Japan - Kyushu (Chapter)
This is the Kyūshū chapter from Lonely Planet’s Japan guidebook.
Japan’s southern- and westernmost main island is arguably its warmest, friendliest and most beautiful, with active volcanic peaks, rocky, lush and near-tropical coastlines, and great onsen virtually everywhere. Peppered throughout are relaxing hot-spring towns, trekking trails and family-friendly fun.
- rowing amid waterfalls and hungry ducks in Takachiho Gorge
- touring the eerie, deserted ‘ghost island’ of Hashima
- getting buried in warm volcanic sand in Ibusuki
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Fukuoka Prefecture, Fukuoka, Dazaifu, Saga Prefecture, Karatsu, Imari, Arita, Nagasaki Prefecture, Nagasaki, Hirado, Shimabara Peninsula, Unzen, Shimabara, Kumamoto Prefecture, Kumamoto, Aso-san Area, Kurokawa Onsen, Kagoshima Prefecture, Kagoshima, Kirishima-Yaku National Park, Satsuma Peninsula & around, Miyazaki Prefecture, Miyazaki, Aoshima, Udo-jingū, Obi, Nichinan-kaigan & Toi-misaki, Saitobaru, Takachiho, Ōita Prefecture, Beppu, Yufuin, Usuki, and Kunisaki Peninsula.
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