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Exploring Asakura & Ukiha

                                                                                            Asakura & Ukiha one-day tour




A Private car and English speaking driver will meet you at designated place such as

Airport or Hotel and navigate you the Asakura & Ukiha tour.

9:00 Depart Fukuoka-city

Transfer to Toho Village by vehicle using Kyushu Express Way

Exploring Toho Village

Visiting Ukiha Inari Shrine

Asakura  Triple Water Wheel

Fujii Apiary

Exploring Shirakabe-dori Avenue

Lunch at the featured restaurant Shirakabe

Visiting a Shochu brewery

Back to Fukuoka using Kyushu Express Way

17:30 Arrive Fukuoka-city 



Option : the following sites can be arranged as a option.


Fruits harvest experience         



Where to explore


Toho Village

Hoshuyama district, a mountain area blessed with nature and Koisiwara district, pottery industry

representative of Kyushu. Koishiwara-yaki is a type of Japanese traditional pottery in Koishiwara.

The history dates back to the 17th century, when the third Lord Kuroda Mitsuyuki (1628–1707)

invited potters from Imari, Saga-prefecture to Fukuoka.



Ukiha Inari Shrine

Breath taking beautiful scenery in harmony with the 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.



Asakura Triple Water Wheel

Asakura is the only area in Japan to use water wheels for irrigation. The irrigation system

used the Triple Water Wheel was completed in 1760. The water is supplied from Yamada

Weir in Chikugo through the canal to the Triple Water Wheel. And then the water distributed

to each rice field by Triple Water Wheel.



Fujii Apiary

The apiary collecting honey while traveling with bees from Kagoshima to Hokkaido.

The Apiary was established in Asakura in 1909 and offers delicious Japanese milk vetch

honey and acacia honey, both of which have a deep and sophisticated taste.



Shirakabe-dori Avenue

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 traditional

buildings preservation district.




Shirakabe, authentic Japanese local restaurant

The chef who makes that cuisines also has experienced the imperial family’s cook.

The building is designated by Government as Traditional building at the Conservation district

in Ukiha-city. Japanese cuisines using best local ingredients that vary by season can be





Shochu Brewery

Let’s sample Chochu at Beniotome Shuzo. Shochu is a Japanese distilled beverage less

than 45% alcohol by volume. The shochu of Beniotome Shuzo is distilled from Sesame.

The brewery can be visited and there is a tasting corner,  Let’s sample Chochu.





Akizuki is a former Castle town located in northern part of Asakura. You can enjoy the

harmony of countryside landscape and former castle town scenery that makes the

atmosphere like a time of 400 years ago.



In the harvest time, the northern Kyushu boasts many area with beautiful fruit orchards.

Fukuoka is one of the leading fruit-producing prefecture in all Japan. The fruit production

in Fukuoka is primarily concentrated in the southern Chikugo region such as Ukiha,

Asakura and Tanushimaru.



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