Kyushu Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Kyushu - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Nagasaki 7

Takachiho 5

Yufuin 5

Aso-san (Mt. Aso) 3

Kumamoto 3

Fukuoka 3

Kirishima-Yaku National Park 2

Kagoshima 2

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Ama-no-Iwato Jinja

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

This shrine contains the cave where the sun goddess Amaterasu hid until Ame-no-Uzume managed to lure her out. If you apply at the entrance,...

Ama-no-Yasugawara Cave

  • Cave

A dark but deeply spiritual place, this huge cave faces onto a small river. According to the myth, the gods gathered here to figure out...

Aso Volcano Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

Want to see what's happening inside the volcano? Two heat-impervious cameras were inserted into the most active part of the volcano,...

Canal City

  • Pedestrian Mall

While away the hours people-watching as you stroll around this popular shopping area. Restaurants range from takeout to upscale, and...

Confucius Shrine

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

This bright red shrine was built in 1893 by the Chinese residents of Nagasaki. The small Historical Museum of China displays artifacts...

Dejima

  • Historic District/Site

When the government deported foreigners from Japan in the mid-17th century, Dutch traders were the only Westerners allowed to remain—but...

Dutch Slope

  • Neighborhood/Street

This cobblestone incline is a good place to wander on the way to Chinatown and Glover Garden. Dutch residents built the wooden houses...

Former residence of Hosokawa Gyobu

  • House/Mansion/Villa

This private home was built in 1646 for the Hosokawa family, who took power at the behest of Tokugawa in 1611—and whose local lineage...

Glover Garden

  • Museum Village

This garden contains an impressive assortment of 19th-century Western houses. Greco-Roman porticoes and arches, wooden verandas, and...

Ibusuki Tennen Sunamushi Onsen

  • Spa–Sight

This laid-back seaside resort is at the southern tip of the Satsuma Peninsula and may provide your one chance to try a therapeutic hot-sand...

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