Easily accessible by Fukuoka's subway system, this airport is the third busiest in Japan and has domestic and ... More
Easily accessible by Fukuoka's subway system, this airport is the third busiest in Japan and has domestic and international flights to all parts of Japan and Asia. Tokyo, Hokkaido, Okinawa, Korea, Taiwan, China, The Philippines, Hong Kong, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Guam, and Honolulu are all served by direct flights from here. Cheap restaurants, relaxation rooms, and souvenir shops are located on the second and third floors of the airport building.
The Fukuoka Dome resembles something from a futuristic movie set, having been the first retractable roof stadium in Japan. Now
it is home to the Daiei Hawks professional baseball team. Hot dogs and beer are de rigueur inside, but ...
The Atago shrine and there are three in Japan is dedicated to the patron god of matchmaking, hope and intimacy.
As you can imagine, couples frequent the grounds, some on official business with the shrine's priests; those with marriage ...
Nagamasu Kuroda, the first feudal lord of Chikuzen after the reunification of the country under Toyotomi Hideyoshi, was given permission
to build this castle after the defeat of the Kyushu Daimyo. Completed in 1601, it was named Fukuoka after ...