Kamiamakusa is located at the approach to the Amakusa Islands in the southwest of Kumamoto Prefecture. It is terrain bursting with the charms of both the sea and mountains. The various ways to enjoy Kamiamakusa - seafood, sea leisure, views from the summits of the mountains, cruising and trekking - will greatly exceed (NANAME-UE) your expectations!
The phrase "the regional pedigree chicken breed* of such and such a place" is overused, isn't it? Doesn't it make you unsure about which regional pedigree chicken breed is really tasty?
Resorts areas popular with Japanese people include Hawaii, the Maldives and now Maejima. Come to Kamiamakusa for the most seasonal resort experience.
If you take a cruise for about 40 minutes from Kamiamakusa, you can see wild dolphins swimming up-close. You will be just a few meters from dolphins swimming around the boat and playing together in a group. The dolphin encounter rate will greatly exceed (NANAME-UE) your expectations at 98%!
Shiro-kun, the costumed mascot character of Kamiamakusa, has traveled forward in time from 350 years ago. His real name is Kamiamakusa Shiro.
Kamiamakusa supports the kitchens of the citizens in Kumamoto Prefecture with fish. This means you can savor fresh seafood here. Auctions in Kamiamakusa are held with the fish kept alive in fish preserves.
Roadside stations typically offer direct sales of vegetables, tourist information centers and restaurants. However, you can also buy fresh seafood at Kamiamakusa.
You can only see beautiful stars in the desert or Hawaii. Kamiamakusa will greatly exceed (NANAME-UE) your expectations if you are under that mistaken impression.
Amakusa Shiro is a tragic charismatic hero. He led Christians at the young age of 15 years old in a battle at Amakusa and Shimabara against the Edo Shogunate that had banned Christianity.