An area concentrated with nostalgic western-style buildings near Moji Port that opened in 1889.
- Mojiko Retro District
- Kyushu National Musem
The theme of the museum is cultural exchange. It is the fourth museum built in Japan after Tokyo, Nara and Kyoto.
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.
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