The highways of Western Japan connect you to wonderful views and delicious cuisine.
Set out in search of a never-before-experienced Western Japan!

Introducing a driving tour of popular dining and sightseeing spots
starting from Airport and covering Kyusyu Region.

This is a huge service area where you can thoroughly enjoy shopping, food, and even relaxation!

This service area has local food souvenirs from all around Kyushu. With the excellent take-out service, one can have delicious food whenever one feels a little hungry.

Learn about the secrets and history of the world heritage site, “The Sacred Island of Okinoshima in the Munakata region” at the Munakata Taisha Grand Shrine.

Okinoshima is an island that is considered to be a divine body and where entering the island is prohibited. This island is shrouded in a veil of the unknown and is a sacred place filled with mystery. The key to knowing its history is through the Munakata Taisha Grand Shrine which is central to “The Sacred Island of Okinoshima and Associated Sites in the Munakata Region.”

This service area, which was just renewed a year ago, has delicious items from around Hakata.

Originally from Hakata, the ramen of the Ichiran restaurant, “the specialty restaurant of natural tonkotsu (pork bone) ramen,” is very popular! This is the only place in Japan that you can eat it in a food court. There are also treats like rice balls, fried chicken, and soft served ice cream which are perfect for having on the road.

The tourist spot you cannot miss is the god of study. It is a place that about 10 million people visit every year.

Inside Dazaifu Tenmangu Shine and along the road leading up to it, there are a wide variety of shops ranging from long-established souvenir shops to cafés that are perfect for posting on social media. Because of this, not only can you pray to the god, but you can also enjoy eating and shopping.

Greet Hakata’s guardian deity at the center of Hakata! Enjoy many different kinds of experiences!

You can enjoy by going to the “water of eternal youth and longevity,” testing your strength at the “trial stone,” checking your lucky direction, and drawing a fortune slip (which is translated into 5 different languages.) Since it is near the downtown area and is part of the shopping district, it is suggested that one should try enjoying the delicious food that Hakata is full of after visiting the shrine.