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Capybara at Uminonakamichi Seaside Park in Fukuoka.

Uminonakamichi Seaside Park

Made for leisure.

Unzen Onsen

Today, Unzen Onsen is regarded as an onsen (hot springs) paradise, with public and private baths available at ryokans and hotels that are sprinkled around the region...

Takamori Senbonzakura (Sakura Road)

Nestled away in the soaring mountains of Aso, Takamori Senbonzakura is a hidden spot for locals to congregate and enjoy the fleeting cherry blossom or sakura that graces the JapaneSe landscape every spring...

Sun Messe Nichinan

A nod to the famous Moai of Easter Island, the Sun Messe statues are the only replicas allowed to be made of the originals in the entire world...

Kurokawa Onsen

Arguably one of Kyushu’s most prized gems, Kurokawa Onsen is a favourite with Japanese people due, not only to the variety of hot spring baths offered, but also to a secluded location high up in the lush Aso mountain range, in the majestic shadow of its active central volcano...

Momochi Seaside Park

Quietly tucked away in the suburbs, the Momochi Seaside Park offers a perfect Seaside oasis away from fast-paced Fukuoka city...

Toyama Memorial Museum

The Toyama Memorial Museum is a collection of buildings founded by prominent businessman Gen-ichi Toyama as a home for his mother...

Ooedo Onsen Monogatari

The Ooedo-Onsen Monogatari calls itself an "Onsen Theme Park" and in many ways, it really feels like an amusement park...

Sarasa Nishijin Sento Cafe

One of the most unique cafes in Kyoto, Sarasa Nishijin is housed in an old sento (public bath) that dates back to the 1930s...

Shinsekai

Shinsekai, or New World, was constructed in 1912 as a hip neighborhood of the future but quickly forgotten after World War II...

Zao Onsen

Picture this: the sun is setting on a perfectly snowy winter evening and you’re outside after a long day of skiing, relaxing in a hot spring full of skin-enriching minerals...

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