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Kyushu Okinawa

Kyushu is the third largest island of Japan's five main islands.Its alternative ancient names include Kyūkoku, Chinzei, and Tsukushi-no-shima . The historical regional name Saikaidō referred to Kyushu and its surrounding islands. In the 8th-century Taihō Code reforms, Dazaifu was established as a special administrative term for the region. As of 2016, Kyushu has a population of 14,363,341 and covers 37 thousand square kilometres

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  • Name in English:Kyushu
  • Area:Approximately 37 thousand square kilometers
  • Population:Approximately 14.5 million
  • Subordinate:Fukuoka Saga Oita Kumamoto etc.
  • Climate:Marine Climate
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Introduction to scenic spots
Hot spring Hells of Beppu

The hot spring Hells of Beppu are a nationally designated 'Place of Scenic Beauty' in the onsen town of Beppu, Ōita, Japan.The 'hells' are for viewing rather than bathing. One of the more beautiful hells, the 'sea hell' features a pond of boiling, blue water. In its spacious gardens, there are a few smaller, orange colored hells and a clear water pond with lotus flowers whose large leaves are strong enough to carry small children.

Johe Xiye hot spring

It is said that the name “Ureshino” came from the story of when Empress Jingu noted that her soldiers became reinvigorated after having a hot bath in the Onsen on return from battle. She is said to have cried out, “How wonderful! “(“Ureshii” in Japanese)”. The onsen is known as one of Kyushu’s best. It has 17 spring water sources and is always full. It has good quality alkaline hot water which contains salt and carbonic acid and its pumping temperature is approximately 100 degrees C. It is regarded as one of the top 3 hot-spring waters for beautiful skin in Japan. In the Edo Era the Ureshino Onsen prospered as a post station on the “Nagasaki Kaido (Road)”. Even now, about 60 inns exist along the limpid stream of Ureshino-gawa. In addition, it is also famous for its tea, which is offered at the inns along with other services. “Onsen Yudofu (A tofu dish) Festival” and “Attaka (Warm) Festival” are held during the winter time.

Kanda shrine, Fukuoka

This grand tutelary shrine of Hakata is widely known and people warmly refer to it as “Okushida-san.” It is dedicated to the gods of Ohatanushi-no-mikoto, Amaterasu-omikami and Susanowo-no-mikoto. According to tradition, in 757, when Emperor Koken was in the reign and Tairano Kiyomori designated Hakata port as a base of Japan-China trade, the shrine was built on the emperor’s order to share a god with Kushida shrine of Ise province (the present Mie prefecture). In 1585 during the Hakata restoration, Toyotomi Hideyoshi contributed to rebuild the current main building of the shrine.

Fukuoka taizai house

Dazaifu is a city located in Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan, part of the greater Fukuoka metropolitan area. Nearby cities include Ōnojō and Chikushino. Although mostly mountainous, it does have arable land used for paddy fields and market gardening. As of October 2018, the city has an estimated population of 72,231 with 29,355 households and a population density of 2,440 persons per km². The total area is 29.58 km². The city was officially founded on April 1, 1982, although it has been important historically for more than a thousand years. It was an administrative capital of Fukuoka at around 663 CE.

Kumamoto Kikuchi Valley

Kikuchi Valley is the located in Aso and Kikuchi, Kumamoto cities in Kumamoto Prefecture, on the island of Kyushu, Japan. It is the source of the Kikuchi River. The valley is an area known for its resorts and autumn leaves.The area around the outer rim of Mount Aso is concealed by fir, hemlock, elm, and broadleaf trees. Water from the Aso Kujū National Park has been chosen as one of Japan's top 100 sources of mineral water by the Ministry of the Environment. The area is home to several waterfalls, which have made Japan’s top 100 waterfalls list, and rapids.

Zuo he Hong's Songyuan

Nijinomatsubara is a 360-year-old pine forest in Karatsu, Saga. It has a width of 400 - 700 metres, a length of about 4 km, and a total area of 240 hectares. It was also referred as The Black Pine Forest of 1 Million Trees, however this name is uncommon today. The forest was originally planted by the feudal lord Terazawa Hirotaka as a counter-measure against the strong winds and tides in Karatsu Bay. Today it is a popular tourist spot, and on a list of the 100 most beautiful places in Japan.

Saga yuchuanshan paradise

Mifuneyama Rakuen is a flower-laden site spread out over 500,000 square meters at the base of Mt. Mifune in Takeo City . It was constructed at the bequest of a former feudal lord. Visit the park's teahouse to complete for a quintessential Japanese experience, and see statues depicting the 500 disciples of Buddha. During spring, the park is filled with visitors there to view thousands of cherry blossoms, azaleas, and plum trees. Lanterns hung in summer, meanwhile, transform the park's natural color palette into an otherworldly landscape.

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