Amuse Travel
Fukuoka Hot Springs Tour
List of included Services
Round trip air flight : options available (Choose the flight place, day, and time departure & return matching with your schedule)
Accommodation : 4 Stars Hotel
Bus : with private driver
Local guide : language upon requests
Free time : Kurokawa Hot Spring Village
Services included : Accommodation / Entrance fees / Meals / Insurance / Air flight
Day 1
Arrival to Fukuoka Airport → Yufuin Mingei Mura (Folk Craft Village) → Kinrin Lake → Lunch → Kamado Jigoku Hot Springs → Dinner → Transfer to Hotel

Day 2
Breakfast→ Kokonoe “Yume” Bridge → Kurokawa Onsen (hot spring) (free time) → Lunch → Mamedamachi → Transfer to Hotel

Day 3
Breakfast → Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine → Canal City Hakata → Lunch → Don Quijote (shopping at your own cost) → Fukuoka Tower (Observatory non-included) → Departure to Fukuoka airport
Yufuin Mingei Mura (Folk Craft Village)
There are old style houses all around and many art and craft experience corners such as making glass, tie-dyeing, Japanese paper, and many more inside the village upon entering the gate. 
There is also a reconstructed wind mill and old post office which provides a nostalgic and countryside scenery.
Lake Kinrin
Lake Kinrin is well known for its morning mists formed when water welling up from hot and cold springs mix. The name of the lake has been given by a Confucian scholar who spotted a gold-scaled fish in the waters around sunset one day.
Kamado Jigoku Hot Springs
Kamado Jigoku (Cooking Pot Hell) Hot Springs’ name find its origin from an old myth in which steamed rice was prepared with the fumarolic gas discharged at 90°C as an offering to Ujigami (guardian god) during a festival named “Kamado Hachimangu Shrine Festival”.
There are several public baths available for both residents and tourists.
Beppuwan Royal Hotel 
Best 4 stars hotel in the area offering a mineral bath, an outdoor pool, a sauna, a café, a fitness center and bike rental. 
Kokonoe “Yume” Bridge
Great 360 degree view from 777 meters high.
This bridge opened in October 30th, 2006. It is 390 meters long, 173 meters high, 1.5 meters broad and it is the highest (777m high) suspension bridge reserved to pedestrians in Japan. 
Kurokawa Onsen (hot spring)
This is one of the most popular and famous hot spring on the island of Kyushu. It’s located at an altitude of 700 m, where inns are found standing alongside the River Tanohara, a tributary of River Chikugo. A therapeutic, traditional and relaxing atmosphere can be found here.
Travel into The past as you wander the streets of Mamedamachi Shopping Street, an area of authentic ancestral buildings and crafts. Look at distinct wooden architecture and banners floating in the breeze, then browse through Hina dolls, wooden Geta sandals, Onta pottery, and an array of other artisan items. 
Taisenkaku Hotel (ryokan)
Authentic founded in 1949 with hot spring water, outdoor bath, sauna, buffet of fresh ingredients, etc.
Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine
Among the hundreds of Tenmangu Shrines throughout Japan, Dazaifu is the most important one alongside Kyoto’s Kitano Tenmangu. Tenmangu Shrines are dedicated to the spirit of Sugawara Michizane, a scholar and politician of the Heian Period. Because of his great learning, Michizane has been associated with Tenjin, a Shinto deity of education, and is popular among students.
Canal City Hakata
Canal City Hakata is a large shopping and entertainment complex, calling itself a “city within the city”. Canal City has been designed to create a spacious and interesting atmosphere with creative and unique colors and shapes. The artificial canal of 180m long designed by renowned architect John Juddi runs right through the middle of the five floored entertainment complex, creating a lot of open space. At the center of the canal there is a fountain with water shows every 30 minutes from 10:00 until 22:00.
Don Quijote
If you need to purchase a specific product but you are not certain where it would be available, then you will probably find it at Don Quijote which is Japan’s biggest chain of discount store. It stocks everything from food to electronic items, and is an awesome place to buy necessities or pick up some inexpensive souvenirs.
Fukuoka Tower
Fukuoka Tower was built for the “Asia Pacific Expo (YOKATOPIA)” held in 1989 in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of Fukuoka city’s establishment of a municipal system. It is the tallest seaside tower in Japan (234m tall). It is also called the tower “Mirror Sail” because of the 8,000 one-way mirrors composing the tower.

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