Ohori Park is a famous spot for both the local people and tourists. Noh Theater is located directly in the park where you can enjoy a walk along the beautiful lake.

To the website of Ohori Noh Theater

Check programs to see Noh Theater in Ohori Park​


Yakuin is also located in the heart of Fukuoka. It is a compact Noh Theater where you can enjoy traditional Japanese Noh performances up close. Yakuin is a highly accessible location in the center of Fukuoka with excellent transportation connections. The Noh Theater in Yakuin is part of the same building, and it includes a space for dining with a chef and a bar offering a selection of the finest Japanese whiskies.

Check programs to see "Taka no Kai" Noh theater in Yakuin 


We will take you to the pinnacle of Japan’s proud
“yellow beauty” that has remained unchanged for over 650 years.


In Northern Kyushu, overlooking the beautiful Chikugo River, this region is situated just 200 kilometers away from the Korean Peninsula, making it one of the areas in Japan closest to "foreign cultures". This land has played a crucial role at pivotal moments in Japanese history, from the Jomon period 13,000 years ago to the Meiji Restoration in the 1900s, serving as a gateway for foreign cultures. At times, it has functioned as a hub for trade, while at others, it has served as a defense stronghold against outsiders. Kyushu, with its cultural, economic, and geographic significance, has played a unique role in shaping Japan's distinct culture. Compared to Tokyo and Kyoto, Kyushu is smaller in scale, and it sometimes goes unnoticed by tourists. However, Fukuoka offers some of the finest culinary culture and natural beauty in Japan. We are excited to share a few of them with you, including the enchanting Noh and vibrant Fukuoka.

The cuisine in Kyushu is nothing short of exceptional in Japan. This is largely due to the fact that Kyushu is surrounded by the sea, providing an abundance of marine resources. 

Additionally, the region has a long-standing tradition of both agriculture and fishing, with local farmers and fishermen supplying fresh ingredients. The people of Kyushu take immense pride in their local food culture, contributing to its high quality.

As night falls, food stalls pop up in many places across Kyushu. For foreigners, I highly recommend indulging in fresh seafood and yakitori at these local stalls, where you can savor the true essence of the region's culinary delights.

Kyushu, the southwestern island of Japan, is renowned for its breathtaking natural beauty. The region is characterized by lush green mountains, pristine coastlines, and an abundance of hot springs. With its diverse landscapes, from active volcanoes to tranquil beaches, Kyushu offers a unique blend of natural wonders that captivate the senses and provide endless opportunities for outdoor exploration and relaxation.

Whether you're admiring the cherry blossoms in spring, hiking through vibrant forests, or relaxing in an onsen while gazing at the scenic vistas, Kyushu's natural beauty is a true gem waiting to be discovered.

Fukuoka is one of the most modern cities in the Kyushu region, equipped with contemporary urban infrastructure and facilities. Fukuoka City offers vibrant shopping districts, restaurants, entertainment venues, and a modern transportation system. This area offers convenient transportation options, such as an international airport and a high-speed railway.

Moreover, Fukuoka plays a significant economic role, hosting the headquarters and branches of numerous companies. This contributes to a modern business environment in the city. Fukuoka seamlessly combines traditional culture with contemporary elements, making it an appealing destination for many foreign tourists.