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Ninocho Hommaru, Nakatsu 871-0050 Oita Prefecture
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Private Yabakei Cycling Tour from Beppu
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Private Yabakei Cycling Tour from Beppu

Yabakei is a popular fall foliage spot but can be very crowded during the high season. Also, for those who want to try the cycling tour, it can be tricky if you come with your own cars.<br>So, why don't you skip the hustle and join our private guided-tour? With private transfer and experienced local guide, we'll make your trip a relaxing and enjoyable experience.
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Neal Fairweather wrote a review Jan 2020
Swansea, United Kingdom65 contributions29 helpful votes
Visited Nakatsu Castle on a free day from our Business stay in Nakatsu City. Interesting history and low cost entrance fee. Nice to sample some true Japanese culture during our busy schedule.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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tomizuta1953 wrote a review Oct 2017
Funabashi, Japan1,091 contributions135 helpful votes
I had had an interest in the castle as it was originally founded by Josui Kuroda who was advisor to Hideyoshi Toyotomi that established nation-wide rule in 1590. Kuroda remains in history as one of the most astute advisors of Japan. What remains today are only the stone foundations and ruins. The base stone foundation built by Kuroda is the oldest existing in Kyuushuu. Hosokawa who became the next resident of Nakatsu Castle expanded the castle in the early 17th century. You can see the stone foundation that was added later by Hosokawa. The magnificent keep was built in 1964 but I understand that it may not be a true replica of the original. The keep is now a museum displaying objects from the Okudaira family who were the feudal lords of Nakatsu till the Meiji Restoration. We went up the keep to the top floor to command a good view from the top. If you are interested in the Ooita area please browse the article on my homepage Rediscovering Japan (Ooita).
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Ongsters O wrote a review Jul 2017
76 contributions9 helpful votes
Castle is charming. Very serene around the castle. Nice short visit over my stay at Beppu. The shrine beside it was nice and serene too. Lots of parking at the shrine.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Jason M wrote a review Jun 2017
Honolulu, Hawaii, United States3 contributions2 helpful votes
We was able visit with the manager Ms Uchikawa and explain that we were there looking for history of my wife's family. She was very helpful, looking through the records and she let me put on the helmet (replica) and war coat of the first great Okudaira leader Nobasa. Nakatsu will arrange for a free tour guide whom explained the history which was fascinating. I enjoyed it very much and everyone was so friendly and helpful. Thank you Nakatsu!!
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Lambert wrote a review Sep 2016
Taipei, Taiwan1,772 contributions227 helpful votes
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The castle was around 15 minutes of way away from the Nakatsu Station. And the entrance fee was 400 yen per adult. Beside the castle was the Nakatsu river. Therefore, the top of the castle overlooked great view of the river. The castle was 5-story. From afar, it looked quite magnificent. Around the castle there were somehow several Japanese shrines.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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