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  • Fukuoka City Museum
  • 092-845-5011
    3-1-1, Momochihama, Sawara-ku, Fukuoka

    Located in the Seaside Momochi Area, this museum is one of the famous tourist spots of Fukuoka City such as Fukuoka Tower and Yafuoku Dome gathers.
    It introduces the history and the life of people in Fukuoka, which has developed as a hub of international exchanges in the Asian Region since ancie...
  • Fukuoka City Art Museum
  • 092-714-6051
    1-6, Ohori Koen, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka

    Take a stroll around Ohori Park and drop in at this museum to enjoy art. The Fukuoka City Art Museum is a simple but elegant house designed by Maekawa Kunio. Not only are the pieces of world-famous artists such as Milo, Dali and Chagall but also of Kyushu-born artists such as Shigeru Aoki, Seiji ...
  • Fukuoka City Archeology Center
  • 092-571-2921
    2-1-94, Isoda, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka

    Of many archaeological sites found in Japan, more than 950 sites are located in Fukuoka. Fukuoka city archeology center is in charge of all processes of collecting, managing, conserving and analyzing articles excavated from the ruins in the city. They disclose not only the collected materials but...
  • Hakataza Theater
  • 092-263-5555
    2-1, Shimokawabata-machi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka

    A variety of dramatic theater performances across Japan including Kabuki & musicals are monthly put on the stage at Hakataza, which is one of Kyushu's greatest theaters exclusively designed for plays. This theater gives you a rich theater experience, with the mixture of Japanese and western s...
  • Canal City Theater
  • 092-271-6062
    1-2-1, Sumiyoshi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka (4F of Canal City Hakata theater building)

    Part of Fukuoka's best shopping mall, Canal City Hakata, this theater is wonderful and not only for plays and musicals but also for readings and traditional art performances among others. With the guest's seating so close to the stage they will be sure to enjoy the powerful performances.
  • Marinemesse Fukuoka
  • 092-262-3111
    7-1, Okihama-machi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka

    Marinemesse Fukuoka is the core of the international convention zone of Fukuoka city and was built in 1995. With 9,100 square meters of space, the exhibition hall can be transformed into an Arena for sporting events or even a musical hall with high-quality sound effects. With enough space for 15,...
  • Fukuoka Kokusai Center
  • 092-272-1111
    2-2, Chikko Hon-machi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka

    Opened in 1981, this facility has supported the development of Fukuoka's convention capabilities for over 30 years. With 5052 square meters of space and a 10,000 people capacity, it has been used for conventions, company exhibits, and sporting conventions. The Kyushu Ozumo (Grand Sumo) Tournamen...
  • Fukuoka Sunpalace Hotel and Hall
  • 092-272-1123
    2-1, Chikko Hon-machi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka

    This complex facility is comprised of not only a hall for concerts, conventions and banquets, but also a hotel. The hall has a seating capacity of 2316 and houses music concerts, ballet and plays. You will find the "Lagoon" restaurant and cafe on the first floor, the "Laputa" ...
  • ACROS Fukuoka
  • 092-725-9111
    1-1-1, Tenjin ,Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City

    ACROS Fukuoka is a terraced structure building facing Tenjin Central Park. This urban oasis is a junction of international and cultural information.

    There are various facilities on each of 15 floors (including 2 underground floors) in this building; music concert hall, convention hall, municip...
  • Fukuoka Prefectural Art Museum
  • 092-715-3551
    5-2-1, Tenjin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka

    The theme of this museum is to "play with art". It has a permanent exhibition of works by local artists such as Sakamoto Hanjiro and Koga Harue. There are rental rooms available for exhibitions and events, a high-vision gallery, where you can watch videos of famous works of art on a 70 ...
  • Fukuoka International Congress Center
  • 092-262-4111
    2-1, Sekijo-machi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka

    This convention hall opened in 2003. The hall has a capacity of 3,000 people and features a sliding wall for adjusting the size of the hall, multi-lingual interpretation booth which allows simultaneous interpretation of 6 different languages and a state-of-the-art visual equipment. With this faci...
  • Level Five Stadium
  • 092-612-7070
    2-1-1, Higashi-Hirao Koen, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka

    This is the home stadium of Avispa Fukuoka. The stadium was renamed in spring of 2008 from “Hakata-no-mori Kyugi Jo”. It resides on a vast site of Higashi Hirao Park and has two viewer stands covered by beautifully curved roofs. It is considered as one of the best soccer stadiums in Japan. It has...
  • Fukuoka Yafuoku! Dome
  • 092-847-1006
    2-2-2, Jigyohama, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka

    This is the first stadium in Japan that has a retractable roof to accommodate all weather conditions.
    It is widely known as the home stadium of Fukuoka Softbank Hawks. In the season 2001, the annual attendance here went over 3 million people for the first time in the history of the Pacific Leagu...
  • Fukuoka City Yacht Harbor
  • 092-882-2151
    3-58-1, Odo, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka

    Among other marine sports, the presence of white sails shining bright over the blue ocean is the great feature of yachting. Fukuoka City Yacht Harbor has a capacity of 540 yachts and it is the largest in scale in the western Japan. It is 10 kilometers away from the central part of the city and bo...
  • Ohori Park
  • Ohori Koen, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka

    The name Ohori means a trench and it derives from the fact that Kuroda Nagamasa, the old lord of Fukuoka, reclaimed the land called Kusagae which was facing Hakata Bay and made a trench for the Fukuoka castle.

    The present park was re-constructed by Fukuoka City, and reopened in 1929. This park...
  • Kin-in Park
  • Shikanoshima, Higashi-ku, Fukuoka

    This is said to be the place where a peasant named Jinbe discovered under a big stone a gold seal (kin-in), which later became the national treasure.

    The park overlooks Yara cape across the shore. At the gate of the park is a monument of the discovery of the gold seal, and inside is a poetic m...
  • Nishi Park
  • Nishi Koen, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka

    Nishi Park is set up at a very scenic spot that used to be called Aratsu Mountain in the Man-yo era (7-8 century). In the park, there is Koun Shrine, which is dedicated to Kuroda Josui and Kuroda Nagamasa, the statues of Mori Tomonobu and Hirano Kuniomi, soldiers of the late Edo period who contri...
  • Higashi Park
  • Higashi Koen, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka

    This park was once a site of the battle between Mongolian and Japanese army at the time of the Bun-ei invasion (1274). The old battle field was reconstructed into the present park. There is a statue of an old emperor Kameyama who was in the reign at the time of the invasion and of Nichiren, a fam...
  • Yusentei Park
  • 092-711-0415
    1-46, Yusentei, Jonan-ku, Fukuoka

    Originally built as a second home for Kuroda Tsugutaka, the 6th lord of Fukuoka in 1754, it was the first Japanese Garden in Fukuoka to be centered on a lake.
    In March of 1998, the park was designated by Fukuoka of having significant value. The historical park is still appreciated by many peop...
  • Higashi Hirao Park (Hakata No Mori)
  • 092-611-1515
    2-1-2, Higashihirao-Koen, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka

    Higashi Park is nicknamed Hakata No Mori. The park was built by making the best use of the original landscape and natural surroundings of the pond and woods, making it the local's favorite park for sports and recreation. The many sporting facilities available on this massive 90 hectare park are p...
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