Things to see and do - Fukuoka
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Fukuoka Travel guide
Fukuoka : Michelin's recommendations
Fukuoka, to the north of Kyushu island, is a dynamic city. It has its sights firmly set on the future, as illustrated by the ultra-modern architecture in the Momochi district and an economy based on new technologies… as well as the fantastic Asian Art Museum. But the city has a 2 000 year history that has been deeply influenced by its proximity to China and Korea. Its old town is still intact, and the shops are now concentrated there. To sample the lively atmosphere around the yatai (food stalls), head to the banks of the Naka River that crosses Fukuoka.
Tourist attractions Fukuoka : Things to see and do
7F-8F Riverain Center Bldg JPN - Fukuoka 810 8620
The Fukuoka Asian Art Museum provides a fantastic opportunity to discover the artists who have shaped the continent's modern and contemporary art scene. As well as the big names such as Nam June Paik and Jamini Roy, the exhibitions showcase up-and-co..
JPN - Fukuoka 810 8620
The third largest island in Japan, at the far southeastern tip of the archipelago, Kyushu ranges from tropical in its southern region to a temperate climate in the northern reaches. Two chains of volcanoes cross over this mountainous island, meeting ..
Chuo-ku Kiyokawa 2-6-23 JPN - Fukuoka
Prix Prices from : 9720 JPY
Chuo-ku Watanabe Dori 1-1-2 JPN - Fukuoka
Prix Prices from : 9000 JPY
Conveniently located a 1-minute walk from Watanabe-dori Subway Station, Hotel New Otani Hakata provides elegant accommodation with 8 restaurants, a massage room and a Japanese tea room. Lively Tenjin area is just a 3-minute subway ride away. Free Wi-..
Chuo-ku Watanabedori 2-7-21 JPN - Fukuoka
A 3-minute walk from Yakuin Subway Station, Takakura Hotel Fukuoka houses restaurants. Offering classic Italian furnishings, rooms come with a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi access. Just a 10-minute drive from JR Hakata Station, Takakura is a 30-minu..