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2-10-3, Tenjin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City
VIORO is a coined term from two Italian words, fiore (flower) and vero (truth).
This place only gathers authentic items that resonate deeply in the hearts of visitors.
VIORO gathers the latest of all genres and stimulates your sensitivity.
Feel the new comfort created by VIORO.
- BiVi Fukuoka
4-1-36, Watanabe-dori, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City
The large rooftop screen of this commercial building is an eye catcher of the south of Tenjin. Themed on “daily life,” the building features many shops dealing a great selection of world-famous furniture brands such as ACTUS and Bo Concept. Few other places in Japan collect several top quality fu...
- Fukuoka Softbank Hawks
2-2-2, Jigyohama, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka
Fukuoka Softbank Hawks won the league prize for two consecutive years in 1999 and 2000. The team enjoyed the number of attendance over 3 millions in 2001, which was the second highest after Giants. Now it has become one of the most popular teams in Japan. Under the manager Akiyama, this powerful ...
- Avispa Fukuoka
2-17, Kashiihamahutou 1-chome, Higashi-ku, Fukuoka (Administrator bldg. of Fukuoka football center)
Avispa gets enthusiastic supports from local fans. The name derives from a Spanish word meaning carpenter bee. It reflects a wish for the team to have a good teamwork and speed like bees. The mascots are of course carpenter bees. They contribute to the development of sports culture and sports edu...
- Rizing Fukuoka
2F, 3-46-7, Nanotsu, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka
Rizing Fukuoka is a professional basketball team of BJ league, established in May 1st, 2007. They are supported by the fan clubs, Booster and Raijinkai. As an only professional basketball team in the prefecture, the team is committed to make contribution to the local community by hosting basketba...
- Tenjin CORE
1-11-11, Tenjin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City
This is an apparel shop building with 10 floors in total (2 underground floors). There is a wide selection of famous and popular fashion brand shops, including the branch of the famous shop of Shibuya 109 in Tokyo. Ladies fashion occupies the floors from B2 to 4F and here you can enjoy shopping l...
- Fukuoka Mitsukoshi
2-1-1, Tenjin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City
This department store is directly connected to Nishitetsu Fukuoka (Tenjin) Station and Nishitetsu Bus Center. On its 11 floors including 2 basement floors, from the 2nd basement floor to the 9th floor, are gathered shops dealing with a wide variety of items ranging from the outfits of world’s fam...
- Daimaru, Fukuoka Tenjin Branch
1-4-1, Tenjin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka
Providing high quality and sophisticated line-up and refined service, the department store calls in many repeating customers of three generations. Women’s wear, accessories, men’s wear, interior, and daily goods are offered in the main building, and clothes for young ladies, cosmetics, foreign br...
2-5-35, Tenjin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City
The original shop of Iwataya was founded in 1754. The department store Iwataya has been in business in Tenjin for 70 years now and it is one of the most established department stores in Kyushu. It consists of two buildings; the main building has 2 underground floors and 7 floors aboveground while...
- Solaria Plaza
2-43, Tenjin 2-chome, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City
This commercial building houses apparel shops, restaurants, a movie theater Solaria Cinema and fitness gym Solaria Sports. It is connected to Nishitetsu Fukuoka (Tenjin) Station and Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel. Furthermore, various events and exhibitions are held at Zepha on the 1F and it makes this...
- Solaria Stage
2-11-3, Tenjin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City
This commercial facility is directly connected to Nishitetsu Fukuoka (Tenjin) Station and Tenjin Bus Center. It consists of the restaurant floors from B2 to 2F, INCUBE, a large variety store from 3F to 5F, restaurant Janku on the 5F and Nishitetsu Hall on the 6F. On the 2nd floor is a satellite s...
3-28, Hirao, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City
Shofu-en is a park with a Japanese garden and a tea ceremony room constructed in early 1950s.
The old house named Shofu-so owned by Tanakamaru Zenpachi, the founder of Fukuoka Tamaya, once one of the major department stores in Fukuoka, was located here. The site of the house went under a renew...
- Katae Observatory
092-711-4331 (Fukuoka City sightseeing division)
Aburayama, Jonan-ku, Fukuoka City
Katae observatory is one of the most popular night view spots in Fukuoka. It is located on the hillside of the nature-rich mountain Aburayama (597 meters altitude), within 30 minutes drive from Tenjin, the busy downtown of Fukuoka.
You can enjoy the great 120 degrees panoramic view of Fukuoka...
- <Oita Prefecture>
There are more than 60 of various hot spring sites in Oita,
including Yufuin and Beppu that are among the top ranking hot spring sites in Japan.
Yufuin, extending around Yufudake Mountain, has long been and still is
a very popular hot spring town with famous hot spring inns, fashionable c...
- Ramen Stadium
Canal City Hakata, 5F Cinema Bldg., 1-2, Sumiyoshi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka
Ramen Stadium is located on the 5th floor of the Cinema Building at Canal City Hakata, which is one of the most popular tourist spots in Fukuoka.
Eight popular ramen restaurants are selected and gathered here from Fukuoka and all over Japan and keep attracting a lot of ramen fans. Some of the ...
Gives you a memorable trip to Fukuoka!
Original tours focusing on Fukuoka
What is Fukuoka Fukutabi?
Fukutabi is a program that helps you learn a lot about the charms of Fukuoka through experience and explore tours. It’s a tourism product filled with genuine hospitality as it is selected by...
- IMS (Beauty and Relaxation)
1-7-11, Tenjin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka
IMS is located in Tenjin, the central district of Fukuoka.
It is a commercial complex focusing on the latest fashion, life styles and culture.
From the 1st basement floor to the 14th floor, there are many shops that help you brush up your beauty and maintain your health!
IMS is full of fam...
- Miyagemon Ichiba (1F Hakata Deitos)
JR Hakata Station, Shinkansen exit side (Chikushi-guchi exit)
Hakata Deitos is located inside Hakata Station building on the side of Shinkansen exit.
It is a commercial complex with a variety of shops dealing with specialties of Fukuoka, fashion and accessory items along with restaurants and cafés.
From special souvenirs of Fukuoka to nice meals and sweet...
- Kyushu No Muraichiba (Inside Marinoa City)
092-892-1126 (10:00 - 20:00)
2-12-30, Odo, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka
Marinoa City is an outlet mall located by the sea and one of the popular tourist spots in Fukuoka.
Within the premise of Marinoa City, Kyushu no Muraichiba deals with plenty of delicious foods that are suitable for souvenirs.
Only the best foods from all over Kyushu are selected and sold h...
- Mandarake Fukuoka
Grand Building, 2-9-5, Daimyo, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka
Mandarake originally started in Tokyo and now has branches all over Japan.
Mandarake shops are the front runner of Otaku culture.
The Fukuoka branch is located in the northern part of Tenjin and attracts a lot of visitors from early in the morning.
Mandarake deals with all kinds of manga and...