10 Famous Hot Springs for You to Visit in the Kyushu Region | tsunagu Japan

We present you a selection of 10 famous hot springs that you should absolutely visit when you come to the Kyushu region, which has the most natural resources

LifeisVeryBeautiful c/o tumblr Saga, Japan (via GANREF | 蒼い時間) ricefield

Terraced rice fields, Hamanoura, Kyushu, Japan - ©ぱる吉 (Gil Pal) via Ganref.jp by nannie

Fukuoka, Japan (aka Hakata) is one of Japan's top culinary destinations, renowned among foodies for its tonkotsu ramen and yatai food stalls.

Fukuoka, Japan: Kyushu's Ramen & Yatai Capital

Where gpa was born 💚Fukuoka, Japan (aka Hakata) is one of Japan's top culinary destinations, renowned among foodies for its tonkotsu ramen and yatai food stalls.

No this isn't a fairytale. This is Ryokan Sangaa magical inn with the most gorgeous onsens (natural hot spring fed baths) where @thedenizenco & I hosted our second annual wabi sabi inspired photography retreat. We called it home for a week & my heart aches for these paths already. Every other place pales in comparison. If you want to join us here next year you can join the retreat mailing list at localmilkretreats.com #wabisabiworkshop #localmilkretreats #ryokansanga by local_milk

No this isn't a fairytale. This is Ryokan Sangaa magical inn with the most gorgeous onsens (natural hot spring fed baths) where & I hosted our second annual wabi sabi inspired photography retreat. We called it home for a week & my heart ache

Uganzaki North Beach, Ishigaki Island, Japan.

Ishigaki, a Japanese Natural Wonderland

I've been to Puerto Vallarta so many times and never knew this was there! - Hidden beach , marieta islands, off the coast of puerto vallarta, mexico.

What are the best places in Japan that aren't "touristy" and most people know nothing about? They include beaches, mountains, an ancient forest, and more!

Japan's 5 Best Off-The-Beaten-Path Places

What are the best places in Japan that aren’t "touristy" and most people know nothing about? They include beaches, mountains, an ancient forest, and more!

Kurokawa Onsen, Kumamoto, Japan (The bamboo bars help to stand and soak in the bath which is deeper than others.) 黒川温泉 立ち湯

Ikoi Ryokan, Kurokawa Onsen, Kumamoto, Japan (The bamboo bars help to stand and soak in the bath which is deeper than others.

The Onta ceramic making village in Kyushu, Aso Mountains, Japan. Photography by Beth Kirby

The Onta ceramic making village in Kyushu, Aso Mountains, Japan. Photography by Beth Kirby

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