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Surrounding tourism

We will show you the tourist spots of Amakusa.

Please come and see nature and culture of Amakusa full of charm.

  • I play with Kami-amakusa

    • Dolphin Watching

      In dolphin cruising (Dolphin Watching), you can meet wild bottlenose dolphins inhabiting Amakusa throughout the year.
      Bottlenose dolphins are very friendly, they swim alongside the cruiser, jump in front of you, and bring out fish and show various performances.

      In dolphin cruising, you can enjoy not only Dolphin Watching but also refreshing cruises on Amakusa Five Bridges, Ariake Sea and Amakusa islands.
    • Beach

      Amakusa has many beaches.
      Would you like to be wrapped in a calm time under the blue sky, the white clouds spreading swiftly above the clear transparent ocean?
      Also, if you enjoy the summer Amakusa, you can experience wakeboarding and banana boating in addition to swimming.
      A beach near Nagisatei
      ♦ ︎ Pearl Sun Beach(Hiai Beach)
      ♦ Shirouga-hama Beach
    • Wakuwaka Aquarium Sea Donut

      Matsushima huge donut type aquarium floating in the sea of Matsushima.
      There is also a window below the water surface of the fuselage, so you can see the underwater.Despite being a regrettable son of aquatic life floating in the sea, freshwater fish exhibits are also substantial.
      You can observe various fish in the facilities divided into zones on the 7 continents of the world.
  • Watch with Kami-amakusa

    • Amakusa Five Bridges

      Amakusa Five Bridges is five bridges connecting the Oyanojima Island the Amakusa Islands to Nagaurajima Island Oyanojima Island ~ Ikeshima Island ~ Maejima Island ~ Amakusa Kamishima, from the triangle at the tip of Uto Hanto Peninsula, Kumamoto Prefecture, Uto Hanto Peninsula, Kumamoto Prefecture, 1966 (Showa 41) September 24 It opened on the day.
      The National Highway (National Route 266, National Route 324) between the No. 1 Bridge and No. 5 Bridge is called "Amakusa Pearl Line" because pearl farming is popular.
      No. 1 Bridge·Tenmon Bridge / No. 2 Bridge·Oyano Bridge / San 3 Bridge·Nakanohashi Bridge / No. 4 Bridge·Maeshima Bridge / Gogo Bridge·Matsushima Bridge

      Evening scenery from Amakusa Five Bridges / Fifth Bridge!
      "Amakusa Matsushima" seen from Amakusa Five Bridges / Fifth Bridge!
    • Japan's Best 100 Sunsets

      Here, Amakusa Matsushima is also known for its beautiful Japan Sunset Best 100 and has been selected as Japan Sunset Best 100"Japan Sunset Best 100".

      "Mt Takabuto" was selected as Japan's Best 100 Sunsets. (Mt Takabuto)
      The spectacular view of the national park · Amakusa Matsushima the spectacular view of the falling sunset spread out in front of you.
      It is the scenic spot designated by the country, the elevation is 117 m.
      It's convenient because you can drive to near the observation deck by car.
    • History of Christians who depress the chest

      Shiro Amakusa Memorial Hall

      A battle of faith that revolves around Shiro Amakusa, a boy of only 16 years, surrounded by legends and mysteries, "The Amakusa Shimabara Rebellion."
      Here, at Shiro Amakusa Memorial Hall, the historical background of "Amakusa Shimabara Rebellion" and the pattern at the time of the influence of Nanban culture are introduced in an easy-to-understand manner, using valuable materials and special techniques such as stereoscopic images. . It will be an experiential theme museum that conveys the true image of Shiro Amakusa and the passion of the people.
  • Amakusa Italy Event Calendar

  • Amakusa Pleasure Boat

    • Nagisa-go, Capacity 29 people

      Ship pleasure boats around Amakusa Matsushima and Amakusa Five Bridges

      The landscape of the large and small islands and the azure ocean weave is beautiful, and the Amakusa Five Bridges approaching the immediate Amakusa Five Bridges is powerful
      Departing from the immediate pier, you can enjoy wonderful sightseeing of the contrast between the bridges and the islands from the sea.