Kumamoto Castle is located conveniently in the center of Kumamoto City. For this reason, you can walk or take a tram to the castle depending on where you are. There is a 170-yen tram ride from JR Kumamoto Station available that will get you to the castle in 15 minutes, just be sure to get off at Kumamotojo-mae tram stop.
Kumamoto Shintoshin Plaza and the Kumamoto Tower under construction, April 2011 Kumamoto Shintoshin Plaza (くまもと森都心, Kumamoto-shin-toshin), is a major office development by Mori Building in Nishi-ku, Kumamoto, Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan, located in front of Kumamoto Station.
The building known as the Janes' Residence was the first western-style house built in Kumamoto and is registered as a Cultural Asset. The Janes' Residence was constructed in 1871 to house the family of L.L. Janes, an American who had been hired as a teacher at the new School of Western Learning.
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The park comes with a pavilion for learning agriculture, a souvenir shop (the farmer’s market), and a restaurant. This is one of the most visited tourist spots in all of Kumamoto, drawing lots of families and children on weekends and holidays for many events hosted here all throughout the year.
By Shinkansen: Shinkansen to JR Kumamoto Station. East Exit to Tram Line, board A or B towards Kengun. Get off at Kumamoto Castle/City Hall stop. Cross street toward Castle and follow signs to Sakuranobaba Johsaien. By Bus: Board bus to Kotsu Center. Get off at Kotsu Center, head towards Castle, follow signs to Sakuranobaba Johsaien.
Much like watching a reconstruction of Kumamoto Castle at the entrance of the Kumamoto Castle stands a splendid statue. It is a bronze statue of Kato kiyomasa was built. Kabuto long, characteristic. It is thought in the helmet is about 1/3 of the picture. As a photo spot was a popular place.
Why not take it easy in the breathtaking nature of Kumamoto, the “Land of Fire”? Nagomi Travel Journal, the sightseeing website of Kumamoto Prefecture, features a wealth of information on Kumamoto, including diverse sightseeing areas, delicious local specialty products, traditional handicrafts, events, campaigns, and local gourmets.
Ueki Onsen is a hot spring town along the Koushi River in the countryside of Kumamoto. With abundance of hot springs with alkalescence water containing radium in the temperature of 45 to 52 degree Celsius, each of the resident spas features unique amenities - from rock tubs to open-air baths to waterfall showers, etc.