Kyushu

Where Can You Find This Very Exclusive Shinto Shrine in Japan?

Usually, most places in Japan are open to everyone, irrespective of one’s nationality, religion, race, or gender. However, there are a few spots in Japan which you might think as strange if you are not that familiar with its history and culture. As a matter of fact, there is an island in Japan which is…

2 Things to Do at This Stunning Grassland in Japan’s Kumamoto Prefecture

Nothing beats nature’s pristine beauty when it comes to providing a relaxing ambiance. You may enjoy the comforts of the city life and savor the convenience of innovation, but there are times when what we need is the absence of all things modern and a side trip to some place natural. Kusasenrigahama (草千里ヶ浜) in Aso…

Indulge in Nagasaki’s Traditional Local Cuisine at This Japanese Restaurant

Nagasaki (長崎) has long been a cultural and historical region one would like to visit in Japan. It is home to many restaurants that serve unique and tasty food – be it traditional Japanese cuisine or international – Nagasaki has got you covered. It also has some of the most famous restaurants in the entire…

Heading to Fukuoka with Kids? Visit These 3 Family Spots in the Area

Fukuoka (福岡) is a historical city in Japan, serving as an important harbor city for many centuries. It is also the largest city in Kyushu (九州) and is considered part of the country’s top 10 most populated cities. People visit the place because of its beautiful attractions and sightseeing destinations. But aside from those, it…

Love “Melon Pan”? Try This Unique Melon Bread Specialty Store in Kyushu!

Cachette (カシェット) is a melon bread specialty store in Fukuoka Prefecture (福岡県) in the Kyushu region (九州地方) that is only open on the weekends and holidays. If you love melon bread and would like to try various types, Cachette is the place to try. What is Melon Bread? Melon bread is a Japanese invention and…

Check Out One of the Cheapest Ways to Travel from Tokyo to Kyushu!

When you travel, are you most worried about losing time or losing money? Some people feel that “time is gold” and are willing to purchase expensive train tickets just to get to their destination quickly. However, if you’re happy to spend some extra time but get the best deal, there are some alternative options to…

Check Out JR Kyushu’s Newest Sightseeing Train in Kumamoto, Japan!

JR Kyushu’s (九州) newest train makes its first trip this March and with it are tales of hope. Named after kingfishers local to the Kuma (球磨) region, the KAWASEMI YAMASEMI (かわせみ やませみ) is the first sightseeing train launched by JR Kyushu after the Kumamoto (熊本) earthquake in 2016 and is hoped to be a symbol…

Check Out This Cosplay Photo Studio in Japan That Used to Be a Real School!

Schools are a common setting in Japanese TV shows and anime. In Japan, cosplayers who dress up as school kids may find it difficult to get an authentic-looking school backdrop for their photo shoots. However, there is some good news for enthusiastic cosplayers! An old high school in Kurate (鞍手), Fukuoka (福岡) has been transformed…

3 Hakata Ramen Restaurants that Everyone Visiting Fukuoka Must Try!

Hakata (博多) is a district of Fukuoka City (福岡市) in Japan which serves as an important location for sightseeing and traffic. Thanks to its rich history and variety of things to do and see, this district is becoming an international hub with a big influx of tourists from other Asian countries visiting daily. There are…

Where to See Cherry Blossoms in Fukuoka? Here Are 3 Lovely Parks to Check Out!

Fukuoka (福岡) is a famous sightseeing destination in Japan owing to its fascinating attractions. It is even lovelier during the spring season and many visitors flock to the city when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom. Different parks become painted in pink, making them ideal hanami or flower viewing spots. If you’re planning on…
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