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- CANAL CITY Hakata
1-2, Sumiyoshi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka
This commercial complex is built around an artificial canal and consists of hotels, theater, movie theater, shops, restaurants, specialty stores and showrooms. Besides the fountain show and other events held every day, you will never have a chance of getting bored with shopping, gourmet and vario...
- Fukuoka Tower
2-3-26, Momochi-hama, Sawara-ku, Fukuoka
This tower of 234 meters above sea level is the tallest beach tower in Japan. This symbolic building of Fukuoka's western subcenter, covered by as many as 8000 half-mirrors and boasting a sharp appearance with its triangular structure, is known by the name of Mirror Sail. The panoramic view of Fu...
- Hakata Machiya Folk Museum
6-10, Reisen-machi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka
If you come to Hakata, why not learning about Hakata culture? This museum shows the old daily life and culture of Fukuoka city in Meiji and Taisho period, focusing especially on urban houses of that period. It is located across from the Kushida-shrine. The exhibition hall features the local tradi...
- JR Hakata station
[Hakata Station] 092-431-0202
[Hakata Station General Information Desk] 092-431-3003
[JR West Customer Center] 0570-24-2486 (6:00 – 23:00 available at a local phone rate from home phones)
Hakata-eki Chuogai, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City
Hakata station is a core station of the rail network of Kyushu.
Inside the station building, there is Fukuoka City Tourist Information Center where you can make inquiries about sightseeing, transportation and accommodation of Fukuoka.
Here you can also find specialty food of Kyushu, souvenirs...
- Nishitetsu Fukuoka (Tenjin) Station
Nishitetsu Customer Center: 0570-00-1010 (6AM – 12PM open all year)
* Inaccessible from some types of phones. Try 092-303-3333 in that case.
2-11-2, Tenjin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City
This is the terminal station of Nishitetsu train, located in the center of Tenjin, the biggest commercial area in Kyushu. The station is convenient for sightseeing trip to Dazaifu or Yanagawa and always busy with commuters and shoppers. The station serves about 14 million people in a day. The ter...
- Fukuoka Airport
Domestic Terminal Bldg 092-621-6059 / International Terminal Bldg 092-621-0303
[[Domestic Terminal Building]] 778-1, Shimousui, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka / [[International Terminal Building]] 739, Aoki, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka
No other airport in Japan is so close to the central part of the city as Fukuoka Airport. The subway line is connected to the airport and provides 11 minutes access to the airport from Tenjin and 5 minutes from Hakata station. This main air-gate of Kyushu boasts the ridership of 17 million people...
- Hakata Port International Terminal
14-1, Okihama-machi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City (beside Marinemesse)
The international terminal provides regular liner services for Busan, Korea everyday. On the first floor is a check-in counter, information center to answer inquiries, foreign currency exchange, ATM, and a cafe.
The design on the pillars is inspired by Hakataori textiles, and stylish walls of 2F...
2-18-25, Hakata-ekimae, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City
This is a branch of Josuian, a traditional confection maker of Hakata, located near Hakata station. Here you can find the sweets that are available only in Hakata such as Tsukushi mochi made with soybean flour and brown sugar syrup, and an azuki bean sweet called Monaka Kuroda-Gojunimangoku which...
1-16-13, Mukouno, Minami-ku, Fukuoka City
Hiyoko is baby chick shaped sweets born in 1912 in Iizuka. People have since loved the pretty shape and the mellow flavor of bean jam in the savory bun. This special sweets of Hakata makes a good souvenir and gift.
- Fugetsu Foods
Yukiusagi is soft marshmallow filled with white bean jam. The idea of pretty white rabbit shaped sweets was taken from a heart warming story of Hakata that a rabbit saved a famous priest called Kokushi to return the favor of when he was saved by the priest.
- Kamiya Seika (confectionary shop)
1-12-6, Tojin-machi, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City
This confection company was founded by Oyama Soemon in the Edo period and its products have long been loved by people of Hakata. The company was designated as an exclusive confection provider of the lord Kuroda. Oyama Soemon the 14th succeeded in making a rice cracker into a shape of a large sake...
- Tsurunoko of Ishimura Manseido (traditional confection)
2-1, Suzaki, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City
At the end of the Meiji period, they utilized a large amount of egg white left over after the production of Keiran Somen and produced this confection with a marshmallow producing method. This sweets is very popular for its sophisticated sweetness of yellow bean jam covered with soft marshmallow. ...
- Bangiya Kashiho
19-10, Tsunaba-machi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka CIty
The product image of the confection, Hakata Kenjo is based on Hakata-ori (folk textile). The production method of mixing original sugar and special syrup is very particular and the locals love the flavor of this symbolic confection of Hakata. It is sold at the following branches; Amiba-cho honten...
2-11, Kamiya-machi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City
Hakata Kuroda Okoshi (puffed rice cake) of Kabutoya has long been loved by people for about a hundred years since its introduction to the market. Its original taste has been preserved with carefully chosen ingredients. Kabutoya keeps providing people with traditional and genuine taste of the rice...
- Chidori Manju
Hakatamitsui bldg. 1F, 10-1, Kamigofuku-machi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City
Chidori Manju is sweet bun cake with a characteristic seared mark of a pretty plover. It has long been loved by a lot of people as one of the best sweets of Fukuoka. Moist castella skin and sophisticated sweetness of white bean jam make a perfect balance of taste. The mild taste of Chidori Manju ...
Meigetsudo has produced confectionaries for about 80 years by blending Japanese and Western style. The names of their products are taken form local dialect, plays and festivals. Hakata Torimon is a very popular cake with smooth jam made of fine butter and cream inside. It is the signature cake of...
6-10-16, Yoshizuka, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City
Niwaka Sembei is popular sweet cracker modeled after funny masks used in folk narrative art called Hakata Niwaka. Its plain sweet taste is produced by a lavish amount of flour, sugar and egg, and it has been loved by many since its introduction in 1906.
2-6-16, Saifu, Dazaifu City
Baien is a confectionary shop located on the approach of Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine. Many people on the way back from the shrine buy this confection. It is made with top quality ingredients and Baien’s special method. Other popular confections, such as Homanzan, Umemori and Usonomochi, were produced...
Nikakudo was founded in 1952. Their most popular sweets, Hakata-no-hito, is Baumkuchen with red bean jelly inside, a blend of Japanese style sweets with western. This confection, packed in a wrapping paper with a pretty picture of a Hakata doll and traditional textile pattern, makes for a good so...
2-7-22, Tenjin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City (in Shintencho arcade)
Hakata Burabura is famous for its TV commercial with humorous song and dance. People enjoy the perfect marriage of smooth mochi texture and lavish coating of black bean jam. The taste of this sweet cake is just unforgettable, as is the TV commercial. This good old-fashioned confection is one of t...