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- Hakata Doll of Hakusen
1-14, Hakata Station bldg. Meitengai, 1-1, Chuo-gai, Hakata-eki, Fukuoka City
Hakusen displays and deals mainly with the works of Kawasaki Yukiko, a prominent master of doll crafting, and other famous craftsmen. You will surely understand the charm of traditional folk craft of Hakata by just visiting here and taking a look at the dolls.
- Doll Shop Goto
1-11-3, Kiyokawa, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City
Goto is a well-established Hakata doll shop collecting many works by best craftsmen. Hakata doll is suitable as a memorial gift for various occasions. Goto will suggest the best choice for your purpose and budget. They also make original dolls and designs mascot dolls for companies with novel ide...
- Hakata-ori shop Iwamasa
(Hakata station Daitos branch) Chuo-gai, Hakata-eki, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City (within Hakata sta. Daitos)
Iwamasa deals with Hakata-ori (folk woven textile), Hakata dolls and Kurume-gasuri (folk woven textile). They have bags, wallets, neckties, centerpieces and other goods made of Hakata-ori, and also outfits of Kurume-gasuri. They are reasonably priced and perfect for gifts and souvenirs.
- Kamei Miraku, the 15th grand master of Takatori pottery
1-26-62, Takatori, Sawara-ku, Fukuoka City
Takatori pottery was originally made in the kiln set up by a Korean master called Hachizan who came to Japan with Kuroda Josui. The kiln was patronized by the Kuroda clan. Kamei Masahisa succeeded the 15th Kamei Miraku in 2001 and has since been preserving the traditional art at the Miraku kiln. ...
- Hakata Magemono Shop Tamaki
767-2, Befu, Shime-machi, Kasuya-gun
Magemono is a special wooden folk craft of Maedashi-machi, Fukuoka city. Thin boards of Japanese cedar and strips of cherry trees are bent and crafted into a container or a dish by careful hands of masters. These were once used as ritual items of Hakozaki Hachiman shrine. The shop tamaki is now m...
- Omiyagedokoro, Hakata Kawabata-cho (souvenir shop)
Hakata Riverain 1F, 3-1, Shimokawabata-machi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City
The fourth owner of a souvenir shop, who was born and grew up in Kwabata-cho, began to make and sell special goods designed for use at local festivals such as Dontaku and Yamakasa, originally to meet the demands of his friends who love the festivals. Leather crafts with carefully dyed pattern of ...
- Tenjin Chuo Park
1-1, Tenjin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka
This is a park of 31,000 square meters with trees and grass, located in the middle of Tenjin. While in the city, it is the perfect place to relax. Exhibits and events are held in the spring and fall.
- Odo Park
1855-1, Odo 2-chome, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka
This is a park with an untouched nature adjoining the sea and yacht harbor. A lot of families with kids visit this park.
- Busoji Temple
621, Musashi, Chikushino
This temple is believed to be the oldest temple in Kyushu which was built in the 6th century. On the site are the vines of 1300 years old Wisteria.
- Wajiro Tidal Flat
Wajiro, Higashi-ku, Fukuoka
Wajiro tidal flat lays out at the east head of Hakata bay. People come here in summer for clamming and wild birds visit here in winter.
- Nokonoshima Island
092-881-0450 (Fukuoka City Fishery Coop, Noko office)
Nokonoshima, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka
This is a relaxing spot for the people of Fukuoka, accessible in just 10 minutes by ferry from the terminal in Meinohama. Sitting in the middle of Hakata Bay, this island is just 12km round.
With daffodils and plum blossoms in winder, broccolini blossoms in spring, and cosmos in fall,
- Hakata-no-mori Yudokoro Tsukinoyu
1-4-35, Higashi Hirao, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka
This spa is known for the health and beauty effects and especially popular among females. Various features including pearl bath and radon hot spring attract a lot of people. There is also a massage service and a restaurant.
- Fukuoka City Disaster Prevention Center
1-3-3, Momochihama, Sawara-ku, Fukuoka
At this facility, you can experience simulated earthquake, fire and flood to learn how to improve your judgment in a critical situation and get yourself prepared for possible disasters.
- Robo Square
TNC Hosokaikan,2-3-2, Momochihama, Sawara-ku, Fukuoka
Have fun meeting and playing with all types of robots!
Robo Square is home to 200 robots and 70 different types of robots.
The entertaining Robot Performance Show is held every day.
On weekdays, the shows begin at 11a.m., 2p.m. and 4p.m.
On weekends, the shows begin at 11a.m., 1p.m., 3p.m., a...
- Kyushu National Museum
4-7-2, Ishizaka, Dazaifu
This is the forth-largest national museum in Japan following the ones in Tokyo, Kyoto and Nara. The concept of the museum is “capturing a formation of Japanese culture in the perspective of Asian history” and there are valuable exhibits depicting a blossoming relationship with Asian countries for...
- Zeppu Fukuoka
2-2-1, Jigyohama, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka
This concert hall has maximum capacity of 2001 persons standing and is one of the largest all-standing concert halls in Kyushu. You can enjoy the performance of artists up close from the front seats.
- Ohori Park Japanese Garden
1-7, Ohori Koen, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka
The Ohori Koen Japanese Garden is a beautiful oasis adjacent to the Ohori Park.
Focusing on traditional beauty that makes this a truly Japanese garden,
modern features are added to this wonderful combination of mountain, forestry, and waters.
The area is 12,000 sq/m.
The man-made mountain i...
- The museum of Hakata’s food and culture “HAKUHAKU”
2-14-28, Sharyo, Higashi-ku, Fukuoka
The museum of Hakata’s food and culture “HAKUHAKU,” run by “FUKUYA Aji no Mentaiko,” the well-established shop of Mentaiko (spicy cod roe).
You can visit the factory of the long-loved Hakata specialty Mentaiko, where you can not only taste but also experience Mentaiko-making.
- Asahi Beer Hakata Factory
092-431-2701 ※by reservation
3-1-1, Takeshita, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka
Here at this factory, after you take a look at the whole process of beer making from brewing to canning, you can taste draft beer fresh from the barrel. This is a good place even for a family trip because they serve soft drinks to a driver and present special goods to kids. On Saturdays, Sundays ...
- Fukutaro mentaiko factory
1-1-1, Gojikkawa, Minami-ku, Fukuoka
Fukutaro’s factory offers a free factory tour. After watching a video about manufacturing process and history of mentaiko (cod ovum), you can look at the actual manufacturing process through the glass. The interior design of the factory is themed on sea and this is a unique and interesting place ...