• Mojiko Retro District

    An area concentrated with nostalgic western-style buildings near Moji Port that opened in 1889.

  • Kyushu National Musem

    The theme of the museum is cultural exchange. It is the fourth museum built in Japan after Tokyo, Nara and Kyoto.

  • Komyozen-ji

    One of the best temples in Kyushu that has amazing gardens and loved by the nickname “Koke-dera”

  • Kokura Castle

    Built in 1602, the most famous sightseeing spot in north Kyushu and also a symbol of Kokura.

  • Kokura

    The largest busy district in Kitakyushu city which flourished as a castle town in the Edo period.

  • Hakata Gion Yamakasa

    It is a dynamic men's festival with more than 700 years of history.

  • Hakata Dontaku

    Over 2 million participants in 2 days! Local resident's festival representing Fukuoka!

  • Fukuoka Tower

    The tallest seaside tower in Japan which measures 234 meters in height. A symbol of Fukuoka covered with one-way mirrors.

  • Fukuoka Castle Ruins

    A castle ruin designated as a National Cultural Property. Founded in 1601, it is also known as "Maizuru-jo" or Dancing Crane Castle.

  • Former Residence of Ito Denemon

    A luxurious house that a Coal Mine King built for his wife

  • Dasaifu Tenmangu

    A temple for academic success where the god of knowledge, Sugawarano Michizane, is enshrined



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