Kyushu island is far away from Tokyo, the capital of Japan, so it takes a while when you order something on the Internet because the transportation companies usually use tracks for delivery. If you live in Hoshu, you can get the product you order on the Internet on the next day, however, I get it in more than two days.
Kyushu connects Honshu with Kanmon bridge(関門橋).
Some people say you need your passport when you cross over Kanmon bridge. Of course it's just kidding.
I used to live in Urayasu city, near Tokyo and it is famous for Tokyo Disneyland, though it was about 15 years ago and there was no Amazon.co.jp at that time.
I sometimes wish I still live in Urayasu.
There aren't bad things when you live in Kyushu island. Agriculture and animal industries are flourishing in Kyushu, so vegetables and meats are cheaper than the other areas. I think most vegetables are more delicious because it doesn't take much time for transportation.
My daughter likes tomatoes, especially small tomatoes. Smaller tomatoes are sweeter than bigger ones. I often buy them.
She came up with an interesting idea the other day. She put two tomatoes on her rice as eyes and a half slice of potato as a mouth. You can see it in the picture on the left. Next day, she put a string of spinach as a mouth. She always entertains me!