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  • National Treasures Usuki Stone Buddhas
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    Oita Pref. Usukishi Fukata Extending the 804-1
    The Usuki Stone Buddhas are statues of various Buddhas sculpted into the rock of towering cliffs. According to the Legend of Mana no Choja, the stone Buddhist images were sculpted by Choja to pray for happiness in the next life on behalf of his daughter who had passed away. Judging from the style of the Buddhist statues, it is surmised that they were created some time from the late Heian period to the Kamakura period. The size, quantity and quality of work of these magaibutsu (Buddha figures carved on a rock face) are the finest such stone engravings in all of Japan, and of the nearly 60 stone Buddhas which include the Furuzono Cluster and Hoki First Cluster, 59 have been designated as National Treasures.
  • Beppu City Public Hall (Central Public Hall / Civic Hall)
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    Oita Pref. Beppushi Kamitanoyumachi 6-37
    A public hall located in Kamitanoyu-machi, Beppu City. After city’s Central Public Hall and Civic Hall were remodeled and their appearance restored to how they looked when first built in 1928, the collective name of the facility was changed to the “Beppu City Public Hall.” The Central Public Hall is located on the first floor, while the Civic Hall is comprised of a large hall occupying the second and third floor. Visitors can enjoy the atmosphere created by fully restored accoutrements such as the hall’s main stairway, which serves as a symbol of the facility.
  • Doshinnikaeru
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    Oita Pref. Saikishi Uchimachi 1-11kiraku building 1F-101
  • kasekihakkutu sakamotokogyosho
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    Oita Pref. Yufushi Shounaichounaonouchiyama 338
  • Tobofukunaga
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    Oita Pref. Kunisakishi Kunimimachikibe 1210-4
  • Beppu Tentekutabearukimachiaruki
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    Oita Pref. Beppushi Ekimaechou 12
  • bungoyamahibikinosato taiken Workshop Kokoromi
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    Oita Pref. Hitashi Oyamamachinishioyama 4587
  • Beppu Hachiyukataribunokai Volunteer guide Bukai
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    Oita Pref. Beppushi Kaminoguchichou 1-15
  • Sokobikiamiryosenmonyugyosenyondaimekimutadashimaru
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    Oita Pref. Kitsukishi Katano 746-8
  • Jinrikishaebisuyayufuin
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    Oita Pref. Yufushi Yufuinchoukawakami 3731-1
  • SUNCloud.photo service
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    Oita Yufu-shi Yufuincho Kawakami 2846-2
  • Yuwainoyado takenoi
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    Oita Pref. Beppushi Kitahama 3-10-26 Beppu Tower Horizontal
  • Sarayama
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    Oita Hita-shi Motoemachi Sarayama
  • Kawanakafudosanmikoto
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    Oita Pref. Bungotakadashi Nagaiwaya
  • Former Sendo Teraato
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    Oita Kunisaki-shi Kunimimachi Sendo
  • Hiji Castle Ruins
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    Oita Hayami-gun Hijimachi 2610-1
  • Usa Fudoki no Oka
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    Oita Usa-shi
  • Kyu Usuki Han aruji inabakashimoyashiki
    11 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Oita Pref. Usukishi Usuki 6-6


  • Iwaoyakuhobihonmarukan
    4 Reviews
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    Oita Pref. Hitashi Mamedamachi 4-15


  • Hisage no Okura
    Travel / Tourism
    Oita Usuki-shi Hamacho

Oita Main Areas


A trip to Oita is tantamount to a long soak in the Beppu baths. The mountainous, coastal prefecture of Oita is renowned for having more onsen than any other prefecture in Japan, most of which lie in the city of Beppu on the west coast of Kyushu, recognizable by its pungent sulphuric aroma and the clouds of steam that puff up across the hillside. Away from the Beppu hot springs await mountains, waterfalls, and temples, so don’t hesitate to explore Oita a little further.

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