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Saga prefecture in the Northwest of Kyushu Island is famous for its beautiful nature. We introduce four cities and their attractions that appear in the popular Anime “Zombie Land Saga”.
Written on 27/3/2020
The city of Ureshino offers its visitors a memorable experience, entirely redefining the pleasure of tea.
Written on 20/3/2020
Saga prefecture is one of Japan’s secret treasures. Mostly famous for chinaware and ceramics, Saga offers breathtaking nature and relaxing hot springs.
Written on 22/5/2017
Nishimuraya Honkan: an inn the heart of which beats with the hospitality of an old and great Japan. To reach Kansai’s famous hot spring ‘Kinosaki onsen’ takes around 2 and a half hours by train from Kyoto or 3 hours from Osaka. Hot…
Written on 09/4/2017
Yakushima Island, a compact, roughly circular island south of Kyushu, is an intensive, immersive nature experience. It is one of the first two UNESCO World Natural Heritage Sites in Japan inscribed in 1993, and for good reason. The island is populated with…
Written on 06/8/2016
There are more than 50.000 ryokan in Japan, one of them is the Iya Onsen Hotel located in Shikoku. I got the chance to stay there for two nights and I would like to share my fantastic experience with you! What…
Written on 28/5/2016
It was not enough days to enjoy Kochi this time! 1.Visiting one of only 12 remaining Japanese castles Kochi city is the capital of Kochi prefecture which is located in Shikoku Island, facing the Pacific Ocean. We had an opportunity to visit…
Written on 26/2/2016
Japanese porcelain was first produced in the early 17th century in Arita, Saga prefecture located in the northern part of Kyushu. When Hideyoshi Toyotomi the ruler of Japan at that time, sent his army to invade Korea in the end of the…
Written on 31/1/2016
The one of the New Year’s event, ‘Tamaseseri’ took place at Hakozaki Shrine today, the 3rd January. As it is good weather, lots of visitors are queuing to pray, at least 30 mins. waiting! The two sacred wooden balls displayed…
Written on 31/1/2016
Kabuki is a traditional Japanese Theatre play from the Edo Period(1603-1867) and recognized as one of Japan’s three major classical theaters and UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage along with ‘noh’ and ‘bunraku’. In Fukuoka, Kabuki performance is held only 2 times a…
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