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Explore Kyushu Pottery – Authentic Japanese Countryside Experience

Discover the charm of Kyushu pottery in serene Japanese villages. Perfect for those seeking a unique countryside journey away from overtourism. History of Kyushu pottery Kyushu, the southernmost of Japan’s four main islands, is renowned for its rich pottery traditions. … Read More

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Hiking Adventure in Kyushu – Your Guide to Unlock Wild Side

Kickstart your stimulating outdoor passage by exploring the adventurous hiking trails in Kyushu, Japan’s third largest island. Famous for its dynamic landscapes, volcanic mountains, tranquil hot springs, and lush forests, Kyushu offers a thrilling adventure for hiking enthusiasts. Discovering Kyushu: … Read More


Kyushu – Epicenter of Japan’s Premium Green Tea Production

Explore Kyushu, the hub of authentic Japanese green tea production. Experience the fresh aroma and taste of our premium quality green tea. History of Japanese green tea The history of green tea in Japan is ancient, and it is said … Read More

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Oita Prefecture in Kyushu: Japan’s Hot Spring Heaven!

I’m excited to introduce you to Oita Prefecture – Japan’s hot spring paradise! Nestled on the northeastern tip of Kyushu Island, this region boasts the highest number of hot spring sources and the largest output of hot spring water in … Read More


Sip your way into Sake Paradise: Kyushu’s Alcoholic delights!

Welcome to the vibrant world of Kyushu which is sake paradise! Prepare your taste buds for an exquisite journey into the realm of sake, Japan’s delightful traditional drink. In this post, we’re all about exploring Kyushu’s sake culture, a secret … Read More

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Do you know Kyushu remains unspoiled from commercial tourism?

Welcome, adventurous souls, to a whirlwind journey through the breathtaking island of Kyushu! Renowned for its awe-inspiring landscapes, soothing hot springs, and delectable cuisine, Kyushu magnetizes tourists globally. But the real charm lies off the beaten track in Kyushu, in … Read More

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Kyushu is Japan’s Tea Empire, and these are its Top Producing Prefectures

Kyushu is one of the leading “tea regions” in Japan, with Kagoshima Prefecture ranking second in national tea production, Miyazaki Prefecture ranking fourth, Fukuoka Prefecture ranking sixth, Saga Prefecture ranking eighth, and Kumamoto Prefecture ranking ninth. History of Tea Production … Read More


Tako Meshi in Kyushu: A Culinary Adventure with Octopus Rice

A journey through Japan’s culinary delights goes beyond sushi and ramen. One particularly delicious dish known in Kyushu, Japan’s third-largest island, is “Tako Meshi” or Octopus Rice. Let’s explore together the richness it brings to Kyushu’s diverse food culture! What … Read More

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Ariake Sea – Japan’s Largest Tidal Flats

What is Ariake sea? The Ariake Sea is a body of saltwater located off the coast of Kyushu, Japan. Here are some characteristics of the Ariake Sea. Characteristics of Ariake Sea The Ariake Sea is the largest Tidal Flats in … Read More

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Restart your travel adventures in Kyushu with INAKAdventure

INAKAdventure is now a member of the Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA).  INAKAdventure has joined ATTA’s global network, a community of individuals and organizations dedicated to practicing and promoting sustainable adventure travel worldwide.  While overseas travel into a foreign country … Read More

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