Summer School 2014
Arrived in Fukuoka
Kyushu - the home of DRUM TAO
DRUM TAO is a famous Japanese performing group and their headquarters “Grandioso” is located in the Aso Kuju National Park in Kyushu.
I had an opportunity to visit them as part of a tour that they had organised. This place is typically not opened to the public, but if you are interested in visiting, you can do so when they hold their annual Summer Festival in August. Do check their website (http://www.drum-tao.com/) for more details nearer to the date.
2016 Happy Northern Kyushu Trip
An enjoyable and relaxing stay at 由布院站前.
The 10th Kyushu trip in 2016
Traveling is always a “need” to refresh and relax myself after the stressful work and drive for my life balance. The first time I visited Kyushu was more than 2 decades with my granny, it was definitely an old village with some beautiful sceneries came to my mind. After traveling in Tokyo, Osaka, Hokkaido and Okinawa, Kyushu has ever been the most popular traveling choices for me in Japan annually since 2008. It is always a good place to travel with family, friends or alone with the cleanness, beauty of nature, traditional culture, convenience, safeness, friendliness of locals and tones of uncountable exceptional experiences when you explore each of the prefectural (県).
Vacation through Kyushu
Beautiful public garden at Kagoshima, on the way to Sakurajima
Very beautiful garden, to visit on the way to Sakurajima
Getting Lost in a Beautiful World of Fl…
I love seeing big open fields full of flowers and I was glad that I had the opportunity to visit Kuju Flower Park, which has about three million plants of more than 500 different varieties. Different flowers bloom during the different seasons during most of the year, except in winter. Do check the flowering schedule on the park's website before your visit, so that you'll know what you can expect to see there.
My Favorite Places In Kyushu
When people talk about going to Japan, they usually mention the busy metropolis- Tokyo, the fluffy snow and fresh produce in Hokkaido or the sapphire sky and crystal clear sea of Okinawa. But for this post, I'll talk about my favorite part of Japan- Kyushu.