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Bayside Place Hakata Futoh

Hakata Area

Bayside Place Hakata is a commercial complex directly connected to the passenger terminal of Hakata Port.

It features Wangan Ichiba, a market offering fresh seafood and vegetables, a hot spring facility, Namiha No Yu and a variety of shops offering souvenirs and other local specialties of Kyushu. There is also a restaurant themed on a wonderland and you can enjoy a whole day here.

Here you can also see about 3,000 sea animals of 30 kinds, from seas turtles to small pretty tropical fishes swimming around in the 9 meters by 8 meters aquarium.

+++ Hakata Port Tower +++
Hakata Port Tower is a red 100 meters tall tower. It has played an important role for the navigation safety of the ships coming in and out of the port for over a half century. The great view of the bay seen from the observation room of 70 meters height is just like a beautiful movie scene and will surely fascinate you.

open 10:00-22:00 (admission until 21:40)
Open 7 days a week
No entrance charge
Inquiry 092-291-0573

+++ Bayside Museum +++
A study facility located on the first floor of Hakata Port Tower. Here you can enjoy learning about the role of the port with explanatory panels and models. Make sure to check out this museum before you go up the tower.

open 10:00-17:00 (admission until 16:40)
Open 7 days a week
No entrance charge
Inquiry 092-282-5811

+++ Mariera, Hakata Port Cruising & Restaurant Ship +++
You can sit back and enjoy authentic French cuisines for your lunch or dinner while cruising through Hakata port. It will surely set a perfect setting for your special occasion.

Inquiry 092-751-7171

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