Take a trip on the bullet train Shinkansen "Haiou," and start a journey on the West Kyushu Railway

In addition to enjoying the beautiful natural scenery, visiting historical buildings with Tang style, and tasting delicious Japanese cuisine, taking the JR railway line will add endless joy and richness to your journey. Japan's JR railway line is like the meridians of the human body, connecting cities point to point, very convenient. No matter when and where, the JR line and train you choose will enhance your trip. Let's enjoy this dream journey together!

Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine

Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine is a shrine located in Fukuoka City, Japan, and is one of the most important Tenmangu shrines in all of Japan. The shrine was built to worship the god of learning (Tenmangu), and is one of the oldest Tenmangu shrines still standing in Japan. In Japan's history, Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine was once one of the country's political, cultural, and educational centers, and as such, it holds an important place in Japanese people's hearts. The surrounding area also includes beautiful gardens and historical cultural relics, where tourists can relax and appreciate the charm of history and culture around Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine.

Dapu Catholic Church

The Oura Catholic Church is a Catholic church located in Nagasaki, Japan and is one of the most famous Catholic churches in Japan. With unique architectural style, it is a Romantic-style building. The exterior of the church is constructed with materials such as limestone, presenting a light yellow color that appears even more beautiful under the sunlight. The interior of the church utilizes elements of Gothic architecture, creating a grand and magnificent feeling. In addition to visiting the church itself, tourists can also take a walk in the surrounding area, admire the beauty of the surroundings, and experience the cultural spirit embodied in this historical building.

Gulaba Park

After Nagasaki opened its port to the outside world in 1859, British merchant Glover settled in the area. In order to commemorate Mr. Glover's historical contributions, Nagasaki City established this garden based on his residence and relocated and restored six Meiji era historical buildings from Nagasaki City to this location. Thus, Glover Garden was born, surrounded by green trees, where one can stroll and feel the daily life of foreign merchants living in Nagasaki at that time. The Western-style buildings in the garden are scattered, with green plants and colorful flowers climbing the walls, immersing visitors in the Western European atmosphere of the second half of the 19th century.

Hermitage of the Cranes and Tea

Kachoan is a famous traditional Japanese tea house located in the Higashiyama district of Kyoto. It is one of the representatives of Japanese tea culture. Kachoan's tea culture is highly appreciated, and its most representative feature is the "bed" style tea room, a unique way of building tea rooms popular in the Kyoto area. The bed-style tea room is composed of a wooden door and a stone wall, with a small courtyard in front of the door. Visitors need to sit down one by one in the courtyard before entering the tea room. The design concept of the bed-style tea room is to create a traditional and private space for visitors to fully experience the essence of Japanese tea culture. It is said that Mr. Sun Yat-sen used to visit this place every time he visited Nagasaki. Today, a historical landmark commemorating Sun Wen is erected in the place where the "Oriental Sunrise News" used to be. It is definitely worth a visit!

Kirishima Hot Springs Tea Tourism

The Ureshino hot springs in Kyushu have a long history, as they have been recorded in ancient books. Along the hot spring street by the Ureshino River, you can easily find nearly 50 famous hotels. The spring water here is rich in trace elements such as carbonic acid and potassium, with significant skin-beautifying effects. When bathing, the hot spring water will make your skin feel moisturized, tender and smooth. As for the specialty of Ureshino hot springs, "hot spring tofu" has been a popular dish since the Edo period. Made with specially processed Ureshino hot spring water, the protein in the tofu perfectly dissolves into the hot spring water, and is served with thick and creamy soy milk broth, adding a lot of flavors to "Tongue Princess Ureshino". Come and experience the delicate feeling!

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