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Akizuki, the historic center of Asakura in Fukuoka Prefecture, makes for a pleasant stroll among old buildings, shops, cafes, and remnants of the castle.
Anyone who has used a toilet in Japan will have seen The TOTO sticker but do you know the story behind it? The TOTO Co. Ltd can be traced back to 1889 with the establishment of the Morimura Gumi Company that produced western style ceramics. From humble beginnings and many developments since the first flushing toilet in 1914 the Washlet G Toilet was invented in 1980 which signaled a new toilet culture in Japan.
One of Kyushu's best-kept secrets: stroll through the stunning wisteria tunnels of Kawachi Fujien and enjoy the dazzling display of colour, light and shade.
Fukuoka Art Museum features work from celebrated artists such as Dali, Miró, Rothko and Warhol
Japan's first retractable roof stadium, the Fukuoka Yafuoku! Dome, was used as a trap for three man-eating Gyaos birds.
Visit a UNESCO World Heritage site and learn about the role Kitakyushu played in Japan's rise in modern industrialization
Enjoy the great Christmas festivities and lights at the Hakata Christmas Market right outside JR Hakata Station
Komyozenji Temple in Fukuoka hides a quiet and undisturbed harmony between humanity and nature in this peaceful garden.