Guided by a bus guide! Regular sightseeing busOita Kotsu Regular Sightseeing Bus “Kunisaki Peninsula Historic Site Tour

Kunitachi City in Oita Prefecture is called the "village of Buddha" because of its many temples, shrines, stone statues, stone pagodas, and Buddhist sites.
Why don't you take the regular sightseeing bus that takes you to Kunisaki's sightseeing spots in one day and enjoy the "Village of Buddha" in each of the four seasons?

Adult 3100yen〜5700yen
child 1680yen〜2980yen
Fares vary depending on where you get on and off.
Tour timeAbout 9 hours
Target Age5 years old and over
DurationFebruary 2024 - September 2024
*Saturday, Sunday and holiday settings
Area

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List of Charges

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Usa Jingu

It was founded by Emperor Shomu in 725. It is the head shrine of the 40,000 Hachimangu shrines in Japan, and has been revered by the Imperial Court since the Nara period (710-794). The shrine pavilions, called "Hachiman-zukuri," are designated as a national treasure, and are in the style of an old main shrine pavilion.

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Fukiji Temple

The oldest wooden building in existence in Kyushu, the main hall is a national treasure. It is said to have been founded by Ninmon. The present building is said to have been built in the late Heian period (794-1185) with a single close-cut tree. It has architecture, murals, and sculptures, and there are many valuable stone artifacts in the precincts, including the Kokuto-to pagoda and Kasatoba (a pagoda with a hatched roof).

Makiodo

Bashirozan Denjyo-ji Temple was the largest of the 65 temples of Rokugo-Mansan. The nine existing Buddhist statues, all designated as National Important Cultural Properties, are filled with the souls of their creators. Judging from the style of the statues, they are said to have been made in the Heian period (794-1185).

Kumano Magaibutsu

Located 250 meters up the mountain from Tainzo-ji Temple is a giant Fudo Myoo (8 meters) and Dainichi Nyorai (6.8 meters), representative of Bungo Magaibutsu (Buddhist images carved from the cliffs of the mountains). Both statues are thickly carved and are designated as National Important Cultural Properties and Historic Sites.

Zaizen Cemetery

Over 100 Kunisaki towers are scattered all over the graveyard, and there is also a treasure tower that is said to be the tomb of Mino Mamoru Zaizen.

Futagoji Temple

Ryoko (721 m above sea level), the highest peak on the Kunisaki Peninsula, and is an old temple of Rokko-Mansan Nakayama Temple, which is said to have been founded by Ninmon. The temple is a beautifully preserved example of the temple's original form, with the largest Niou statue on the Kunisaki Peninsula, the General Gate, Main Hall, Gomado, and Okuno-in (inner sanctuary).

Plan Details

Road Map

8:50

Oita Station, Bus Stop No. 2

9:15

Beppu Station East Exit, Bus Stop No. 4

9:20

Beppu Kitahama Bus stop No. 4

9:25

Beppu Transportation Center, Bus Stop No. 3

9:40

Hinode Bus stop No. 3

10:15

Usa Station Bus stop

Usa Jingu

Fukiji Temple

lunchA separate fee is required.

Makiodo

Kumano Magaibutsu

Zaizen Cemetery

Futagoji Temple

16:00

Oita AirportDisbanded after getting off

16:55

Beppu Transportation CenterDisbanded after getting off

17:00

Beppu KitahamaDisbanded after getting off

17:05

Beppu StationDisbanded after getting off

17:30

Oita StationDisbanded after getting off

・ Time is an approximation. It is subject to change depending on road conditions.
・ Please note that we are not responsible for any schedule changes due to traffic jams or delays in getting on trains.
・ Lunch price is not included. Please pay locally on the day.

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Plan Information

Effective Date Saturdays, Sundays and holidays
What is included in the travel / plan price ・ Bus ride fee
・ Admission fee
A bus guide will accompany you.
Minimum number of participants 1 person
Maximum reception staff 40 people
Time required About 9 hours
Reservation deadline 4 days prior to 10:00 a.m.
The meeting place

Important point

  • It will be on sale 90 days before the date of use.
  • When boarding the bus, please present your acceptance e-mail and passport to the bus crew.
  • Buses run on time. Please be careful not to miss your flight.
  • Lunch price is not included. Please pay locally on the day.
    You can eat at a restaurant called "Kaya-no-ki" near Fukiji Temple.
    The guide will provide information on board the bus.
  • Please note that we are not responsible for any schedule changes due to traffic jams or delays in trains.
  • No one under the age of 18 may participate in the event alone. Please have a person with parental authority accompany you.
  • Local correspondence will be in Japanese.

Other

  • After completing your online application, we will send you a "Notice of Acceptance" e-mail. Please be sure to check the contents of the e-mail.

Cancellation Fee

If you cancel the contract at your convenience after the contract is concluded, you will be charged a cancellation fee for the travel fee at the following rate per customer. In addition, if some customers cancel the contract due to the participation of multiple people, the difference price for the change in the number of users (per vehicle / room) from the participating customers to the transportation / accommodation facility, etc. Will be charged respectively.
In case of cancellation or change, please contact us during business hours. (If the business hours have passed, it will be treated the next day.)

cancellation charge
none

There is no cancellation fee for this plan.

Planning and Implementation Company

Oita Kotsu Co.
1-3-15 Shinkawa-Nishi, Oita City
TEL 097-534-7455

Trustee Sales Company

Mie Kotsu Co., Ltd. Sightseeing Sales Systems Landing Tour TEL 050-3775-4727 2nd floor, Kusumoto 15th Building, 1-7-2 Nishiki, Naka-ku, Nagoya 460-0003 Travel agency registration: Japan Tourism Agency registered travel agency No. 1934 General travel business handling manager: Tatsuya Ogawa



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