Kyushu is the third largest island. Fukuoka’s yatai,
stands, are the trademark of the city. Arita is best
for its pottery items. Saga’s Yoshinogari Historical
is the most important and largest archaeological site
from the Yayoi Period in Japan. Nagasaki was the
second to be destroyed by the atomic bomb.
Castle has the most complete castle experience in
Japan. Aso Shrine’s Romon Gate is one the three
largest gates in Japan. Beppu is an onsen resort that
produces the most hot springs water in the nation.
Yufuin is another onsen resort with views of the twin
peaked Mount Yufu. Takachiho Gorge is a
site with spiritual characteristics. Kagoshima has a
climate and palm tree lined streets. Ibusuki is an
town famous for their sand baths. Yakushima is a
subtropical island off the coast of Kagoshima
and was the inspiration for the setting of the animated
film Princess Mononoke.
Please see below for tours that include Kyushu: