Kyushu is an island of Japan and a place of great interest due to its great story which contains many elements of Japan’s origins, and its thermal waters have great fame and Nagasaki, who knew the terrible effects of an atomic explosion in 1945 and today are remembered in an impactful museum.
The Big Island of Kyushu is one of the largest in size, in Japan and its origins come from commercial activities in many zones of the island can see elements that have left mark on local traditions and later have been essential in the cultural development of Japan. Thus, Kyushu has been one of the centers of most important cultural influence of Japanese society, which is important considering that we are talking about one of the most hermetic cultures. These facts have been documented in the Island’s Cities History Museums, cities like Nagasaki, Kumamoto, Oita and Kagoshima.
One of the main tourist centers of the island, we have the hot springs of Oita. This Kyushu prefecture has impressive thermal pools in a really amazing environments that are a must visit. It should be noted the hot springs of the “hell” that are found in the city of Beppu.
Another of the main tourist elements is A-bomb Museum in Nagasaki. In 1945 The USA launched the atomic bomb on Nagasaki, leaving about 60,000 dead and the city in ruins. Currently Nagasaki has a complete museum about this fact although is not a pleasant one, is part of its history and has a great interest.
To move between the main cities of the island, the most efficient method and the most recomended by eBooking.com is the Tsubame Shinkansen train, is more economical than the airplane and it is very fast and comfortable.