Scenic Japan from the Water

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  • Night View of Unimaru Park

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    120 spines are lit up during the night.

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  • Okushiri Winery

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    The winery grows grapes on the island and makes wine making full use of the environment of Okushiri. Winery tours are also available (prior contact required).

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  • Miyatsubentengu

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    The “God of Good Fortune” is enshrined here.

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  • Miyatsu Benten Shrine

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    The “God of Good Fortune” is enshrined here.

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  • Evening view of Unimaru Park

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    A monument that takes motif from sea. urchins, an Okushiri specialty

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  • Kitaoimisaki Park

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    8 Sculptures by Masayuki Nagare are on display inside the park, making it like an outdoor gallery.

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  • Fugenji

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    "Fugenji temple" in Usuki-city Notsu-machi is a family temple of Kicchomu and also known as a famous place for beautiful colored autumnal leaves.

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  • Ryugenji temple three-stories pagoda

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    The tower is Ryugenji temple three-stories pagoda, the master craftsman, Takahashi, had traveled around Nara and Kyoto studying the advantages of old three-stories pagoda to create ideal drawings.

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  • Furen limestone cavern

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  • Old Usuki seigneur Inaba family suburban residence(old Inaba family villa)

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    Inaba family suburban residence was built in 1902 as the housing for the homecoming for the former han owner whom changed their residence to Tokyo after the abolition of the han system.

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  • Usuki Sekibutsu Stone Buddhas

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    Usuki’s Buddhas are about six kilometres outside of Usuki’s town centre, on a rise overlooking a wide flat valley, dotted with ponds.

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  • Usuki Sekibutsu Stone Buddhas

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    59 of the 60 found here are registered as National Treasures.

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  • yahatcho Ojiten

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  • Sara and DE Usuki

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    In the Center of Haccho Oji avenue shopping area, the building created by model of NOBISHADO. Place for tourist center, interference of Western culture in Usuki is exhibited.

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  • Ruins of Usuki castle

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    Since the well-known Christian Daimyo, Sorin Otomo, owned the castle, the Alphabet letters were carved on the stone wall, chapel was inside the castle, as well as Christian novitiate in the basement.

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  • Nioza Hisotiral Road

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    Usuki’s grand temples hints at the power it once held and wealth it accumulated in the Edo Period, when the samurai ruled the land.

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  • Nioza Hisotiral Road

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    Today, it is a compact and quiet town of stone-paved streets, lined by a number of traditional buildings, that are pleasant to stroll around.

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  • Nioza Hisotiral Road

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    Nioza is made by mounting the ashes from the Mt. Aso, and the road is created by scrapping the rocks.

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  • Ruins of Usuki castle

    [Famous/Historical Spots]

    Since the well-known Christian Daimyo, Sorin Otomo, owned the castle, the Alphabet letters were carved on the stone wall, chapel was inside the castle, as well as Christian novitiate in the basement.

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  • Nioza Hisotiral Road

    [Famous/Historical Spots]

    Nioza is made by mounting the ashes from the Mt. Aso, and the road is created by scrapping the rocks.

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  • Usuki ruin of the castle Cherry Blossom Festival

    [Famous/Historical Spots,Cherry Blossoms]

    In the ruin of the Usuki castle, which was built by Sorin Otomo in war ages, there are about 1000 cherry trees planted. There will be light up during the festival period from 18:00-22:00.

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  • Usuki ruin of the castle Cherry Blossom Festival

    [Famous/Historical Spots,Cherry Blossoms]

    In the ruin of the Usuki castle, which was built by Sorin Otomo in war ages, there are about 1000 cherry trees planted. There will be light up during the festival period from 18:00-22:00.

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  • B-CON PLAZA

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  • Rainbow Bridge

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  • Rainbow Bridge

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  • Tokyo Gate Bridge

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  • Nagasaki Megami Ohashi Road

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  • Costa Dell Sol Beach Resort

    [,Famous/Historical Spots,Sports & Outdoor Activities]

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  • Night view from Inasayama

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  • Oura Church

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    Taking and uploading photographs have been approved by the archdiocese.

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