Cave Spots in Fukuoka Area

  • Senbutsu Limestone Cave
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    Travel / Tourism
    Fukuoka Pref. Kitakyushushikokuraminamiku Hiraodai 3-2-1
    This is a limestone cave created by rainwater of the Karst plateau, and is designated as a national Natural Monument. Inside the cave the temperature remains a steady 16°C throughout the year and can be enjoyed by any age group. The dozens of stalactites large and small hanging at the entrance is a must-see. The cave also has a shop and a restaurant, while their famous “karst manju,” a yeast bun filled with sweet potato paste, is especially popular.


  • Keya no Oto
    Travel / Tourism
    Fukuoka Pref. Itoshimashi Shimakeya
    A cavern located in Itoshima City, Fukuoka Prefecture. Located on the northwestern tip of Itoshima, the cavern has been designated a National Natural Monument. Japan's largest basalt cavern, the mystical cave reaches heights of 64 meters, is 90 meters deep, and 10 meters wide. Visitors can board a pleasure boat leaving from Keya Fishing Port to view the cavern from the sea (not available in winter).
  • Seiryukutu
    Travel / Tourism
    Fukuoka Pref. Miyakogunkandamachi Yamaguchi Blue Dragon
  • Iwaya Daiichi Limestone cave
    Travel / Tourism
    Fukuoka Tagawa-shi Natsuyoshi Iwaya
  • Oshikado
    Travel / Tourism
    Fukuoka Pref. Kitakyushushikokuraminamiku Hiraodai 2-chome 6-58
  • Mejirodo Cave
    Travel / Tourism
    Fukuoka Kitakyushu-shi Kokuraminami-ku Hiraodai 3-chome 1-1

Fukuoka Areas


The most northerly of Kyushu island's prefectures, Fukuoka comprises castle towns, seaside parks, and Hakata ramen, one of Japan's most famous noodle dishes. Whether due to its good location or its unique charm, the prefecture's capital, Fukuoka city, has been voted one of the most desirable places to live in the country - a close-knit community, a thriving food scene, and accessible nature combine for irresistibly laid-back city vibes.

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