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  • ACROS Fukuoka
  • 092-725-9111
    1-1-1, Tenjin ,Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City

    ACROS Fukuoka is a terraced structure building facing Tenjin Central Park. This urban oasis is a junction of international and cultural information.

    There are various facilities on each of 15 floors (including 2 underground floors) in this building; music concert hall, convention hall, municip...
  • Level Five Stadium
  • 092-612-7070
    2-1-1, Higashi-Hirao Koen, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka

    This is the home stadium of Avispa Fukuoka. The stadium was renamed in spring of 2008 from “Hakata-no-mori Kyugi Jo”. It resides on a vast site of Higashi Hirao Park and has two viewer stands covered by beautifully curved roofs. It is considered as one of the best soccer stadiums in Japan. It has...
  • Fukuoka Yafuoku! Dome
  • 092-847-1006
    2-2-2, Jigyohama, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka

    This is the first stadium in Japan that has a retractable roof to accommodate all weather conditions.
    It is widely known as the home stadium of Fukuoka Softbank Hawks. In the season 2001, the annual attendance here went over 3 million people for the first time in the history of the Pacific Leagu...
  • Fukuoka City Yacht Harbor
  • 092-882-2151
    3-58-1, Odo, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka

    Among other marine sports, the presence of white sails shining bright over the blue ocean is the great feature of yachting. Fukuoka City Yacht Harbor has a capacity of 540 yachts and it is the largest in scale in the western Japan. It is 10 kilometers away from the central part of the city and bo...
  • 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
  • 092-282-4871
    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...
  • Ohori Park
  • Ohori Koen, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka

    The name Ohori means a trench and it derives from the fact that Kuroda Nagamasa, the old lord of Fukuoka, reclaimed the land called Kusagae which was facing Hakata Bay and made a trench for the Fukuoka castle.

    The present park was re-constructed by Fukuoka City, and reopened in 1929. This park...
  • Kin-in Park
  • Shikanoshima, Higashi-ku, Fukuoka

    This is said to be the place where a peasant named Jinbe discovered under a big stone a gold seal (kin-in), which later became the national treasure.

    The park overlooks Yara cape across the shore. At the gate of the park is a monument of the discovery of the gold seal, and inside is a poetic m...
  • Nishi Park
  • Nishi Koen, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka

    Nishi Park is set up at a very scenic spot that used to be called Aratsu Mountain in the Man-yo era (7-8 century). In the park, there is Koun Shrine, which is dedicated to Kuroda Josui and Kuroda Nagamasa, the statues of Mori Tomonobu and Hirano Kuniomi, soldiers of the late Edo period who contri...
  • Higashi Park
  • Higashi Koen, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka

    This park was once a site of the battle between Mongolian and Japanese army at the time of the Bun-ei invasion (1274). The old battle field was reconstructed into the present park. There is a statue of an old emperor Kameyama who was in the reign at the time of the invasion and of Nichiren, a fam...
  • Yusentei Park
  • 092-711-0415
    1-46, Yusentei, Jonan-ku, Fukuoka

    Originally built as a second home for Kuroda Tsugutaka, the 6th lord of Fukuoka in 1754, it was the first Japanese Garden in Fukuoka to be centered on a lake.
    In March of 1998, the park was designated by Fukuoka of having significant value. The historical park is still appreciated by many peop...
  • Higashi Hirao Park (Hakata No Mori)
  • 092-611-1515
    2-1-2, Higashihirao-Koen, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka

    Higashi Park is nicknamed Hakata No Mori. The park was built by making the best use of the original landscape and natural surroundings of the pond and woods, making it the local's favorite park for sports and recreation. The many sporting facilities available on this massive 90 hectare park are p...
  • Rakusui-en
  • 092-262-6665
    2-10-7, Sumiyoshi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka

    In the north side of Sumiyoshi Shrine of Hakata is this Japanese garden. There is a reconstructed tea house which was originally built in Meiji period as a second house of a merchant family. A tea ceremony room is represented in the house with the original atmosphere. Seasonal plants and refreshi...
  • Maizuru Park
  • 092-781-2153 (Maizuru Park Administration Office)
    Jonai, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka

    This park is built around Fukuoka castle ruins and located within just 15 minutes from Tenjin (the center of Fukuoka city). It is well known as a viewing spot of cherry blossom and other seasonal plants and flowers. The park has an athletic field and other sports facility and is adjoined to the O...
  • Kego Park
  • Tenjin 2-chome, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka

    This urban park is located in the center of Tenjin, just behind Nishitetsu Fukuoka/Tenjin Station. Many business people and shoppers come and take a rest here. Fantastic illuminations at this park during the Christmas season are well known and it offers the best photo opportunities. The large par...
  • Kyushu Grand Sumo Tournament
  • [Fukuoka Kokusai Center] 2-2, Chikko Hon-machi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka

    Kyushu tournament began in 1957, upgraded as a formal tournament from an exhibition tour. While it used to be held in the old Sports Center (the present Solaria Plaza), it was relocated to Kyuden Memorial Gymnastic Hall in 1974, and since 1981 has been held in Fukuoka Kokusai Center. Many of “jun...
  • Fukuoka International Cross CountryFestival Office (MIT Inc.) 092-738-2242
    [Uminonakamichi Seaside Park] Saitozaki, Higashi-ku, Fukuoka

    Cross country is a real battle on the field with runners and athletes of all genres competing and it is among the toughest athletic sports. FUKUOKA INTERNATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY is a top level competition in Japan held every year in early-March in Uminonakamichi Seaside Park. Top athletes gather he...
  • Fukuoka International Open Marathon Championship
  • [Heiwadai Stadium] 1-2, Jonai, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka

    This world class marathon competition is held every year on the first Sunday of December in Fukuoka city. Runners strong enough to break the world record gather from around Japan and abroad on this day for the breathtaking and dramatic battle to win the championship. You should check who will win...
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