5 Days Highlights of Kyushu, Southern Island 5 Days

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Highlights of Kyushu, Southern Island 5 Days
Beppu - The Sea Hell
Highlights of Kyushu, Southern Island 5 Days
Arita Porcelain
Highlights of Kyushu, Southern Island 5 Days
Nagasaki China Town
Highlights of Kyushu, Southern Island 5 Days
Mt. Inasa
Highlights of Kyushu, Southern Island 5 Days
Dazaifu
Highlights of Kyushu, Southern Island 5 Days
Nagasaki Peace Park
Highlights of Kyushu, Southern Island 5 Days
Tonkotsu Ramen

Tour Descriptions

Itinerary

Arrival - Fukuoka

Featured Destinations & Experiences

Hyatt Regency Fukuoka ( Western Style )

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Hyatt Regency Fukuoka

The Hyatt Regency Fukuoka hotel is a 4-star luxury hotel, conveniently located in the Hakata-Ku neighbourhood of Fukuoka, Japan. This Hotel is an extraordinary post-modern architecture of a world-famous landmark, Rome Colosseum. It is five minutes walk from Hakata subway station and walking distance to the shopping area.

Near by........
-Aquarium
Marine World Uminonakamichi in 30 mins by taxi

-Factory
Asahi Beer Hakata Factory in 8 mins by taxi

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Arrive
Arrive at Fukuoka Airport
Afternoon
Evening
Check into Hotel

Arrive at Fukuoka Airport, Sightseeing in Fukuoka/Hakata. Arrive at Fukuoka Airport. Move to Fukuoka, also known as Hakata, the largest modern city of Kyushu Island. Visit city center such as Nakasu, Canal City and Hawks Town. Also Dazaifu Tenmangu shrine near Fukuoka city is also worth visiting, which is worshipped as the god of academic achievements, established in 919. In the evening, experience Fukuoka’s local cuisine such as Mizutaki chicken hot pot or Tonkotsu ramen noodles in pork bone broth. Stay at deluxe hotel in the city.

Saga, Nagasaki

Breakfast
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Hotel New Nagasaki ( Western Style )

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Hotel New Nagasaki

Hotel New Nagasaki is next to Nagasaki Station, very convenient for traveling around Kyushu. The hotel specialty is hosting weddings so there are many shops around the hotel like a bakery, restaurant, flower shop, photo studio, and spa. All guest rooms offer complimentary LAN internet access. There are barrier free rooms that are wheelchair friendly.

Near by..........
-Famous spot
Dutch Slope in 5 mins by car

-Mountain
Mt. Inasa in 15 mins by car

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Morning
Afternoon
Evening
Check into a hotel or Huis Ten Bosch

Saga Pottery Towns & Nagasaki. On the way to Nagasaki, visit Saga Pottery Towns. Karatsu, Arita and Imari towns have been producing high-quality pottery and porcelain with techniques learned from Korea about 500 years ago. Ceramic studios, historical pottery merchant’s house, galleries, and internationally recognized companies are located in these towns. Stay overnight at the hotel in Nagasaki city or Huis Ten Bosch, theme park of Dutch Village. Holland was only country to maintain trade relations with Japan during Japan's self-imposed isolation.

Nagasaki, Kumamoto

Breakfast
Featured Destinations & Experiences

Aso Resort Grandvrio Hotel ( Western Style )

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Aso Resort Grandvrio Hotel

Aso Resort Grandvrio Hotel is a beautiful scenery hotel surrounded in the grand Aso somma. The facility has restaurants, hot springs, golf course, 6 tennis courts and hiking course. Mt. Aso is the largest active volcano in Japan. It stands in Aso Kuju National Park in Kumamoto prefecture. You can enjoy the dynamic view from hotel room.
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Nearby……
Kaze no Oka Aso Ono Katsuhiko Museum 10 min. by car.
Yoshomei Aso Kogen Ehon Musium 10 min. by car.
Aso Choyo Ohashi Bridge 10 min. by car.
Aso Shrine 20 min. by car.
Sensuikyo Ropeway 30 min. by car.

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Afternoon
Evening
Check into a hotel

Nagasaki, Mt. Unzen & Kumamoto. Enjoy a private day tour escorted by local guide. In Nagasaki, visit Peace Memorial Park which was established to commemorate over 150,000 victims hit by atomic bomb in August 9, 1945. Then, move to Chinatown which was once called “Shanghai in Nagasaki Prefecture” where many Chinese people settled down as an important trading port of Japan. Also, picturesque European residences for foreign traders and the oldest Catholic Gothic style wooden church are located on the hill overlooking Nagasaki Port. For your lunch, Chanpon (ramen noodle with mixed stir fry created by local Chinese people) or Shippoku (Chinese & Portuguese influenced full-course Japanese cuisine) can be recommended as an unique experience in Nagasaki. In the afternoon, enjoy scenic train and ferry rides to Kumamoto with a view of volcanic Mt. Unzen. Stay overnight at a deluxe hotel in Kumamoto City.

