Walk a cat's island 'Yushima'.
Let's go around a photogenic island about 1 hour lap.
A stylish space transformed from the fresh fish shop in Oyanojima. The owner of the "MACOCOROCHAYA" is a shop operated by Ozawa's husband and wife who was attracted by the natural environment of Amakusa. A lot of fans come from inside and outside the island, looking for the cozy time they make, the dishes made from the Amakusa sea and mountains, and the donuts, and the latte and cappuccino. Their own special dry food is also quite popular both inside and outside the county. In the oats in addition to the nut crisp taste and fragrance also added a variety of fruit embellishment, as well as fragrant spicy oil, syrup and so on as a gift is also very popular.
The 16-year-old Amakusa Shiro led the public to launch the "Shimabara Rebellion ". The museum about the history of Shiro, the process of "Shimabara Rebellion" that most peasants and Catholics rioted, and historical backgrounds. The exhibition on the Nanban culture which had a big influence on the history at that time. Also, about 300 pieces of historical materials telling the faith of Christian in the latent period are also exhibited with various themes from time to time. The "Bell of Love" is put in the corner of the park where the flowers of the season bloom, and it is popular as a sanctuary of the lovers.
Open sense space on the island of Amakusa. Enjoy views of the sea and the island from the open sea View Restaurant. Taste the delicious dishes of Amakusa seafood and Kyushu's national meat and vegetables. The most famous here is the salt bread. When the bread is baked, the store is filled with bread scent. There are also many people who want to buy from the foreign counties and cities for the sake of bread. There are also shops selling many Amakusa special products.
SEACRUISE HOUSE NAVIO is an apartment (stay type accommodation) scheduled to be opened along the Aizu port, at the entrance to Amakusa sightseeing. Please spend your free time with friends and family.
Watching the sunset at the Matsushima observatory.
The izakaya in the corner of AIZUKOU Port. As a shop loved by local people, the night is bustling. There are many people who are former fishermen who visit pleasant dialogue with friendly generals. A set of miso-rich hormone stew served at lunchtime is also popular. The Chanpon of Tiancao are the hidden menus that frequent visitors come back to. Special noodles, healthy winter noodle soup, and also available. It is recommended that you make a reservation in advance at the time of the visit because the night may be closed early.
The dragon of the color is a mark. Bright red railings and "Matsushima Bridge (commonly known as Bridge No. fifth)" reflect each other, is a pleasant place for Footbath. When you feel soft and slowly soak your legs in a lukewarm water, the tiredness of your journey will be healed. Don't worry about the sun and rain eaves, there are legends about the dragon of Ikejima. It is called "hand soup" from the mouth of dragon. Some people say that holding the other side of the dragon jade will have good luck.
From the mountain top at an altitude of 162m, Sengen Mountain overlooks the Amakusa Gokyo, with the Yatsushirokai Sea to the east and Ariake Sea to the west. Unzen Fugendake and Aso can be observed on sunny days. Wild cherry blossoms are in full bloom during the spring, which brings a lot of visitors. Before going to the battle 'Shimabara Amakusa Ikki' in 1637, it is said that Commander Amakusa Shiro gathered people in this area and exchanged sake to celebrate going into war. For this reason it is said that this mountain was once called 'Teshaku Shiyama' (Teshaku means ladle in Japanese.) In 1935, it became a National Designated Cultural Property Scenic Site, alongside Takabuto Mountain.
Meet wild bottlenose dolphins who live in Amakusa throughout the year via this cruise! This breed of dolphin is very friendly, often performing, swimming alongside the boat, and jumping in and out to get fish. People on this cruise get to not only enjoy seeing dolphins, but also enjoy pleasantly touring around the Amakusa Islands and seeing various sites such as the Ariake Sea and the Five Bridges of Amakusa. A guide on-board also provides easy-to-understand explanations on the behavior and ecology of dolphins.
Only in the shop directly managed by the fish shop in front of you, the freshness and handling of seafood is outstanding! Aside from Sashimi set meal and seafood bowls,and "Amakusa red snapper bowl" which pickled Amakusa bowl in specially made sauce. The seafood menu is full, such as “Grilled rice bowl with turban shell and prawn”. In addition, there are also steaks from AMAKUSA and Kumamoto's brand Japanese black beef "Wao", set meals such as Amakusa Daio and Amakusa plum meat pork etc., so people who are not good at seafood are safe. There is also a curry and children's lunch, seafood pizza and extravagant sea urchin gratin. It is a shop that you want to drop in with family and friends. You can also view the sunset of Matsushima, which has been selected as one of Japan's 100 best sunsets.
The door Tobasejima floating in the Shiranui sea．Here a year to ship 1.5 million strains of orchids it the first " Orchid Island in Japan. "Flower School" to convey the charm of the island. A space where you can not only see orchids growing in the greenhouse up close, but also learn tips for enriching living while incorporating orchids and other greens. Seafood and citrus and local ingredients can be enjoyed in the cafes that are combined with the "Mano". The beautiful white sand "Wakamiya Beach & Campground" is also right in front of the resort. The "Love fortune telling paper" at the shrine is also quite a Popular.
When you get off at the Triangle station, you will first see a huge "Snail" tower. This building, reminiscent of the sea and the Misumi town, was built as part of the "Kumamoto Art Police" and is a symbolic existence of the Misumi east port which will be the gateway to Amakusa. The official name is "Misumikou port", but locals call it "Pyramids of the Sea". A cone with a height of 25m, which can be walked up the perimeter. At the top is the observatory, not only the Amakusa East Port and the Tobasejima, the sea view of the Amakusa can be seen at a glance.