archeological remains in Japan.

Nokonoshima Island, in Fukuoka-city


Nokonoshimain the middle of Hakata Bay Beautiful flowers can be enjoyable throughout

the year. Rapeseed blossom, Cherry blossom, Livingstone daisy Poppy, Rhododendro,

Marigold, Hydrengea, Plumed cockscomb, Dahlia, Sunflower, Cockspur coral tree 

Bougainvillea, Scarlet sage, Cosmos, Dahlia, Autumn leaves, Scarlet sage, Japanese

narcissus, Japanese camellia, Plum.

The breath taking panoramic view of the Hakata Bay can also be enjoyed.

Restaurant Sakimon, Barbecue house, Retro Shop Omoideya Shop Shimaya, Art Gallery

Warabekan, Gift Shop.

A 10 minutes ride the ferry from Meinohama part to Nokonoshima island port, and then a
13 minute ride the Nishitetsu bus from Nokonoshima island port to Island Park. 

Accurate Japanese map completed by Ino Tadataka in 1821


Ino Tadataka started surveying the land of Japan at the age of 56, and

spent 17 years creating Japan’s first accurate map of Japan based on actual


The map was completed in 1821, three years after his death.

Siebold came to Japan in 1823 as a Dutch doctor, and not only introduced

Western culture to Japan, but also passionately researched and collected

materials about Japan.

When he was returning to Dutch, he was found hiding a secret Japanese

map made by Ino Tadataka, and was ordered to be deported.

However, at that time, he succeeded in secretly copying the map and

taking it with him.

Siebold introduced Japan to the West through the maps and materials he

brought back.

This information served as a reference when Mathew C Perry visited Uraga

in 1853.

Kawara Sobe, 瓦そば


Kawara soba is a local cuisine which Soba noodles and meat are cooked together on a Kawara

(stone roof tile) and dipped into a special sauce when eating it. It is said that the hints were

obtained from the time when during the Seinan civil war in 1877, soldiers of Satsuma who

surrounded the Kumamoto castle used kawara (stone roof tiles) to cook wild plants and meat.


It is said that the hints were obtained from the time when during the Seinan civil war in 1877,

soldiers of Satsuma who surrounded the Kumamoto castle used kawara (stone roof tiles) to

cook wild plants and meat.