Kyushu Travels

This is Kyushu.

An amazing part of Japan that has incredible nature and unbelievable views.

Dream Tours Japan wish is to show people how amazing and impressive the special and rather untapped region of Japan really is.

Here are a few of the Tours we provide for the Kyushu Market:

1)  Private 2 Days / 1 Night Tour of Western Kyushu:

This tour will allow one to see most of the sights around Fukuoka, Saga and Nagasaki Prefectures. Many locations will be visited and time will not be a factor as customers will be able to stay at a specific location for as long or as short a time as they desire. The accommodation chosen will be either a Traditional Japanese Ryokan (Japanese Hotel) or a Western Style Hotel. All accommodations are of the highest class and definitely an experience that won't be forgotten quickly.

Light refreshments and drinks as well as lunch are provided in a relaxed environment within an air conditioned vehicle. Dinner and breakfast are provided for in the chosen accommodation facility and lunch is also provide on Day 2 as well. One will be extremely satisfied once the tour is finished.  Beautiful locations, amazing accommodations and delicious foods will be enjoyed for a once in a lifetime travel experience! General pick up times are 9am and drop off times at 4 to 5pm the following day.

Here is a typical 2 day/ 1 night Kyushu Tour:

Pick up at the International Port Terminal/ Hakata Station and or local hotel.  If you are arriving at the Fukuoka Airport, this link below will give you some great background information.

Head up to Kagami Lookout well above the Black Pine Forests to get an amazing 180 degree view of the Genkai Sea far below:  Please click on this link to see more information on the Kagami Lookout.

Drive through the impressive Black Pine Forests of Karatsu.  Please click below to see on a map.,130.0030761,15z/data=!4m8!1m2!2m1!1sBlack+pine+Karatsu!3m4!1s0x3541d7c5afdabd47:0x5c7bb964cbf3f085!8m2!3d33.4460749!4d129.9940136

Drive west to Karatsu to check out the magnificent Karatsu Castle in Saga Prefecture.
Please click on this link to see more information about Karatsu Castle.

Then we head to the incredible Arita Porcelain Park that borders Saga and Nagasaki Prefecture.  Please click on the link for more information.

The next location is an incredible cultural experience at the Umegae Sake Brewery where we will have the chance to try some Japanese Rice Wine and Liquers and learn all about the making process.  Please click on the link for more info.

A quick stop into the Henna Hotel is always a great experience to see a fully functioning Hotel operated only by robots and no human contact.  Click on the link below to see the full story.

Then we will continue on to Nagasaki City where we will stop at the Peace Park and the Atomic Bomb Museum.  Please click on the 2 links below to learn more about these attractions.

After this a quick stop at the Inasayama Lookout to see a 360 degree panoramic view of Nagasaki City and its surrounding area far below.  More information can be obtained below in the link.
Finally we will head to our final location of the day, Obama Town and experience the famous Obama Foot Baths either before dinner or after breakfast the next day which are both included in the Tour Pricing.  More info about Obama can be seen below.

More information about your accommodation options can be seen in this post below.
Overnight stays will either be in the Seaside Obama Town or up in Mountain areas of Unzen staying at a Traditional Japanese Inn. called a Ryokan.
Luxury experiences are available as well as the normal run of the mill types.
I am sure whatever you choice you will be enthralled by the superb Japanese Omotenashi (Hospitality) and their Kaiseki (Japanese Banquet style) cuisine.

The next day (if you choose to stay in Obama overnight) we will head up the mountain to Unzen and check out the following locations, more information in the links below can be seen.

Down the mountain we go, on to the other side of the Shimabara Peninsular to check out what is on offer for the sightseeing buffs in Shimabara City. Please click on these links below for more info.
We will jump on the Isahaya Bay Dike Road and see the 2 following sites.  Please click on the links below to see more information.

Next we will stop along the Ariake Sea coastline and investigate this amazing scene of nature, the floating Torii Gates of Oouo Shrine.  Click on the link below for more relevant information.

The next stop is at one of the 3 most famous Inari Shrines in Japan. The Yutoku Inari Shrine in Saga Prefecture is an amazing place to discover and explore.  Full report coming soon.  Please link on the map below for details.,130.0998734,14z/data=!4m13!1m7!3m6!1s0x3541d2a1e2f15555:0x300bd46c1f1ef1da!2sSaga!3b1!8m2!3d33.3078371!4d130.2271243!3m4!1s0x0:0x7e95f782245107b!8m2!3d33.0734456!4d130.1081979

After the visit to the Yutoku Inari Shrine, a change of pace will result in a brief but interesting stop at the Takeo City Library where we will enjoy the building architecture and ambience.  Full report coming soon.,130.0058336,14z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x354028f83d354b6b:0x5e28c9bd0c5ed120!8m2!3d33.1890771!4d130.0236836

On our way back to Fukuoka we will stop briefly at Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine for a Shinto Blessing.
Please clic the link below for more information on this attraction.

Finally we will head back to Fukuoka City and our last attraction of the day will be the Fukuoka Port Tower.  Please click on the link for more information.

You will be dropped off at your pre arranged location to conclude the tour.

Japanese Gardens are always a feature

2)  Private 3 Days / 2 Night Tour of Western and Central Kyushu:

More information about this tour is coming soon!

Samurai Cosplay Time

The popular Shimabara Castle

Walking around the Unzen Hell Ponds

Ahhh, that is better!  Foot bath heaven.

The sights and smells of the Unzen Hell Ponds with the sulfur and steam is all part of the experience.

Our day tours out of Fukuoka to other Prefectures in Kyushu and Honshu will create lasting memories:

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