Why don’t you make your night unforgettable!? 

<We offer you a 3-hour guided (English) excursion with dinner and night view.>


Night View from Jumonji-baru Lookout (See picture above)

Restaurant Preference:
    A: Izakaya (Japanese Dining Pub): (Reservation needed)
        (Sea food, local specialties, and many other Japanese food)
    B: Choice from a variety of restaurants in a shopping mall.
        (Noodle house, Sushi bar, Italian restaurant, and others)

Transportation Preference:
    A: Taxi (Up to 3 persons)
    B: Local Bus (Up to 8 persons) 

Average Price
   Restaurant A: 3,000 yen/person without drink
                       B: 2,000 yen/person without drink
   Taxi:           5,000 – 6,000 yen/party
   Local Bus:      900 yen/person (all-you-ride one day pass)
   Guide Fee:   2,000 yen/guide (or pay for dinner)  (English only)


Visitors from Kingdom of Bahrain

 15 Beautiful Bahrain Ladies Visited the Kitsuki Castle Town

February 4th, 2015, BFGC had an opportunity to guide fifteen charming ladies from the Kingdom of Bahrain in Kitsuki. They joined a two-week Japanese studying program sponsored by Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University (APU) in Beppu.

Kitsuki Castle

Kitsuki has been getting more popular with foreign tourists for its unique ambience of the old castle town. It preserves a series of the Edo era samurai houses or warrier's residences in mid-19th century. The townscape of Kitsuki is the best fit with people strolling in kimono.
Ohara's residence, one of the typical samurai houses recently restored by the city.

Bahrain girls strolling in kimono dress on a back street of samurai town.

A woman tea master demonstrating the tea ceremony for Bahrain girls.
Bahrain girls get seated together on the veranda of an old samurai house.

Strolling through a gentle slope between the lines of samurai houses. 

Mr. Okamoto, one of the most experienced BFGC guides, holding his pose with a Bahrain girl.