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Kumamoto Castle
4.5/5
379 Reviews
Kumamoto Castle is located in the city of Kumamoto which, along with Osaka Castle and Nagoya Castle is regarded as one of Japan's three major castles. Kumamoto is often referred to as the "Ginkgo Castle" owing to the large number of ginkgo trees, whose fruit historically served as military supplies. The castle structure itself is magnificent and looks, from a distance, almost like an elegant crane taking flight. Tall, stone walls surround all four corners of Kumamoto, making it one of Japan's more heavily guarded fortresses.
Kushida Shrine
4.5/5
277 Reviews
Temple
Located in Fukuoka city, Kushida Shrine is regarded as the most important shrine in the area. Every summer, the shrine hosts the Yamakasa Gion Matsuri, the biggest festival in Fukuoka, attracting people from far and wide. On the last day of the festival, 26 individuals take part in a race where they carry giant floats through the streets in a spectacular display.
Suizenji Koen
4.5/5
157 Reviews
City Park
The predecessor of Shuiqian Temple Park was built in 1632. It was created by Hosokawa Hoso, and was originally set up as a private garden. After maintenance and planning expansion, it is today's scale. The Suizenji Temple was built in a miniature version that mimics the fifty-three-story style of Tokaido, Japan. It has a landscaping of a typical Taoyuan-style garden in Japan, and it is particularly attractive to look at the mountain view of Mount Fuji in Japan. Wandering in the temple, you can see the lush trees and flowers. The exquisite artificial landscapes make the Shuiqian Temple tidy and beautiful, and the black-based water god shrine is extraordinarily elegant.
Kumamon Office
4.5/5
125 Reviews
The Kumamoto Bear Office is located at Kumamon Square in Tsuruya Department Store, which is mainly sold around. Kumamoto Bear is the mascot of Kumamoto Prefecture, which is now popular in Asia. Here is his home and office. He is open to visitors from time to time, and there are about half an hour of performances at certain times of the week.

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