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Kyushu is one of the four main islands of Japan (the other three are Hokkaido, Honshu, and Shikoku) and consists of seven prefectures, namely, Fukuoka, Saga, Nagasaki, Oita, Kumamoto, Kagoshima, and Miyazaki. The island is located in the most southwestern part of Japan and is blessed with warmer climate compared to other areas of Japan. Spring comes particularly early in Kagoshima and Miyazaki, located in southern Kyushu, making them popular destinations for training camps of many professional baseball and football teams. Kyushu has a wide range of attractions for tourists. It not only has large cities where visitors can enjoy shopping and museum visits but also active volcanoes and hot springs with the highest volume of hot spring water output in Japan. Kyushu is an island of a considerable size: Port Moji in Fukuoka, the land gateway to Kyushu, is 460 km away from Cape Sata in Kagoshima at the southern tip of Kyushu. Plan to spend two to three nights or more to tour around Kyushu.