About Kumamoto: Kumamoto Prefecture is located in the center of Japan's western end and Kyushu Island. It is adjacent to Oita Prefecture and Miyazaki Prefecture in the east, Minghai and Yatsushiro Sea in the west, and the East China Sea. It is connected to Kagoshima Prefecture in the south and Fukuoka Prefecture in the north. There are Kyushu mountainous areas in the east and Zhufei mountainous areas in the north. In the northwest, the rivers such as Judichuan and Zhumochuan, which flow from the mountains, form the Kumamoto Plain and the Yatsushiro Plain on the coast of the Ariake, and there are Amakusa Islands in front of the Yutu Peninsula protruding from the native to the southwest. Surrounded by mountains on three sides, 63% of the land is covered by forests and is one of the best agricultural counties in Japan.