Secret Q-Shu


Secret Q-Shu’s is to enhance the interchange of small communities and foreigners by introducing spots on the island which are hidden from the main stream tourism.  All tours are guided by an English speaker through foreigners can connect to local people, nature, and a disappearing but still existing traditional lifestyle. Please join us if you would like to explore Fukuoka and Kyushu in a way which you can not find in tourist guides.

Green Tea Homestay
 Green Tea Tourism began thanks to local tea farmers in 2014 with the goal of welcoming visitors from across Japan and abroad to learn about the flavors, health benefits, and qualities of Japanese green tea. In this way, the farmers could share their products with a greater audience around the world. We want to invite visitors into our picturesque tea fields and share with them the best ways to prepare and enjoy green tea, the relationship between the tea farmers and the tea they grow, the history of tea in Higashi Sonogi, and how our tea is produced. Learn more
Ainoshima Tour
A convenient half-day’s trip from Fukuoka City, the island is one of the more accessible cat islands out there—yes, there are several—reached via a quick 20-minute ferry ride from Shingu Port. From April 1 to September 30, the island’s tourist season, the ferry runs six times a day. The ferry itself is fairly large and new, with ample deck space to enjoy the jaunt over to Ainoshima. The land area of the island is 1.25 square kilometers. One walk around the whole island would be equivalent to 6 kilometers. The current population is around 500 people and more than 100 cats.
Because of the large number of cats, it was called “cat island.” Learn more
Oshima Tour
Oshima, also called Chikuzen Oshima, is a small island that is mostly covered in mountain forests and other wilderness. You can enjoy sea fishing at a fish preserve at Umingu Oshima, a facility for marine-related experiences. There is also Yume no Sayoshima, which is a small island that has a beautiful contrast of torii gates planted in the sea with a backdrop of pine trees. Oshima has plenty to see! From temples like the Nagatsu-ku in which the daughter of Amaterasu is enshrined to beautiful landscapes that you can look over from the windmill observatory, which is one of the highest points of the entire island. Learn more

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