Oguni - In the town of Oguni, Kumamoto prefecture, there are large onsen resorts such as Tsuetate Onsen and Waita Onsen Village. The region also boasts the famous Nabegataki Falls, a waterfalls you can see from behind, as well as local dishes which can be enjoyed only here. In addition, there are beautiful views such as the Sakura tree in Maebaru, or the great Gingko tree in Shimojo and the Cedar tree in Aso. The temples and shrines in the area have very particular features and a unique appearance. The Sakamoto Zensan Art Museum and the Kitazato Saburo Memorial House are also wonderful sightseeing places. There are many activities and things you can enjoy only in Oguni. Souvenirs made of local cedar wood and dairy products made with the milk of Jersey cows raised in Oguni are very popular among the visitors to this area. The aim of this special feature on Oguni is to let people from all around the world know the charms of this area. We hope that the number of visitors to Oguni will increase and that the great appeal of this area will be recognized worldwide.
Waita onsen is a town in Kumamoto prefecture renowned for its wonderful hot springs. The great variety of onsen facilities and the beautiful landscape created by the steam rising by the hot springs make this place a charming travel destination.
Yu Station in Oguni, Kumamoto prefecture, is an information center where you can find out what are the best sightseeing destinations in the area. Moreover, travelers can purchase here local products and specialties of Oguni.
Oguni in Kumamoto prefecture is a town famous for its beautiful nature, especially for its cedar forests. The great sights and the delicious local dishes, the charming shrines and the unique museums - all make Oguni an unforgettable place.
Tsuetate Onsen is an area in Kumamoto prefecture, Kyushu, famous for its hot spring and unique traditions. This article introduces some of the hot springs and the traditional festivals specific to Tsuetate Onsen - a region you will fall in love with once
Nabegataki Falls in Kumamoto prefecture is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Japan. Viewing the waterfall from the cave behind it is an amazing experience! When traveling in Kyushu, do stop by Nabegataki and marvel at this wonder of nature.