Located conveniently in JR Hakata station building! A large commercial facility established by Japan Post enjoyed by everyone.
- KITTE HAKATA
- Yusentei Park
Built during the Edo period, this garden contains many aspects of a Japanese garden.
- Yawata Steel Works
Historical remains of Japan’s Meiji industrial revolution, steel works registered as a World Cultural Heritage Site.
- Yanagibashi Market
Giant fish market known as “Hakata’s Kitchen” with over 70 different stores.
The city of water with a network of moats throughout the city. It is famous for its local specialty, eel dishes and river cruise.
The first Shingon Buddhist temple in Japan, that has one of the largest wooden Buddhas in Japan.
The largest busy district in Kyushu that is crowded with department stores and fashion buildings.
- Suikyo Tenmangu Shrine
Suikyo Tenjin Shrine dedicated to the great scholar, Sugwawara-no-Michizane, who found himself here during exile grieving over a life of misfortune while gazing at his reflection in the river.
- Seaside Momochi Beach Park
A beautiful white artificial beach park located at the north of Fukuoka Tower.
- Ohori Park
This park used to be a moat of Fukuoka castle and has a Noh theater and Japanese garden inside.
- Nokonoshima Island Park
An extensive natural park with beautiful seasonal flowers located in the island in Hakata Bay called Nokonoshima.
- Mt. Sarakura Observation Deck
The observation deck where you can enjoy a night view that is counted in “New Three Major Night Views of Japan.”