Head to Ohori Koen, Fukuoka’s premiere city park, to spend a lazy—or aspiring—day at any time of year. This nationally designated place of scenic beauty dates from 1929. It combines urban and natural settings with practical artistry, winding a 2km running, cycling, and walking course around a picturesque lake.
Staying in a comfortable hotel in Tenjin, the busiest area in Fukuoka City, will enhance your vacation in the biggest city of Kyushu...
Enjoying a central location just five minutes from major tourist sites in all directions, HOTEL MYSTAYS Fukuoka-Tenjin-Minami is..
Fukuoka's Grand Hyatt Hotel provides a convenient base to explore the city. The hotel also offers a range of amenities to make..
From a casual ramen liker to a hardcore ramen lover, this restaurant and yatai in Fukuoka is definitely the place to go.
Be good to your body with macrobiotic fare - no eggs, no dairy, no refined sugar - at Evah Dining in Fukuoka's Daimyo neighborhood..
Eating ramen never felt so dramatic! visiting Mengekijo Genei for a theatrical ramen meal in Fukuoka.
Not far from Tenjin (central Fukuoka City) is one of Kyushu’s most prominent cherry blossom viewing spots. It’s a central hub for anthophiles and..
Fukuoka Tower is a 234 meter tall tower located on the shores of Hakata Bay making it the tallest seaside tower of Japan. The tower is featured in the..
Sumo is the national sport of Japan and holds a special place in the hearts and minds of the nation. Fukuoka Kokusai Center is to Fukuoka what the Ryogoku..