Beyond Tokyo’s urban landscape lies this hidden gem of natural wonders and architectural marvels
Japan’s cities of Tokyo and Kyoto are ever so timeless with their hubbub of cosmopolitan din and adventures. But for an alternative, yet still quintessential Japan experience, set your sights on Kyushu, the country’s third largest island filled with hidden pleasures.
For first-time travellers, EU Asia Holidays has got you sorted with its 8D6N Kyushu Autumn Festival itinerary that spans the gems of Fukuoka, Saga, Nagaskai, Kuamamoto and Beppu. Here’s a brief walk-through of this subarashii journey!
After a day’s of travel and rest, you’ll find yourself in Fukuoka, the largest city in Kyushu. This is where a visit to Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine is in order, followed by a feast at fishing restaurant Zauo, where you’ll literally catch your meal from a pond before having it cook then and there. Imbibers of Asahi beer will take delight in a tour at its sustainable brewery.