"Olle" originally means the narrow path between the street and one's doorstep in the Jeju direct in South Korea. This term, "Olle" which started in Jeju Island is now referred to as a generic name for trekking courses here in Kyushu.
In "Kyushu Olle", you walk with a map following ribbons and signs as marks. Enjoy beautiful scenery, nature and the history of Southern Satsuma area at your own walking pace.
Some events such as folk entertainments will also be held on the day.
"Ibusuki & Kaimon Course"
Capacity: 100 people
How to apply:
Tell (1) your name, (2)address, (3)the number of participants of your group, (4)names of participants, (5)your phone number and (6)transportation to the site, by phone, fax or e-mail to the number or address below.
Ibusuki City Hall Tourism Division
Application Deadline: February 3rd (Fri), 2017
Feb. 12, 2017
Entry: 9:00 ~ 15:00
|Place||Start: JR Kaimon Station|
Goal: JR Nishi-oyama Station
Ibusuki City Hall Kaimon Office
*There are shuttle bus services between JR Ibusuki Station and JR Kaimon Station, JR Nishi-oyama Station and JR Ibusuki Station, and Ibusuki City Hall Kaimon Office.
Participation fee: 1,000 yen (preschool children are free of charge.)
Ibusuki City Hall Tourism Division|