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Shimabara Peninsula


Shimabara Peninsula is located on the east side of Nagasaki-prefecture.

The peninsula is surrounded by three calm seas and has magnificent nature.

There is a unique landscape created by volcanoes located in the center of

the Peninsula.


Umagase, in Hyuga


Exciting scenery created by raging wave of Hyuga Sea. The coastline here is a ria coastline,

marked by intricate waterways sandwiched between cliffs. The cliffs here are 70m high and

the waves’ splashing against them is an enchanting sight.

The bare rock faces of the cliffs have given way to columnar joints, which are formed when

magma from a volcanic eruption cools and hardens. The source of the name “Umagase” is

thought to come from the fact that the rocks here are similar in colour to horses.

Cruz Sea, in Hyuga


Your wishes come true here. The Cruz Sea is an area of ocean that appears to have a

cross in it when viewed from an observatory.

This cape is known as a ria coast; the “cross shape” was created by the narrow terrain

here being eroded by rivers, resulting in a cross-shaped sea route.

Because the cross-shape looks similar to the Japanese kanji character 叶 (meaning “to

grant a wish”) it is commonly said that if you make a wish here it will be granted.

Anego-hama beach, in Itoshima


One of the most beautiful beach in Itoshima. Anego no Hama Beach is a beach of “singing”

sand that makes a squeaking sound when people walk on it. It is said that singing sand exists

only on clean beaches, and that 90 such beaches used to exist in Japan.  Today, however,

just 20 singing sand beaches remain due to environmental changes, making beaches like

Anego-hama a rarity.

Hibikinada Biotope, in Kitakyushu-city


Japan’s largest Biotope.  The Paradise of creatures made over the year in the waste disposal

site.  237 kind of birds including circus spinouts listed on the Japan’s endangered species

and 284 kind of vegetation have been confirmed in the Biotope of 41 hectares.

Mount Sarakura, in Kitakyushu-city


Mount Sarakura is the best scenic spot in Kitakyushu-city.

The height of the mountain is 622 meters from sea level. At the top you are presented with a

magnificent and spectacular view of Kitakyushu. ​In 10 minutes, you can reach the summit 

from the Cable Car Station using the Cable car and the Slope car. 


We offer the most dynamic night view in the World.

The dynamic city where one million people are living and working, is creating the beautiful Night view

which you have never seen before. The night view from the mount Sarakura is chosen the three major

Night View in Japan along with Nagasaki from Mount Inasa.

The area of Night view is the largest in the World ; about 40km east to west and 10km south to north 

And also the number of lighting to create the night view is the largest in the World. 

Shirakawa suigen, in Aso


Shirakawa suigen is the fountain to Shirakawa river that is one of the first class rivers of Japan.

The quantity of water that spouts with the sand at the bottom of the pond is approximately

60 tons per minute.

Takachiho gorge, in Miyazaki-prefecture


The narrow chasm cut through the rock by the Gokase RiverThe nearly sheer cliffs lining 

the gorge are made of slow forming volcanic basalt columns which resemble the scales of

a dragon where the stone twisted and flowed as it formedThere are two perspectives from

which to enjoy the gorgeThe first is from below which is done by rowing down the river.

Rental boats are available at the south end of the gorge, and the water is calm and easy to


There are two perspectives from which to enjoy the gorgeThe first is from below which is

done by rowing down the river. Rental boats are available at the south end of the gorge,

and the water is calm and easy to navigate.  This highly recommended route offers a close

up view of the cliffs and waterfall. 

Kujukushima Islands, in Sasebo


Kujukushima Islands, located at the westernmost tip of the Japanese mainland in Kyushu,

are a picturesque scenic spot consisting of a complex ria coastline and 208 large and small islands.

There are only four inhabited islands: Kuroshima, Takashima, Maejima, and Todomari Island,

and almost the entire area was designated as the Saikai National Park in 1955.

There is Kujukushima Islands pleasure boat, departing from Kujukushima Pearl Sea Resort.

Hiraodai Karst Plateau & Caves, in Kitakyushu-city


Hiraodai Karst Plateau & Caves is located in Kitakyushu-city, Fukuoka-prefecture.

One of the three largest karst plateau in Japan. At altitudes between 400 and 600

meters above sea level and stretching 6 km from north to south and 2 km from

east to west.  


Yougunbaru, which was so names because of the limestone which stands in row like a flock

of sheep in a vast meadowdolines (conical hollows) and limestone caves create distinctive

sceneryThe Plateau offers a different views in each of the four seasons, resembling a burnt

field in the springappearing fresh and green in the early summer, and similar to a dry plain

in the fall. 



Limestone Caves

There are three limestone Caves in Hiraodai Karst and each cave has different unique


Senbutsu limestone Cave

The largest limestone caves in Hiraodai Karst Plateau

extending about 900 m while meandering toward the northeast. The shape of the cave is

narrow, narrow ceiling ravine with a maximum width of 10 m and a maximum ceiling

height of 15 m.

Mejiro limestone Cave

It is the longest cave in Hiraodai Karst, over 2 km in length. The highlight of this

cave is the monolithic ceiling which is a very unique structure as a limestone caves.


Ojika Limestone Cave

The cave is called footfall of dinosaurs.  It is the very rare cave in Japan; the entrance

is vertical pit with 25 meter, when getting down to the bottom, you follow the

underground horizontal cave and you can see the hidden aspects of Hiraodai Karst.