Eight ramen noodle champions from selected from all over Japan come together
Make the rounds of the yatai, nighttime food stalls found in Fukuoka City
If you visit Fukuoka, be sure to try the yakitori!
Try these pork broth ramen noodles, only to be found in Kumamoto!
The population of Fukuoka Prefecture is the largest in Kyushu, with about 5.07 million people. Many commercial facilities that attract domestic and foreign shoppers are found in Fukuoka City, the center of the prefecture.
Saga Prefecture is known in Japan, and worldwide, as a famous porcelain production site.
Nagasaki Prefecture was the only gateway to the world when the feudal government of Japan restricted interactions and trading with foreign nations during the Edo period (from the seventeenth through mid-nineteenth centuries).
Kumamoto Prefecture, with a population of about 1.82 million, is the second-largest prefecture in Kyushu, after Fukuoka.
Oita is a sightseeing area that can be highly recommended to international travelers, because it has typical Japanese history, culture and nature all in one place, and that makes it possible to enjoy places to see, things to do, places to eat and traditional Japanese hospitality within a short period of time.
Miyazaki Prefecture faces the Pacific Ocean and is known for its mild climate. The land is fertile, and it’s rich in farmland. The local residents are generous and kind-hearted. If a foreign traveler would ask a way, any Miyazaki resident would kindly guide the traveler in the great spirit of Japanese hospitality. There are many […]
Kagoshima is blessed with a diverse array of rich natural environments, including Yakushima Island, the first site in Japan to be registered as a World Natural Heritage; unique islands such as the Amami islands, which boasts coral reefs and rare wild animals; active volcanoes like Mount Sakurajima, Kirishima, etc., lush green forests, and varying coastlines.
Popular with sightseers from Japan and the rest of the world – Kyokusui no Utage at Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine