Tag: minamiaso

Hello! We continue our installment were we ask locals of Aso to introduce the hidden gems of their hometowns. This time we have found our way to the vast rural oasis of the south, Minami Aso Mura! Minami Aso is often associated with rural landscapes, plentiful sources of spring water such as Shirakawa Fountainhead, or […]

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If you are knowledgable about Japan, you have certainly come across the soba noodles. Soba is consumed in every part of Japan. A testament to how important soba is to the Japanese people is the fact that they eat “Toshikoshi soba”, literally meaning New Year’s Eve soba, every year. The soba noodles are easily cut […]

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New to Aso and overwhelmed by the seemingly endless options? Fear no more! This time we introduce our most recommended spots in Minami Aso, the southern parts of Aso, a place of mystery and natural energy! The mystical atmosphere, crystal clear spring water, and superb seasonal flowering is only the beginning! South Aso is filled […]

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Let’s take a trip around the rangelands of Aso to explore their blessing! Wherever you turn, you find yourself faced with vast grasslands that stretch out in all direction. And awaiting you there are beautiful cows that maintain the landscapes as they are grazing lazily. The wonderful green meadows of Aso have been maintained, cared […]

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Welcome to Aso! Aso is located right in the middle of Kyushu, the southwesternmost of Japan’s main islands. Famous for its world-scale caldera and ever fuming volcano, two prominent landmarks that symbolize the awesome and flourishing nature of the Aso area. More specifically, Aso consists of 1 city, 3 towns, and 3 villages where each […]

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