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RECOMMENDED 
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West Coast

学ぶ旅 LEARNING TRIP

Take the route to learn local history found across the natural area and enjoy attractions and delicacies of Genkai Sea
It features two areas; Imazu remaining historical footprints of relations with the Continent such as trade with the Song dynasty and Mongolian invasion of Japan; and Nishinoura, a fish port town located in Genkai Quasi-National Park.

1

JR Kyudai-gakkentoshi Station

JR Kyudai-gakkentoshi Station

Let's start from here! The JR Kyudai-gakkentoshi Station has opened in 2005. Recent years see the area developing as one of the focal locations in Nishi Ward such as Meinohama area.

Address
1-1-1 Kitabaru Nishi-ku, Fukuoka City
Details
YokaNavi Spot Information
2

Hachidai Ryuo Shrine

Hachidai Ryuo Shrine

Facing to Imazu Bay, this shrine is originated from a Japanese Buddhist priest Eisai who was hit by a storm on his way back home from China and narrowly escaped death by the help of Hachidai Ryuo (Eight Great Dragon Kings).

Address
Imazu 4, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka City
Details
YokaNavi Spot Information
3

Mt. Bishamon Observatory Deck

Mt. Bishamon Observatory Deck

One of the most scenic spots in the area with a panorama view of Imazu Bay and Hakata Bay.
The observatory deck at 177 meter elevation shows you the beautiful landscape including Nagahama Beach.

Address
Imazu, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka City
Details
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4

Rosemary – Charcoal grill and seasonal vegetables restaurant

Rosemary – Charcoal grill and seasonal vegetables restaurant

The hideaway French restaurant built in an Imazu residential area proudly offers delicious meat dishes with fresh vegetables of Itoshima. Enjoy the dishes by the chef qualified as a vegetable/fruit sommelier.

Address
4809-60, Imazu, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka City 819-0165
TEL
092-807-0022
Details
YokaNavi Spot Information
5

Imazu Genkoborui Bulwalk Ruins

Imazu Genkoborui Bulwalk Ruins

This Bulwark was built by the Kamakura Shogunate government for preparation against invasions of Mongolian army. It was originally 20 kilometers long, stretching from Imazu to Kashii, facing Hakata Bay.

Address
Imazu, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka
Details
YokaNavi Spot Information
6

Nishiura Himono (dried fish) Street

Nishiura Himono (dried fish) Street

Fishermen’s fish stands selling himono or dried fish products are lined up on this small street.
*Open from April to December

Address
1265-38 Nishiura, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka City
Details
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7

Nishinoura Squid Sashimi Namihei

Nishinoura Squid Sashimi Namihei

Enjoy the ocean-fresh squid from the nearby sea of Nishinoura at a popular restaurant with a spectacular view.

Address
285-C Nishinoura, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka City
TEL
092-809-1533
Details
YokaNavi Spot Information
8

JR Kyudai-gakkentoshi Station

JR Kyudai-gakkentoshi Station

An only 40-minute bus ride takes you back to the starting point. Please enjoy a slow return journey by JR and subway.

Address
1-1-1 Kitabaru Nishi-ku, Fukuoka City
Details
YokaNavi Spot Information

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