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Side trips from Beppu

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Side trips from Beppu

I'm staying at a resort in Beppu for 6 days and there doesn't seem to be much to see inside Beppu itself for that many days. Anyone have recommendations of day trips we can take? I think we can go back and forth to Fukuoka and might do that for 2 days. Any others?

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1. Re: Side trips from Beppu

Beppu is foremost an onsen town for relaxation. Nothing much is required other than hot mineral bath there. Usa Shrine is considered one of the most important shines in Japan; probably worth a visit for a peaceful walk in the sanctuary forest.

Yufuin is another onsen town- considered a bit more "trendy" in the highland and woods.

Tourist spot search in Oita Prefecture: http://www.visit-oita.jp/spots/index_english

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Previously, I also sing the gospel, there is that was in Beppu about five days.

At that time, I spent a lot in Beppu.

Go to jigoku meguri(hell tour), I eat the jigogu-mushi(hell steamed) pudding dish(at Okamoto-ya baiten),

I entered the Takegawara onsen(hot spring), in TAKEYA the previous, you can eat dessert that yaseuma,

Also, I have and go to the aquarium named umitamago(sea egg).

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I did not go, but there is also a place where there are a lot of monkeys that Takasakiyama Zoo On the other side of the umitamago(sea egg).

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Famous tori-ten( tenpura of chicken) was also delicious.

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I think such as African Safari and Yufuin also good.

To the African Safari, you can go in about 50 minutes by bus from Beppu.

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Personally, there are also interested Ajimu.

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Buddha of Usuki is famous.

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The Kokura of Fukuoka, about two hours by train take Beppu.

The Hakata in Fukuoka, it takes about two and a half hours by high-speed bus.

Tanga(Dan over) ichiba(market) and Moji harbor retro, such as a space world is famous Kokura.

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In addition, it is also possible across the Kanmon kaikyo(Strait), and will walk in Shimonoseki.

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Hakata, in the metropolis of most, there are a lot of places to shop in Kyushu.

Festival of Hakata Yamagasa and nakasu(stalls) yatai (sandbar) and Hakata ramen is famous.

The Kushida jinjya (Shrine), decoration of Hakata Yamagasa might is put.

When I went once, it was decorated.

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Dazaifu Tenmangu away a little, is known as the god of learning.

http://www.dazaifutenmangu.or.jp/en

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5. Re: Side trips from Beppu

Thanks for all the advice! Do you think it is also possible to make day trips to Kitsuki or Yufuin?

Also, how many days would you recommend spending in Fukuoka? We're happy to go there on multiple day trips too if there's enough to see

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6. Re: Side trips from Beppu

I think if, if you do not you want to go to Fukuoka by all means, and do not have to go.

Never went to the Yufuin and Kitsuki I.

But, I think I would like to night is Yufuin.

Both are possible to day trip from Beppu

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7. Re: Side trips from Beppu

Thanks for your responses!

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