City of The Famous Monk: Lord Jisshin
Minami Satsuma City …more.
Samurai Kyushu website is a blog magazine geared towards travelers who
visit Japan who are interested in both Samurai culture and Japanese martial Arts. The Samurai culture has
been steady for over 700 years. The word “Bushido” stems from the ones’ spirit, a must for becoming a
Samurais are indebted to keep and protect these spiritual values. The Samurai’s education revolves around learning various types of Japanese cultural education such as Kendo, Archery, Kaido, Laido, Shuriken, and many more. Samurais also learn proper etiquette by studying manners through calligraphy, flower arrangement, and tea ceremony. Kyushu is the perfect place to experience all of these Japanese cultural experiences in such a close proximity. Step into the world of the Samurai through this magazine that offers a variety of interesting locations and experiences.
Kyushu is the most southwestern island among the four main islands of
Japan. Over 2,000 islands make up Kyushu which include volcanoes, beaches, scenic onsens, and various
other locations that are filled with nature. In the 16th century Kyushu was used as a trading hub for both
Europe and Japan. That is why Kyushu has many christian influence landmarks and world heritage sites for
everyone to enjoy.
Welcome to Kyushu, a place you can relax by the beach or work up a sweat becoming a Samurai!
Minami Satsuma City …more.
Visiting Ozu Town the first time wasn't enough for us to enjoy all of its beauty. …more.
If you travel a little ways East from Kumamoto city, a quaint, charming town called “Ozu” awaits near Mount Aso. At first glance, Ozu may not seem like a main attraction. …more.
Walking through castles has never been this fun before I visited Obi castle. With over 14 generations of rulership, Obi castle definitely left an imprint in Miyazaki …more.
Swords are not to be played with, it is though when you come to Japan and visit Fukuoka Shin-Minato Soba and Katana restaurant. We took a trip to Omuta town, which boast …more.
As mentioned before, when it comes to the Kyushu area, Kendo is life. With deep roots that date way back to Samurai culture, it’s no wonder why Kyushu is so famous for Ke …more.
Hirado city is a castle town that became the base of Japan’s oldest Nanban trading port, located in the northernmost top of Nagasaki. Now a World-Heritage site, you can …more.
Patrolling the streets for bad guys has never been as fun as this. You can experience walking the streets in your very own “Kaachu”, a samurai style armor, equipped …more.
With its beautiful surroundings near the remaining castle ruins, the locals of Akizuki town refer to this area as“Ancient Little Kyoto.” You will get to walk on …more.