Amakusa, located west of Kumamoto, is the series of beautiful islands. There you can enjoy magnificent nature, marine activities, and Dolphine-watching! Amakusa also has ‘Hidden Christian sites’ in Sakitsu village, a World Heritage site. The Seafood like Sushi, Sashimi is so fresh and literally a treat to visitors.
- Amakusa-go Bus runs Kumamoto ⇔ Amakusa
- There are non-reserve hourly bus which run everyday from Kumamoto to Amakusa.
- Kumamoto to Amakusa : around 2.5 hours;
Blog : Best way to travel & things to do
This is my first visit to Amakusa from Kumamoto. It is located in the southernmost part of the main island of Japan. The main attractions are Catholic Churches, Dolphin Watching and more…
Route and Stops
Kumamoto → Amakusa
|Sakuramachi Bus Terminal|
|Kumamoto Nogyo Koko-Mae|
|Uto Eki Higashiguchi|