The Kumamoto PR mascot character, “Kumamon,” is a super-popular icon of Kumamoto.
These “Kumamoto Butter & Chocolate Cookies” have become a popular Kumamoto souvenir thanks to its adorable Kumamon shape!
Ushibuka Akane fairRead Later
“Akane,” a word in Ushibuka’s dialect meaning a “large catch” or “something good,” is an event where local seafood and mountain vegetables are all gathered in one place. At the Akane main event, the Thai Fishing Tournament, you can enjoy the true charm of Thai fishing. (Registration required in advance)
Daikanbo is the highest peak of the Aso mountain chain. Daikanbo’s mountain overlook is the most popular of all the overlooks in the Aso mountain chain. Thanks in part to this amazing view, Daikanbo became part of Aso Kuju National Park when it was established in 1934.
Take a leisurely stroll through Kumamoto City's remarkable traditional Japanese garden, Suizenji Jojuen!【In cooperation with Kumamoto Prefecture Vol. 5】Read Later
When many people think of Kyushu, the first place that comes to mind is usually Fukuoka Prefecture, which connects Japan with the rest of Asia. However, only slightly to the south you'll find Kumamoto Prefecture, which is full of equally fascinating—albeit not as well known—sights.