|1||DEPARTURE(✈) - FUKUOKA
||Meal On Board|
|2||FUKUOKA - BEPPU
- Daizaifu Tenmangu Shrine
- Yufuin Onsen Village
- Kinrin Lake
- Umi Jigoku
- Kamado Jigoku
|3||BEPPU - ASO - KUMAMOTO
- Mt. Aso Nakadake Crater (subject to weather conditions or change to Mt. Aso Crater Museum)
- Kumamoto Castle(outlooked)
- Kumamon Square-Kumamon Office
- Suizenji Garden
|Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner|
|4||KUMAMOTO(🚢) - SHIMABARA - NAGASAKI
- Koi no Uyogu Machi (Street with Swimming Carps)
- Old Samurai Residence
- Unzen Hell
- Obama Foot Spa Hot Spring **Experience Foot Bath**
- Spectacles Bridge
- Nagasaki China Town
|Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner|
|5||NAGASAKI - FUKUOKA
- Yatoku Inari Shrine
- Arita Porcelain Park
- Saga Castle History Museum
- Fukuoka Tower(outlooked)
- Canal City Hakata
|6||FUKUOKA(✈) - DEPARTURE
**Sequences of itinerary are subject to local arrangement**
|Breakfast, Meal On Board|
Tour itinerary are subject to change without any prior notice, any leaving tour without notice will be liable to additional charges
Itinerary & shopping stop is subject to guide arrangement/traffic
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Daizaifu Tenmangu Shrine
The headquarters of the Tenmangu Shrine in all parts of Japan. Parents who have children studying during exam periods flock to the shrine to pray for the best results for their children. Tianmu Palace was planted with plum trees, plum cakes, plum tea and so on. The street in front of the Tenmangu Shrine sells a wide variety of accessories and famous snacks, and a unique Starbucks designed by renowned architect Kengo Kuma, will definitely keep you entertained and in awe.
Yutoku Inari Shrine
It is considered one of Japan's top three shrines dedicated to Inari alongside Fushimi Inari Shrine in Kyoto and Toyokawa Inari Shrine in Aichi Prefecture. One of Shinto's most popular deities, Inari is associated with rice, prosperity and foxes.
Arita Porcelain Park
Designed in the style of a traditional German village; it features a massive reproduction of the Zwinger, a palace in Dresden. The major focus is on porcelain, Arita's signature product.
Saga Castle History Museum
A reconstruction of the main keep (Honmaru) of Saga Castle built in 1838, during the last years of the Edo Period. It is one of the largest wooden reconstructions in Japan. Over 700 rush mats (tatami) are laid in the building.
Koi no Uyogu Machi
The spring water that flows into Shimabara from Mt Unzen is so pure that koi can swim in it, and in this district south of the castle you can see the fish in the drainage canals on the sides of the streets.
Old Samurai Residence
You can find the well-preserved old samurai houses. In the center of the street, a canal is running. The houses were built for infantrymen who fought with guns. The area was called Teppo Machi, which means Gun Town. Now, 3 old samurai houses are open to the public. You can see a humble life style of low rank samurai.
Hot water and gases spout out of the earth. White steam and a smell of sulfur accompany you as you walk through this hotspot of volcanic activity.
Obama Foot Spa Hot Spring
From the open-air hot spring, 105 meters in length, this is the longest foot bath in Japan.
The oldest stone arch bridge in Japan, the double arches of the Meganebashi stone bridge resemble a pair of spectacles when reflected in the river.
A volcanic cone in Aso and is about 50 meters in height. A green grass field covers the surrounding area and the surface of it.
a vast emerald green grassland plateau with peacefully grazing cows and horses reflected in the still crater ponds on the top of the central peaks of Aso.
Mt. Aso Nakadake Crater
This is where you'll be able to get the closest to the crater of Mt. Aso.
The main headquarters of Kumamoto Prefecture's lovable mascot, Kumamon. Kumamon is popular all over Japan and even overseas. People can explore, hang out, and play any time while learning more about Kumamon as well as Kumamoto tourism and local products. Visit now and get to hang out with Kumamon himself in his "office"!
Spacious, Japanese style landscape garden in Kumamoto, best enjoyed by strolling along a circular path. It was built by the Hosokawa family in the 17th century. The garden reproduces the 53 post stations of the Tokaido, the important road, which connected Edo with Kyoto during the Edo Period, in miniature form, including a small Mt. Fuji.
Yufuin Onsen Town
A popular hot spring resort, located about ten kilometers inland from Beppu, another, much larger and more developed hot spring resort. Yufuin has a wealth of art museums, cafes & boutiques.
Because of the hot springs, the temperature difference makes the lake hot and steamy. The fascinating misty mountains and waters is especially obvious in the morning.
Umi Jigoku - (Sea Hell)
is the largest and widest hot spring on the Jigoku Meguri Tour, and our No. 1 recommendation! The water at Umi Jigoku is an especially beautiful cobalt blue, and it is rare even amongst Japanese hot springs to see this color. The reason for this spectacular cobalt blue color is the naturally high levels of iron sulfate in the water.
This is the part of the Jigoku Meguri Tour where you can have the most varied experiences. It is not a well-known fact, but there are more ways to enjoy hot springs than simply bathing in them! You can also experience a hot spring through drinking and smelling it yourself. (There are also three types of hand, feet, throat, and skin steaming water, as well as footbaths. More than just immersing yourself in the hot spring's water, feel free to get a taste of a new hot spring experience)
Places of Interest:
Beppu: Yufuin Onsen Village, Kinrin Lake, Umo Jigoku, Kamado Jigoku
Nagasaki: Komezuka, Kusasenri, Mt. Aso Nakadake Crater, Kumamon Square, Suizenji Garden
Kumamoto: Koi No Uyogu Machi, Old Samurai Residence, Unzen Hell, Nagasaki China Town
Saga: Yutoku Inari Shrine, Arita Porcelain Park
Fukuoka: Dazaifu Tenmangi Shrine, Fukuoka Tower, Canal City
Special Features: DIY Matcha Making + Enjoy Japanese Traditional Deserts
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