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Kyushu OLLE (Okubungo Course)

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OLLE originated on Jeju Island, Korea, and originally means a narrow alley that leads from the street to the house in the dialect of Jeju island. On Jeju Island, "olle" is used as a general term to refer to all trekking courses.
The Okubungo Course is a course leading from Bungo-ono City to Taketa City, spanning a distance of about 12km. Starting at JR Asaji Station, this course winds its way around history, passing through nostalgic, old-fashioned settlements as well as castle ruins from the early modern period.

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More Information about Kyushu OLLE (Okubungo Course)

Street address

Tsuboizumi, Asaji-machi, Bungo Ono City, Oita (Asaji Station)
Start of trail

Access

  • 0 minute on foot from JR Asaji Station (start of trail)

Opening Hours

Closed

Website

https://www.welcomekyushu.com/kyushuolle/?mode=detail&id=6

Best season

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