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Kyushu is a fascinating haven of peace--overflowing with tradition and undisturbed destinations, such as: the famous onsen cities (also known as “Hot Springs”), various breathtaking natural viewpoints, and a myriad of sites that reflect the strong heritage of Japanese culture. Composed of 8 prefectures, with Fukuoka being the biggest city, Kyushu is a thriving place, and benefits from a delightful subtropical climate.
Kagoshima is a must-see area of the island, located on the southern part of the peninsula, around 300km away from Fukuoka.
While Fukuoka is the more developed destination for travelers in Kyushu, many people tend to start their journeys there. But not a place to be missed, Kagoshima can also be accessed by plane or bullet train, although for the most immersive experience, we recommend taking car.
①Easier to input than Japanese complicated spot names.
②You won't be bothered by the spots of the same name
③MAPCODE can guide you secret spots which don't have own name or address.
④Google Map brings you the center of the spots. MAPCODE will guide you to the entrance of the car park.
Kyushu MAPCODE Dictionary
|Spot Name||Recommend||MAPCODE||Drive Route which include this spot|
|Kanmon Strait(MekariDaini Observatory)|
|16 746 490*44|
|Mojiko Port Retro Area & Observatory|
|16 715 449*63|
|16 716 181*31|
|16 685 875|
|16 685 748*57|
|16 464 629*33|
|375 088 700|
|MARINE WORLD uminonakamichi|
|13 583 176|
|Nanzoin Big Buddha|
|55 699 781*35|
|55 750 865|
|Ichiran Ramen Factory|
|224 609 732|
|Nippon Rent a Car(Fukuoka Airport International Terminal)|
|13 293 280*25|