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About:1. Enjoy picking seasonal fruits at Fukuoka, one of Japan's most...
About:1. Enjoy picking seasonal fruits at Fukuoka, one of Japan's most prominent fruit-producing areas. Eat as much fruits as you like!Fruit picking: March to mid May (strawberries), July (blueberries or peaches), August (blueberries, peaches, Kyoho grapes, grapes, or pears), September (Kyoho grapes, grapes or pears)2. Savor some grapes harvested in Tanushimaru and taste wines made from Kyoho.3. For lunch, participants get to have all-you-can-eat BBQ!
About:1. Take a cruise on the gondola-like "donko" boat down the canal...
About:1. Take a cruise on the gondola-like "donko" boat down the canal, as seasonal flowers, traditional warehouses and red brick warehouses of the early 20th century pass by.2. For lunch, relish one of Yanagawa's most beloved specialties, the "Yanagawa Unagi Seiro-mushi (steamed eel)."3. Yame is one of Japan's most profitable high-quality tea production regions. This tour visits the Yame Central Tea Garden, a veritable green carpet of roughly 62 hectares.4. At Yabeya Konoya Honke, the oldest tea wholesaler in Kyushu, participants can enjoy tasting and making the traditional "Hoiro Baisen" Yame tea by drying tea leaves on Japanese paper spread over charcoal fire. Take a look around the preserved tatami floor space and learn about Yame tea at the archive museum.5. The Yame Traditional Craftwork Center features the largest Buddhist altar and stone garden lantern in all of Japan. The "Toro Ningyo" (lantern doll) stage is also showcased.
About:1. Visit Heitate Jingu Shrine, one of the most significant spiri...
About:1. Visit Heitate Jingu Shrine, one of the most significant spiritual locations in Kyushu.2. Enjoy sightseeing at Amanoiwato Shrine (West Shrine), Amanoyasu Kawara Riverbed, and Takachiho Shrine.3. Take a stroll around on your own at Takachiho Gorge. (Approx. 60 min.)4. At Soyokaze Park, enjoy a healthy, all-you-can-eat lunch with plenty of fresh vegetables.
About:1. Cruise to Nagasaki's Gunkanjima (officially called Hashima Is...
About:1. Cruise to Nagasaki's Gunkanjima (officially called Hashima Island), a candidate to become a new UNESCO World Heritage Site! Land on and tour the abandoned "Battleship Island" to which access is heavily restricted.2. Go shopping for Nagasaki specialties at Izumiya such as Castella sponge cake, kakuni, chanpon, sara udon and more.3. Enjoy a buffet lunch at Best Western Premier Hotel Nagasaki. Savor the meal and the great view!
This 1-day bus tour departs Fukuoka for sightseeing in Beppu, then dro...
This 1-day bus tour departs Fukuoka for sightseeing in Beppu, then dropping participants off in Beppu and Fukuoka.Take advantage of convenient transportation through Kyushu via bus with the added bonus of sightseeing along the way.1. See the beautiful Kyusuikei Gorge from Kokonoe "Yume" Grand Suspension Bridge, the longest and tallest pedestrian bridge in all of Japan.2. Enjoy food cooked with the hot spring steam of Beppu, a location long known for its onsen springs which boast the highest number of spring sources and largest water output in Japan!3. Admire the gorgeous Beppu Bay from Beppu-wan Service area.
About:1. Enjoy shopping at Arita Toji no Sato Plaza, one of the world'...
About:1. Enjoy shopping at Arita Toji no Sato Plaza, one of the world's largest Arita porcelain shopping complexes. 2. For lunch, savor a Japanese-style set meal featuring specialties of the Kyushu region.3. Stroll around Yutoku Inari Shrine, home to the guardian of life in general. It is counted as one of the three major Inari shrines of Japan.4. Visit a renowned sake brewery in Kashima, known for being awarded in many competitions. At the IWC (International Wine Challenge), the world's most prestigious wine competition, sake from this brewery won the Grand Prix "Champion Sake."5. Stop by at the Ureshino Onsen district, and enjoy the sodium-rich, slightly viscous hot springs that generate a beautifying effect on the skin. Spending the night at this relaxing resort is recommended!
With this 1-day round trip tour from Fukuoka, participants can visit p...
With this 1-day round trip tour from Fukuoka, participants can visit popular sightseeing spots in Kumamoto.1. Tour the splendid Honmaru Goten Palace of Kumamoto Castle, one of the three premier castles in Japan built approximately 400 years ago and renovated in 2008. An English-speaking guide explains the castle's history, making for a more meaningful tour.2. Enjoy a lunch buffet at Josaien Sakuranokoji, an Edo-period-themed attraction. Here participants will also be able to see a performance by the Kumamoto Castle Omotenashi Bushotai (Samurai Team).3. See Suizen-ji Joju-en Garden, one of the most famous gardens in Japan and a symbol of Kumamoto.
About:1. Enjoy the magnificent nature of Kumamoto (Kyushu area), in th...
About:1. Enjoy the magnificent nature of Kumamoto (Kyushu area), in the popular tourist attraction, Aso!2. Here's your chance to witness volcanic smoke blowing out from a large crater, after enjoying the panoramic view from the ropeway!3. A delicious beef steak plate will be served for lunch in front of the spacious view of Kusasenrigahama.*Important*The Fukuoka Regional Headquarters of the JMA announced that they have raised the volcanic alert level of Mt. Aso from Level 1 (normal) to Level 2 (Near-crater warning), on 9:40 A.M. Aug. 30th 2014. Therefore entrance within 1km of the crater of Mt. Naka is now restricted due to the cinders caused by the eruption.The Mount Aso Ropeway has accordingly suspended operation for the time being, and the resumption date is yet to be determined.This tour will operate as usual, but will visit the Aso Volcano Museum when the ropeway is out of service due to the entrance restriction near the crater.When the ropeway is out of service due to closing of the volcano area, please visit Aso Volcano Museum instead. (please submit the voucher for ropeway at the museum entrance.) If the museum is not visited in such cases, a cash back refund will be given to each participant on the tour day (JPY 1,000/Adult, JPY 500/Child).
About:1. Ride on the Dazaifu sightseeing train Tabito, a train with ea...
About:1. Ride on the Dazaifu sightseeing train Tabito, a train with each car featuring different themes in traditional Japanese patterns, and especially designed with Dazaifu sightseeing in mind.2. Experience Japanese customs such as dressing up in a kimono and writing wishes on an Ema (wooden wishing plaques) at Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine. Stroll around the Komyozen-ji Temple and the Tenmangu Shrine gardens.3. Includes a set of Dazaifu's special treats, the umegae mochi rice cake and powdered green tea! Enjoy this traditional Japanese snack while wearing a kimono, Japan's traditional garment.
About: 1. This tour includes a 1-day all-you-can-ride Nishitetsu bus p...
About: 1. This tour includes a 1-day all-you-can-ride Nishitetsu bus pass which can be used within free zones in Fukuoka City!2. Take a walk around the Yanagibashi Rengo Market, also known as "Hakata's Kitchen," which supplies the freshest seafood and other produce to restaurants and residences alike.3. Enjoy having sushi prepared with the freshest seafood from Kyushu and throughout the country!
Maximum number of guests: 20.