Not to be confused with the Kyuka-mura Shikanoshima Beach on the outer tip of the peninsula which caters more toward ... More
Not to be confused with the Kyuka-mura Shikanoshima Beach on the outer tip of the peninsula which caters more toward families, this beach (and all its youth) is located to your right just as you are coming in to Shikanoshima from the highway along the sandbar. Note that between July 1st and August 31st, there is special netting set up offshore to filter out trash and, more importantly perhaps, jelly fish. You can certainly use the beach at other times—and many people do, especially surfers—but you run your own (incredibly minor) risk of being stung.
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 ...
There are information pamphlets in this lounge for every place or town you could possibly want (or need) to visit
in the entire prefecture. Other prefectures also send their information here, so if you plan to "light out for ...
Kyuka mura (which means rest village) is a semi resort area used mainly by area residents with cars (you can't
really get there any other way). It is located on the northside of Shikanoshima, meaning the ocean side. The ...