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  • Hakata Gion Yamakasa
  • Hakata Gion Yamakasa Promoters 092-291-2951
    [Kushida Shrine] 1-41, Kamikawabata-machi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka

    This festival is said to originate from the legend that the founder of Jotenji Temple scattered sacred water on the street to get rid of plague. Come the 1st of July, the town of Hakata becomes filled with a festive mood, with floats over 10 meters high exhibited at 14 spots around the town. The ...
  • Hakata Okunchi
  • [Kushida Shrine] 1-41, Kamikawabata-machi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka

    Autumn Festival of Kushida Shrine on the 23rd and 24th of October is the seasonal feature of Hakata. This traditional festival of 1200 years old is held for giving thanks to the rich harvest of autumn. The pomp-filled parade with kids in traditional ritual costumes, lion dance (Shishimai), brass ...
  • Hakata Akihaku (Autumn Festa)
  • 092-419-1012(9:00~18:00)

    From September to November, a variety of events and festivals are held here and there in the Hakata and Tenjin area.

    The whole town of Fukuoka/Hakata will become lively mood in this period.

    From atmospheric events at famous temples and shrines, music and art, play, walking to lecture, there...
  • Hyatt Regency Fukuoka
  • 092-412-1234
    2-14-1, Hakataeki Higashi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City

    [Cafe Restaurant, Le Cafe]
    This is a European style restaurant with a refined atmosphere, perfect for casual meeting with your friends and a business meeting. For breakfast and lunch, you can choose buffet or order from a la carte menu. The experienced chef of this restaurant serves you excelle...
  • Nokonoshima Island Park
  • 092-881-2494
    Nokonoshima, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka

    Take a city operated ferry from Meinohama, Fukuoka and arrive at Nokonoshima in just ten minutes.
    This island, rich in nature, just sits in the middle of Hakata Bay.
    The Nokonoshima Island Park is a natural park of about 150 thousand square meters stretching out in the northern part of Nokonosh...
  • 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,
  • Nureginu Zuka (burial mound), Meibonji-itabi (monument board) of Koei 3 (1344)
  • 3-2-9, Chiyo, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka (beside Ishido-bashi bridge)

    During the reign of Emperor Shomu (724-749), a daughter of Sano Chikayo, an ancient official of defense in Chuikuzen area (present Fukuoka prefecture), was killed by her own father when he found a wet clothe of a fisherman by the daughter's bed and doubted her misconduct, which had been actually ...
  • Nishinihon Ohori Fireworks
  • 092-711-5506 (Nishinihon Shimbun Culture & Sports Department)
    1-2, Ohori koen, Chuok-ku, Fukuoka

    This fireworks display event boasts the biggest scale in the city with 6000 shots of fireworks and thousands of visitors. Fire works are shot off from the central island of a pond in Ohori Park, and you can see them from all around the lake.
  • Nishitetsu Grand Hotel
  • 092-781-0811
    2-6-60, Daimyo, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City

    Nishitetsu Grand Hotel, located in the center of Tenjin, is a perfect place to stay for business and sightseeing. While the building faces a main street, the rooms are filled with calm and relaxing atmosphere. This romantic city hotel will surely let you forget the busyness of everyday life.

  • Nishijin and Momochi Bulwark Ruins
  • Nishijin 7-chome, Sawara-ku, Fukuoka

    The bulwark ruin of Nishijin & Momochi area was originally the center of 20 kilometers of bulwark. In 1274 at the time of Bun-ei invasion, Mongolian army landed in Momochi area. The surrounding areas including Sohara, Torikai and Akasaka were turned into battlefields. The bulwark was built af...
  • 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...
  • Nakasu Festival
  • [Nakasu Festival EXCO.] 092-272-1440
    Nakasu, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka

  • Toka Ebisu Shrine
  • 092-651-1563
    7-1, Higashi koen, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka

    Located inside Higashi Park at Yoshizuka, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City. It is said that the man named Takeuchi found a pair of divine statues of Ebisu and Daikoku at a beach on the way from Kashii shrine and Hakozaki shrine and then founded a shrine dedicated to those gods more than 400 years ago. Nat...
  • Tochoji Temple
  • 2-4, Gokusho-machi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka

    This head temple of Shingon Buddhism Kyushu sect is given the special name Nangakuzan. It is dedicated to a famous monk called Kobo-Daishi (Kukai). According to tradition, Kobo-daishi set up this temple when he came back from China and prayed for the eastward dissemination of Tantric Buddhism. Th...
  • Toka Ebisu Festival
  • 092-651-1563
    [Toka Ebisu Shrine] 7-1, Higashi-koen, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka

    This festival is held at Toka Ebisu Shrine, which is dedicated to Ebisu, the god of fishery. The festival runs from the 8th to the 11th of January and attracts many visitors to the shrine. The highlight of the festival is the “Kachi-mairi (walking visit)” of Geisha girls from around 3 o’clock on ...
  • Christmas of Tenjin
  • 092-734-8750

    During Christmas seasons, the trees and buildings on the Kirameki-dori avenue and the Watanabe-dori avenue are decorated with illuminations and the whole Tenjin area becomes adorned with fantastic colors.
  • Tenjin Nishi Kosaten Hiroba
  • Daimyo 2-chome, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka (In front of Nishitetsu Garnd Hotel)

    You can see the artworks by the designer Matsunaga Makoto here on a street corner in West Tenjin. The artworks of frog, giraffe and other animals are meant to entertain to and interact with people. These animals give a people-friendly and comforting atmosphere to the sidewalk.
  • Tenjin Chuo Park
  • 092-716-6730
    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.
  • Terumo Shrine
  • 13-1, Nishi Koen, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City

    This shrine is dedicated to Kuroda Nagamasa, the first lord of Chikuzen Kuroda Clan, and his father Josui. The name of the temple derives from both of their Buddhist names. The shrine was originally located under the main castle keep tower of Fukuoka Castle. In 1871 it was moved to the site near ...
  • Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine
  • 092-922-8225
    4-7-1, Saifu, Dazaifu

    The shrine is dedicated to Sugawara Michizane who is known as the god of learning, it is busy all through the year with a lot of visitors praying for success in exams and academic achievement. 6000 plum trees are planted on the site and they start to decorate the shrine beautifully around early F...
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