Kumamoto

Breakfast

Aso Resort Grandvrio Hotel ( Western Style )

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Aso Resort Grandvrio Hotel

Aso Resort Grandvrio Hotel is a beautiful scenery hotel surrounded in the grand Aso somma. The facility has restaurants, hot springs, golf course, 6 tennis courts and hiking course. Mt. Aso is the largest active volcano in Japan. It stands in Aso Kuju National Park in Kumamoto prefecture. You can enjoy the dynamic view from hotel room.
Click here http://www.aso-hotelresort.com/facility/index.html
Nearby……
Kaze no Oka Aso Ono Katsuhiko Museum 10 min. by car.
Yoshomei Aso Kogen Ehon Musium 10 min. by car.
Aso Choyo Ohashi Bridge 10 min. by car.
Aso Shrine 20 min. by car.
Sensuikyo Ropeway 30 min. by car.

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Morning
Evening
Check into a ryokan with Japanese Traditional Cuisine

Kumamoto, Mt. Aso, Hot Spring Resort. Enjoy Kumamoto in the morning, such as Kumamoto Castle and traditional Japanese garden with pine trees and pond. Move to one of the best hot spring areas in Kyushu, such as Yufuin and Kurokawa. On the way to hot spring resort, enjoy a scenic drive in Mt. Aso area. Stay at a traditional hot spring ryokan with full-course Japanese dinner.

Departure - Fukuoka

Breakfast
Depart
Transfer to Fukuoka Airport

Transfer to Fukuoka Airport.

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*Itinerary and hotels are subject to change or cancellation without notice. No refund will be owed for any changes or cancellations if the tour still occurs.
*Complimentary airport/hotel transfers are for designated airports only, on the designated tour arrival/departure date only.
*Your group may be joined with other tour groups during the tour. Please make a note that your bus and tour guide may be changed once other groups join the tour.
*B : Breakfast   L : Lunch   D : Dinner
  • 4 nights accommodation
  • 4 meals
Day
Day 1

Arrival - Fukuoka

Arrive
Arrive at Fukuoka Airport
Afternoon
Evening
Check into Hotel

Arrive at Fukuoka Airport, Sightseeing in Fukuoka/Hakata. Arrive at Fukuoka Airport. Move to Fukuoka, also known as Hakata, the largest modern city of Kyushu Island. Visit city center such as Nakasu, Canal City and Hawks Town. Also Dazaifu Tenmangu shrine near Fukuoka city is also worth visiting, which is worshipped as the god of academic achievements, established in 919. In the evening, experience Fukuoka’s local cuisine such as Mizutaki chicken hot pot or Tonkotsu ramen noodles in pork bone broth. Stay at deluxe hotel in the city.

Day 2

Saga, Nagasaki

Breakfast
Morning
Afternoon
Evening
Check into a hotel or Huis Ten Bosch

Saga Pottery Towns & Nagasaki. On the way to Nagasaki, visit Saga Pottery Towns. Karatsu, Arita and Imari towns have been producing high-quality pottery and porcelain with techniques learned from Korea about 500 years ago. Ceramic studios, historical pottery merchant’s house, galleries, and internationally recognized companies are located in these towns. Stay overnight at the hotel in Nagasaki city or Huis Ten Bosch, theme park of Dutch Village. Holland was only country to maintain trade relations with Japan during Japan's self-imposed isolation.

Hotel New Nagasaki or similar

Day 3

Nagasaki, Kumamoto

Breakfast
Afternoon
Evening
Check into a hotel

Nagasaki, Mt. Unzen & Kumamoto. Enjoy a private day tour escorted by local guide. In Nagasaki, visit Peace Memorial Park which was established to commemorate over 150,000 victims hit by atomic bomb in August 9, 1945. Then, move to Chinatown which was once called “Shanghai in Nagasaki Prefecture” where many Chinese people settled down as an important trading port of Japan. Also, picturesque European residences for foreign traders and the oldest Catholic Gothic style wooden church are located on the hill overlooking Nagasaki Port. For your lunch, Chanpon (ramen noodle with mixed stir fry created by local Chinese people) or Shippoku (Chinese & Portuguese influenced full-course Japanese cuisine) can be recommended as an unique experience in Nagasaki. In the afternoon, enjoy scenic train and ferry rides to Kumamoto with a view of volcanic Mt. Unzen. Stay overnight at a deluxe hotel in Kumamoto City.

Aso Resort Grandvrio Hotel or similar

Day 4

Kumamoto

Breakfast
Morning
Evening
Check into a ryokan with Japanese Traditional Cuisine

Kumamoto, Mt. Aso, Hot Spring Resort. Enjoy Kumamoto in the morning, such as Kumamoto Castle and traditional Japanese garden with pine trees and pond. Move to one of the best hot spring areas in Kyushu, such as Yufuin and Kurokawa. On the way to hot spring resort, enjoy a scenic drive in Mt. Aso area. Stay at a traditional hot spring ryokan with full-course Japanese dinner.

Aso Resort Grandvrio Hotel or similar

Day 5

Departure - Fukuoka

Breakfast
Depart
Transfer to Fukuoka Airport

Transfer to Fukuoka Airport.

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