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Tamana Vacation Packages
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It is located some 560 miles from Tokyo, the country's capital city.
Beaches within easy reach include Tanoura Beach, 60 miles to the northeast, and Momochi Beach, 50 miles to the north.
Many people visit this region to explore its exquisite natural landscapes. Experience the magic for yourself at Mount Aso and Aso National Park, 30 miles and 30 miles from Tamana, respectively.
Arrive in a natural haven just moments away at Jagatani Park.
Spend some time at Rengekin Tanjoji Temple for a calming and educational experience.
Sports fanatics should head out to see the Roasso Kumamoto play a home game at KKWing Stadium. It's in Kumamoto, 15 miles southeast of Tamana. Be sure to wear red and white, the team's colors.
As soon as the winter season has started, enjoy a toboggan ride with the children and touch up your skiing skills at some of the nearby resorts. Tenzan Ski Resort and Gokase Highland Ski & Snowboard are good places to visit.
If you head 0.7 miles from Tamana, you will discover Takase. Some time here allows you the chance to visit Tabaruzaka Museum and Tabaruzaka Park. Alternatively, you could check out Kakibaru Trout Hatchery and Toge no Chaya Park in Gyokuto-machi. This destination is 4 miles away from Tamana.
Oama is approximately 6 miles to the southeast from Tamana. This regional hub features a whole lot of tourist attractions, including Honmyo-ji Temple, Shimada Museum of Arts and Ishigamiyama Park. Takahashi Inari Shrine and Reigando Temple are also certainly worth checking out.
Don't miss the opportunity to satisfy your taste buds with a tour of this region's favorite food and drinks.
Ensure that you ask where to find the more popular regional ingredients, like beef and noodles.
Follow the locals' lead and order tempura (deep fried seafood or vegetables) and hakata ramen (noodles in pork bone soup).
And when you are ready for dessert, you have to sample a bit of mouthwatering anpan (sweet roll).
Pull up a stool at the nearest bar and take a load off with a few quiet brews. If you ask for the region's best, they'll probably serve you a Asahi Premium Beer Jukusen.
Genmaicha (green tea with brown rice) is a popular non-alcoholic beverage that one can order no matter what time it is.
If you get the chance, be sure to order a round of junmaishu, a popular spirit.
Impress the locals by pulling out a few practical phrases in Japanese during your visit. O-namae wa nan desu ka is Japanese for what's your name. There's also Dōmo arigatō, which translates to thank you.
Pull out all the stops and party for Birthday of Emperor Akihito, a national celebration that takes place on the 23rd of December.
When it finally comes time to head home, say one last "Sayōnara" to the new friends you've made and start making plans to visit again!
The most convenient airport, Kumamoto Airport, is 18 miles to the east.
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