DOKODEMO BUS (Jump into Japanese Rare Histories with Michelin Lunch)

Lunch of local production for local consumption published in Michelin guide

Taste at the historical Junjun Sake Brewery “Kanseizo”.

Take a walk in “Takachiho Gorge,” which is also called the legendary land of the descendants of the grandchildren, and enjoy Michelin’s local production for local consumption lunch and sake at Tsujun Sake Brewing, which has been making sake for more than 240 years. A high-tech project group at the time, Higo no Mason, which is one of the largest stone bridges in Japan, is a traditional performing puppet theater called “Bunraku” that can only be seen here in Kyushu.

HEARTS Bus Station Hakata
A bus station in the center of Hakata. Inside the bus station, there are cafes, souvenirs, hot springs, capsule hotels, and more!

Takachiho
A sacred village that represents Japan. Sacred Takachiho where the god dwells, which is set as the stage for the advent of the abbot! Don’t miss the fantastic valley created by nature!

Tsujun Sake
Enjoy the local-produced-local-consumer lunch listed in the Michelin Guide for one cup at “Kunseizo”, which has a history of more than 240 years, and enjoy sake in another wine glass!

Tsujun Bridge
Japan’s largest stone arch canal bridge that boasts one of the most beautiful works in Japan by the high-tech project group “Higo no Mason” at the time!

Seiwa Bunrakukan
The traditional Japanese performing art “Ningyo Joruri”, which was born about 300 years ago, is the collection of the Seiwa Bunraku Museum, which is made by collecting the best of traditional Japanese building techniques. The only place you can see in Kyushu!

* Duration: 9 hours
* Starts: Fukuoka, Japan
* Trip Category: Cultural & Theme Tours >> Cultural Tours




Lunch of local production for local consumption published in Michelin guide

Taste at the historical Junjun Sake Brewery “Kanseizo”.

Take a walk in “Takachiho Gorge,” which is also called the legendary land of the descendants of the grandchildren, and enjoy Michelin’s local production for local consumption lunch and sake at Tsujun Sake Brewing, which has been making sake for more than 240 years. A high-tech project group at the time, Higo no Mason, which is one of the largest stone bridges in Japan, is a traditional performing puppet theater called “Bunraku” that can only be seen here in Kyushu.

HEARTS Bus Station Hakata
A bus station in the center of Hakata. Inside the bus station, there are cafes, souvenirs, hot springs, capsule hotels, and more!

Takachiho
A sacred village that represents Japan. Sacred Takachiho where the god dwells, which is set as the stage for the advent of the abbot! Don’t miss the fantastic valley created by nature!

Tsujun Sake
Enjoy the local-produced-local-consumer lunch listed in the Michelin Guide for one cup at “Kunseizo”, which has a history of more than 240 years, and enjoy sake in another wine glass!

Tsujun Bridge
Japan’s largest stone arch canal bridge that boasts one of the most beautiful works in Japan by the high-tech project group “Higo no Mason” at the time!

Seiwa Bunrakukan
The traditional Japanese performing art “Ningyo Joruri”, which was born about 300 years ago, is the collection of the Seiwa Bunraku Museum, which is made by collecting the best of traditional Japanese building techniques. The only place you can see in Kyushu!

Itinerary
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Stop At: Takachiho Gorge, Mitai, Takachiho-cho, Nishiusuki-gun 882-1101 Miyazaki Prefecture

A sacred village that represents Japan. Sacred Takachiho where the god dwells, which is set as the stage for the advent of the abbot! Don’t miss the fantastic valley created by nature!

Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes

Stop At: Tsujun Brewers Co., Ltd, 54 Hamamachi, Yamato-cho, Kamimashiki-gun 861-3518 Kumamoto Prefecture

Enjoy the local-produced-local-consumer lunch listed in the Michelin Guide for one cup at “Kunseizo”, which has a history of more than 240 years, and enjoy sake in another wine glass!

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Tsujun Bridge, Nagahara, Yamato-cho, Kamimashiki-gun 861-3661 Kumamoto Prefecture

Boasting one of the best beauty in Japan by the high-tech project group “Higo no Mason” at the time
Japan’s largest stone arch waterway bridge!

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Seiwa Bunraku Museum, 152 Ohira, Yamato-cho, Kamimashiki-gun 861-3811 Kumamoto Prefecture

The traditional Japanese performing art “Ningyo Joruri”, which was born about 300 years ago, is the collection of the Seiwa Bunraku Museum, which is made by collecting the best of traditional Japanese building techniques. The only place you can see in Kyushu!

Duration: 1 hour