This is the season of autumn leaves, why don't you go a little further and enjoy Kyushu's autumn foliage to the fullest! You can also enjoy delicious gourmet food and souvenirs ♡ Please take an adult stroll that you can only enjoy during this season!
How about taking an adult walk in Kyushu during the season of autumn leaves? ?
Here are some of the best autumn foliage spots in Kyushu for all you ladies out there!
Canoeing, boating, and water sports can be enjoyed in the clear stream, making it a popular outdoor spot for parents and children. There is also an exchange facility nearby, where visitors can experience the diet and lifestyle of a mountain village.
There are many delicious gourmet foods in Yamato Town, Kumamoto Prefecture. Yamato croquettes, a B gourmet dish made with mountain products from Yamato Town, are gaining popularity.
Yamato Croquette has named the Route 218 national highway that runs through the Yabe, Seiwa, and Suyo areas as Yamato Croquette Kaido, and 14 stores offer a variety of croquette menus with their own unique personalities.
Yamato Town in Kumamoto Prefecture is Soyokyo, one of the most popular autumn foliage spots in Kumamoto Prefecture.
Suyangkyo Gorge is called the Grand Canyon of Kyushu, and its 200-meter sheer cliffs become a riot of color in the fall.
The best time to view the autumn leaves is from late October to mid-November, and the Suyangkyo Maple Festival is held in November. The view from the Nagasaki Hana Observatory is spectacular and has been selected as one of the 100 best places for viewing autumn leaves in Japan.
The town is dotted with beautiful waterfalls, and Gorogataki and Unoko Falls are designated as a prefectural landmark and natural monument.
5 Orogataki Falls is the largest waterfall in Yamato Town and can be viewed from an observation deck, a suspension bridge, and a waterfall basin. Unoko Falls has a series of upper and lower falls and is also called the "phantom waterfall.
Rice Sweets made with rice flour have also been developed, and out of a desire to feed children safe and secure foods, additive-free, organically grown vegetable-based sweets were created and sold at roadside stations.
Because children with allergies can also eat them, they are popular as souvenirs.
The roadside station in Yamato Town sells many cute souvenirs, such as Yokan (Japanese sweet) and Japanese sweets made from local specialties such as tea and chestnuts, and the popular character Kumamon with its illustration.
Please enjoy walking in the autumn leaves with plenty of charm!