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Where is Fukuoka-Shi?

Canal City Hakata

Canal City Hakata

Canal City Hakata is a large shopping and entertainment complex, calling itself a "city within the city". Attractions include about 250 shops, cafes and restaurants, a theater, game center, cinemas, two hotels and a canal running through the ...

Dazaifu Shrine

Dazaifu Shrine

Among the hundreds of Tenmangu Shrines throughout Japan, Dazaifu's is the most important one alongside Kyoto's Kitano Tenmangu. Because of his great learning, Michizane has been associated with Tenjin, a Shinto deity of education, and is popular ...

Food Stalls Yatai

Food Stalls (Yatai)

Fukuoka's outdoors nourishment stands are potentially the city's best known image. Yatai can for the most part seat around seven or eight individuals and give a barometrical open air condition to appreciate different nourishments that are for the ...

Fukuoka Castle

Fukuoka Castle

The ruins of Fukuoka Castle are located in the middle of the city in Maizuru Park, named after the castle's alias, Maizuru Castle. Fukuoka Castle used to be the largest castle on Kyushu, but it was almost completely torn down after the Meiji ...

Hakata Gion Yamakasa Festival

Hakata Gion Yamakasa Festival

The Hakata Gion Yamakasa is one of the most interesting festivals in Japan. It is held every year during the first half of July and climaxes with a spectacular time trial race in the early morning hours of July 15. The larger kazariyama floats ...

Hakata Port Tower

Hakata Port Tower

Hakata Port Tower is a 103 metre high lattice tower with an observation deck in a height of 73.5 metres in Hakata-ku, Fukuoka, Japan. Hakata Port Tower was built in 1964. Hakata Port Tower is well known as a symbol of Hakata Bay. From the ...