• Dogo Park

    The park of a historical site with lush greenery, the ruins of a castle where an old local ruling clan used to live.

  • Dejima Island

    Former trade center, which was the only gateway to Europe around 200 years ago.

  • Dasaifu Tenmangu

    A temple for academic success where the god of knowledge, Sugawarano Michizane, is enshrined

  • Dake Onsen

    A historic onsen town on Mt. Adatara whose onsen is known to have beautifying effects.

  • Daisen Park

    One of the Japan's 100 historic parks with a tomb of an Emperor

  • Daio Wasabi Farm

    The clean water will capture your heart in this wasabi farm

  • Daiba Itchome Shotengai

    It's a theme park conceptualized after the Japanese working class neighborhood during the 1950s. There are various souvenirs available.

  • Cup Noodles Museum

    An interactive museum about instant ramen where you can enjoy exhibits and attractions.

  • Chuson-ji

    Chuson-ji, a World Heritage Site, has 3,000 valuable items, and is officially registered as a National Treasure or Important Cultural Property of Japan.

  • Church of the Light

    This well-known church architecture designed by a world famous architectural designer, Tadao Ando.

  • Churaumi Aquarium

    The representative aquarium of Okinawa that has one of the largest water tanks in the world and whale sharks

  • Chugu-ji

    The temple that contains one of the three great smiles in the art world on par with the Great Sphinx and the Mona Liza.

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