Saturday, 22nd July 2017
The Telegraph - Chris Leadbeater
With the annual announcement of the latest additions to the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites this month, the spotlight has turned on south-west Japan.
Whilst the newly inscribed island of Okinoshima is off-limits to the public owing to it being considered holy in the Shinto religion, it is possible to explore other heritage sites in the Fukuoka Prefecture on Kyushu Island. If you are interested in exploring this wild and wonderful region, our 14 night Kyushu Adventure takes in the city of Fukuoka, along with offering opportunities to explore an abandoned island and a volcanic caldera lake.
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