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Fukuoka Kokusai Center

Fukuoka Kokusai Center

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..

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Komyozenji Temple

Komyozenji Temple

The Komyozenji Temple in Kyoto is a Buddhist temple that was founded in 1273 by the Buddhist priest Tetsugyu Enshin. The temple is known for its rhododendrons,..

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Keya Beach

Keya Beach

One of the most surprising aspects of Fukuoka, for new visitors, is its access to beautiful beaches and marine life. Keya Beach was nominated as one of..

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Ohori Park

Ohori Park

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..

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Yanagawa Canals

Yanagawa Canals

Yanagawa, a small city in the south of Fukuoka, is known as the Venice of Kyushu and for good reason. The city's 470 kilometers of canals which date..

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Kokura Castle

Kokura Castle

Kokura Castle is a castle in Kitakyushu, Japan. It was built by Hosokawa Tadaoki starting in 1602, with construction completed in 1608. [Wikipedia]

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Nanzoin Temple

Nanzoin Temple

Nanzo-in is a Shingon sect Buddhist temple in Sasaguri, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan. It is notable for its bronze statue of a reclining Buddha, said to..

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