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Kyushu

Fukuoka
Ohori Park
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Fukuoka
Fukuoka Tower
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Fukuoka
Nakasu Yatai (Food Stalls)
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Fukuoka
Hakata Gion Yamakasa Festival
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Fukuoka
Kokura Castle
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Saga
Karatsu Kunchi Festival
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Saga
Arita Yaki (Arita Porcelain)
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Saga
Balloon Fiesta
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Nagasaki
Castella
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Nagasaki
Gunkanjima (Hashima Island)
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Nagasaki
Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum
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Kumamoto
Mt. Aso
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Kumamoto
Kumamoto Castle
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Kumamoto
KUMAMON Square
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Oita
Yamanami Highway
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Oita
Mt. Takasaki-yama
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Oita
Beppu Jigoku Meguri
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Miyazaki
Aoshima
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Miyazaki
Miyazaki Beef
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Miyazaki
Takachiho Gorge
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Kagoshima
Jomon-sugi Cedar
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Kagoshima
Satsuma Kiriko (Glass Art)
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Kagoshima
Sakura-jima Island
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Kyushu is one of the four main islands that makes up Japan, along with Hokkaido, Honshu, and Shikoku, and is the third largest of them. It is comprised of Fukuoka prefecture, Saga prefecture, Nagasaki prefecture, Kumamoto prefecture, Oita prefecture, Miyazaki prefecture, and Kagoshima prefecture. Kyushu is also the closest of Japan's main islands to continental Asia, and there has been active exchange between it and nearby countries since ancient times. The many volcanoes of Kyushu give rise to a large number of natural hot springs.

Videos

Invest in Kyushu

A story of next-generation electronic testing equipment

Kumamoto

Re-energizing Kyushu

Friends of Japan: Kumamoto

Kumamoto

Dignitaries visiting Kyushu from overseas

Prime Minister of Cambodia Visits Shimonoseki and Kitakyushu

Fukuoka

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President of Germany visits Nagasaki

Nagasaki

G20 Japan 2019 Host Cities

G20 Japan 2019: Fukuoka, Fukuoka Pref.

Fukuoka

Cross Road by CNN

Japan's start-up city

Fukuoka

Japanese town preserves porcelain tradition

Saga

Japan National Tourism Organization