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Easy-to-Wear Kimono Rental by the Megane Bridge
"This service offers Japanese traditional Kimono for short-time rental so that travelers can have the opportunity to walk around the Megane bridge wearing Kimono like Japanese women in the olden days and take their own pictures with the historical scenery in the background.A professional Kimono dresser will dress yo but this easy-to-wear Kimono dressing service takes only about 15 minutes per person by using the quick-use Obi belts and tools. The venue is located just in front of the Megane Bridge the oldest stone arch bridge in Japan and one of the most photographed places in Nagasaki. After getting dressed in your Kimono you have 30 minutes to walk around the Megane Bridge and take your photos in your beautiful Kimono. You won't need to walk a long distance wearing the traditional Zori sandals that create difficulties walking for people unaccustomed to them since you will arrive at the Megane Bridge as soon as you left the venue.All of the Kimono are made of high-quality silk with beautiful traditional patterns. The plan includes Kimono rental accessories
From JPY1,850.00
 
Hot Spring Capital Yufuin Rickshaw Tour
"Kick back and relax while your driver will guide you through the lush green valleys of the European-looking village of Yufuin the unofficial hot spring capital of Japan. Meet your guide any time between 9:30am and 5:30pm at the entrance of the Yufuin train station. You can effortlessly cover the spacious area of the valley and fields and still gain a informative and broad overv rich in arts and culture on a rickshaw.The tours described below are model routes. They may be further customized based on your preferred starting and ending point the length of your tour and points of interests.30 Minute OptionHeading south from the train station and after passing through a narrow street surrounded by high walls you will see the iconic view of Yufuin. Abundant rice fields
From JPY4,500.00
 
Easy-to-Wear Kimono Rental by the Megane Bridge
"This service offers Japanese traditional Kimono for short-time rental so that travelers can have the opportunity to walk around the Megane bridge wearing Kimono like Japanese women in the olden days and take their own pictures with the historical scenery in the background.A professional Kimono dresser will dress yo but this easy-to-wear Kimono dressing service takes only about 15 minutes per person by using the quick-use Obi belts and tools. The venue is located just in front of the Megane Bridge the oldest stone arch bridge in Japan and one of the most photographed places in Nagasaki. After getting dressed in your Kimono you have 30 minutes to walk around the Megane Bridge and take your photos in your beautiful Kimono. You won't need to walk a long distance wearing the traditional Zori sandals that create difficulties walking for people unaccustomed to them since you will arrive at the Megane Bridge as soon as you left the venue.All of the Kimono are made of high-quality silk with beautiful traditional patterns. The plan includes Kimono rental accessories
From JPY1,850.00

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Ohori Koen

We spent the day travelling to Kitakyushu but decided to visit Ohori Koen in the evening when we returned. We were not sure whether it would be pitch black and desolate or well lit and populated. It...
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Koso Hachiman Shrine

Apparently this shrine houses the guardian deity of Mojiko Port. It was a very pretty shrine with statues, foxes and red tori. We detoured here to take a look at the shrine on our walk back from...
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Fukuoka Castle

The ruins of Fukuoka Castle are located in Maizuru Park. To get here take the subway to Ohori Koen Station, go out exit 5, walk along the moat and you will soon see a castle gate on your right. Go...
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Mojiko JR Station

This station opened on February 1st 1914. It is in neo-Renaissance style and has been a designated national cultural property since 1988. The building is currently undergoing renovation, but is still...
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Kushida Jinja

Kushida Jinja, located in the Hakata Ward of Fukuoka is said to have been founded in 757. This shrine is home to the huge festival held each July called Hakata Gion Yamakasa. A huge float called a...
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Drawbridge

The two sides of the harbour are connected by a frequently raised drawbridge. We managed to walk across this at one point when it was lowered. This lovely bridge is beautifully illuminated at night...
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Canal City

Canal City is a futuristic shopping centre/entertainment/dining complex with a canal running through it. It is very close to the banks of the Naka Gawa River. It is worth visiting for its futuristic...
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The Kyushu Railway History Museum

Open 9am to 5pm. Admission 300 yen. It was shut before we got there. It is near the station, housed in a former railway building and has real locomotives, a driving simulator, a large railway panorama...
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Seaside Momochi Park

We took the subway to Nishijin Station, exited next to the Fresh Burger Restaurant and went right. Momochi Park is about 15 minutes walk away from the station. The park is located in front of Fukuoka...
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Kanmon Strait Museum

Open from 9am to 5pm. Admission 500 yen. We did not visit this museum - I am not a museum fan, but apparently it houses a retro room which shows Mojiko in the Taicho Period and has exhibits on the...
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Suito Fukuoka

This new place in Fukuoka aims to make tourists enjoy the real Japanese cultural experience by offering various events such as a tea ceremony lesson, a walk in the traditional yukata, or a takoyaki...
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The Mekari Shrine

This shrine is right under the Kanmon Bridge. On Japanese New Year's Day the priests here gather seaweed - a symbol of long life. The shrine had a collection of dolls near the entrance and an inari...
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Tenjin

When we arrived in Fukuoka, it was cold and wet. We decided to visit the Tenjin area, which was not a bad choice for such a miserable day, as we exited the metro straight into a shopping mall, took a...
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Old Moji Mitsui Club

This building was built in 1921 to house important company guests. Einstein and his wife stayed here in 1922. Downstairs is free entry and has a restaurant. The first floor has an entry fee of 100 yen...
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