Things to Do in Saiki

Things to Do in Saiki, Japan - Saiki Attractions

Things to Do in Saiki

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  • Mpadams
    47 contributions
    12-20 minute hike up to top of Saiki City. Great city view at peak. You can see a bit of castle remains. Base has many cherry blossom trees and you can combine easily with walk along historical art and literature road (old style residences, a tea house etc.) Nice mini nature event. Don't miss it! You can walk there from Saiki Station, maybe 20 minutes, lots of free parking.
    Written April 15, 2017
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  • Hi-Wind
    5 contributions
    It was really breathtaking view here.
    The most recommendable place to visit in Saiki.
    Need car for the access.
    Written June 28, 2021
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  • Hi-Wind
    5 contributions
    My favorite river near yayoi michi-no-eki. (500 meter)
    Name of the picture is called Kappa Bashi ( water dwelling creature bridge)
    I guess there was or is Kappa in this river.
    River water is really clean, you can enjoy swimming and relaxing.
    Written July 6, 2021
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  • Kazumi1988
    Saiki, Japan12 contributions
    I visited Onyujima island several times with my friends, family and colleagues for trekking. There is a well organized trekking course all around on the island which is called "Kyushu olle" You can enjoy views from the top of mountains and chat with local islanders. the best part of this trekking course is signs are easy to see and leading you to little narrow streets between Japanese classic houses. I highly recommend to have lunch at only one local restaurant on the island in the middle of trekking course. Saiki sushi for dinner after 4hours trekking was also great!!
    Written October 14, 2018
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  • Keizo
    Kawasaki, Japan1,535 contributions
    I took a train at Nobeoka at 6:10 a.m.and changed trains in Saiki and finally arrived at Azamui station at 8:00 a.m. I walked to the shrine first to see a charming waterfall and then to Futamigaura(Futami Bay) to see a wife and a husband rocks and back to the station. Then walked 30 minutes to reach salt water hot bath carrying a big bag as there was no coin locker at the station(even no staffs there). My original plan was to take a bath and have seafood lunch which should be nice and cost effective but due to the frequency of trains stopping at Azamui, I took a bath only and gave up lunch and spent several minutes at the park near the saation seeing the sea. I was in Aazmui for 4 hours for the things which could have been done in 2 hours if in Tokyo. Good challenging memory. P.S. There are two types bath i.e. public (Yen500)and your own bath for one hour(Yen1500 on weekdays and Yen1800 on Sundays)
    Written November 8, 2018
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  • Hi-Wind
    5 contributions
    There is soba noodle restaurant near water turbine (water mill). Soba is served by old ladies with good taste. Eating soba seeing the river with fast current is fun.
    Written July 4, 2021
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  • Mpadams
    47 contributions
    You can buy souvenirs, sweets and fish products here. There is fresh sushi, and delicious fishcakes available. The staff is welcoming, parking and access is easy. There are also many vending machines, tables to rest. Often a vendor will be selling some local products. Bathrooms are available. I have gone many times, my favorite is a 130 yen kabosulime drink, very refreshing.
    Written August 22, 2016
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  • MumsEd
    Singapore, Singapore109 contributions
    Very cute although I wouldn’t go out of my way for it. I suspect it was created by the Ryuo restaurant people to attract more diners, but it works.
    Written May 26, 2018
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  • MumsEd
    Singapore, Singapore109 contributions
    My husband liked this place very much and wouldn't mind returning, the kids are easy and don't mind anything, but I would rather stay in the city or somewhere else. I didn't quite like the cabins as I thought they were very old, as was the entire campground, but then again I am not much of a camping person. The on-site restaurant is decent and there is a lovely little bakery a short drive away. It was rainy all the time so we didn't get to try "frogging" swimming in the creeks (no idea what the English translation is). There is also a pretty nice beef BBQ place a short drive away. We did fly a drone here and the views were stunning.
    Written February 13, 2019
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  • N.Tour
    Nobeoka, Japan98 contributions
    we can see several stones written message and funny illustrations. and feel warm hearts of fans for this station. possible to visit here with local line from Nobeoka, depart 6:10, stay 15 minutes, and back 7:26. This is good for your short trip before hotel checking out.
    Written December 21, 2018
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