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Rotemburo in Kurakawa onsen, Kyushu, Japan
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Rotemburo in Kurakawa onsen

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Wisteria Tunnel at Kawachi Fuji Garden, Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan

Wisteria flower tunnel

Wisteria Tunnel at Kawachi Fuji Garden, Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan

Day 6: From Kyushu you'll hop on the train to Hiroshima. A city more famous for its past, Hiroshima is an attractive and pleasant city with great food, people, and more  Memorial: Paper lanterns float down the Motoyasu River in Hiroshima to mark the 66th anniversary of the bombing

Lanterns for 140,000 'spirits': Hiroshima marks anniversary of A-bomb as Japanese PM admits he 'regrets' nuclear power

The site of the world's first A-bomb attack observed a moment of silence at 8.15 am on Saturday (2315 GMT Friday) - the time the bomb was dropped on August 6th, 1945, by the United States in the last stages of World War II.

Komyozenji zen temple, Dazaifu. Kyushu, Japan


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Zen temple, garden. Dazaifu. Kyushu island. Japan.


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Aerial view of The Kumamoto Castle, Kyushu

For a trip to Kyushu, the imposing Kumamoto Castle is one sight not to be missed. The castle is a 15 minute street car ride from Kumamoto Station or a 40 minute bus ride from Kumamoto International Airport. Slideshow on Japan pp: Blending with "Soft light" & "High Pass" with CS3 Special thanks to SIA Kyushu office, SPH Magazines and JTB Kyushu for the arrangement

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Yakushima. Island with cedar forests containing some of Japan's oldest living trees.
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Travel guide for Yakushima Island, Kagoshima Prefecture.

Steam rises from hot springs at Blood Pond Hell on Kyushu Island, Japan. Brave tree!

The Effing Awesomeness of Earth (Photos)

In honor of Earth Day, The Daily Beast takes a look at the often indescribable scenes of beauty found around our world and celebrated in National Geographic’s ‘Sublime Nature.’

Fukue Island of the Goto Islands, Nagasaki, Japan

Old catholic church dedicated to 26 Japanese saints

Dosaki Catholic, Church, Fukue Island of the Goto Islands, Nagasaki, Japan The Goto Islands is a chain of about 140 islands located about 100km off the coast of Nagasaki city. Throughout the Edo Period (1603-1864), a number of “Hidden Christians” (kakure kirishitan) fled to the Goto Islands to escape persecution, where they continued to practice their faith in secret. Still there are over 50 churches on the Goto Islands. > Islands of Japan Check out the beautiful Japanese islands that we…

Terukuni Shrine, Kagoshima, Kyushu.

Terukuni Shrine Kagoshima

Terukuni Shrine is the most important shrine in Kagoshima which enshrines the 28th feudal lord of Satsuma and reformer, Shimazu Nariakira.