Standing at 234 meters, Fukuoka Tower is the largest seaside tower in Japan. Although admission for adults is hefty at JPY800 ... More
Standing at 234 meters, Fukuoka Tower is the largest seaside tower in Japan. Although admission for adults is hefty at JPY800 (JPY500 for students, JPY200 for children), the panoramic view of the ocean, mountains, and city might be well worth it. There is also a cafe at 120 meters, and several shops are located on the first floor. The architecture, incorporating 8,000 mirrors, is quite beautiful, especially at night.
All Americans should visit Fukuoka instead of fast Tokyo for a change.
City known for best ramen and yatai river venders serving drinks and food on the canal at night.Must visit that city you won't be disappointed. Nice people and great food.
I went to the top of the Fukuoka Tower during winter-break. Look down from the tower, there was a beautiful shopping center situated just beside the seaside. It was so beautiful, the shopping center was as real as the building in cartoon world. There was also a tall Christmas tree there. At night the illumination of the Fukuoka Tower was so beautiful. Moreover, the JAL building and the Fukuoka Dome were near to this place.
The Fukuoka tower offers a superb views of the city and the ocean. Visiting at nightime allows one the chance to contemplate the modern cityscape of this ancient international port. I also might add that the tower is not crowded and is very romantic at nightime. The restaurant is inexpensive and the staff uniforms are quite charming. My only complaint is that the resturant serves "international" fare instead of solely pure Japanese cuisine.
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