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Oita intro. Oita is a prefecture of the island of Kyusho in Japan, with a good range of tourist amenities and services. The area is a favourite destination for Japanese and overseas visitors, coming to see its famous hot water springs, especially the famous ones at Beppu. The hotels in Oita range from very smart modern establishments to traditional inns aimed at visitors looking for a health experience. Oita City is the capital of this prefecture. Visitors will find the most comprehensive selection of facilities, shops and restaurants here. The rural, but very trendy town of Yufiun sits at the base of volcanic Mount Yufu. It’s another of the region’s major hot springs destinations. For even more mountain activity you can head into the Kuju mountains, a chain of dramatic volcanic peaks laced with walking trails. During the summer months, music festivals and cultural events attract even more visitors to the area. Author:
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