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Despite suffering damage during last year’s earthquake, Kumamoto Castle is still a great place to visit, especially during the colorful Cherry Blossom Season
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Kyushu, located Southwest of the main island Honshu, is Japan’s third largest island with Fukuoka as its capital.
Ichifusa Dam within Kuma Prefectural Park is the second most popular place for cherry blossoms in Kumamoto. Approximately 10,000 blossoms were planted along the lake and you could enjoy the view while driving. During the cherry blossom season there are a number of special events, with food stands at Ichifusa Damukoenchi and people enjoying a picnic.
Kyushu's Mt. Aso boasts one of the largest calderas in the world. Come explore the beautiful area surrounding this active volcano.
Nabegataki Falls in Oguni is a striking waterfall not too far from Kurokawa Onsen.
The Tsujunkyo Aqueduct in southeastern Kumamoto offers a stunning water display on weekends and holidays.
Missing Christmas? Head to the Saishunkan Hilltop campus in Kumamoto for a massive display of holiday illuminations
Mizukami Country Park has an obstacle course, long slides and a kids playground, all set in spacious grounds. Come here with your family and friends and stay for the whole day, where you can enjoy a picnic or play softball and football.