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Kyushu Travel Guide

Fukuoka selected by CNN Travel as 19 best places to visit in 2019


Fukuoka-prefecture only in Japan is selected by CNN Travel as

one of the top 19 places to visit in 2019.


Capital of Fukuoka-prefecture is Fukuoka-city and one of several host cities for

the 2019 Rugby World Cup, Fukuoka is the gateway to the island of Kyushu.


The prefecture consists of Fukuoka-city, Kitakyushu-city, Yanagawa, Dazaifu, Itoshima

and other fascinating regions such as Munakata and Chikugo region.


It’s the perfect destination for those looking to go beyond the well-trodden destinations like Osaka,

Tokyo and Kyoto and see a new corner of Japan.



 The places introduced by CNN travel  




Kitakyushu-city announced to Camp site of Wales participating in Rugby World Cup 2019.

Kawachi Wisteria garden

Kawachi Wisteria Garden is a private garden at the Mountain foot of Sarakura in Kitakyushu-city

and famous for its spectacularly presented, large numbers of wisteria flowers.


Kokura Caltle

Kokura Castle is one of the most famous land marks in Kitakyushu.

The construction was commenced in 1602 and spent 7 years to completed it.  





Canal boat cruise can be enjoyed while experience the atmospheres of Japanese castle town

and rural Japanese  life style. The estuary town facing the Ariake Sea through the Chikugo

River and Yabe River.  




Historical place Dazaifu About 1300 years ago, in Dazaifu, there was a government office

to manage the entire Kyushu  for a long period of 500 years at the present  Dazaifu. 

There are numbers of historical sites which reflect to the ancient history of Dazaifu


Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine

Worship Deity of scholarship Shrine, Built on the site of grave of Sugawara Michizane, who is

deified as Tenjin-sama, or the Deity of scholarship.

The shrine is the headquarter shrine of 12,000 Tenmangu shrines in Japan 


Kyushu National Museum

The Museum was opened in 2005 in Dazaifu-city next to Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine, 

as Japan’s fourth national museum after Tokyo, Kyoto and Nara.





The gate way to Kyushu and is the biggest cosmopolitan city in Kyushu. 

Due to its location Fukuoka-city is the great starting point for exploring Kyushu

Fukuoka-city has a long history as commercial town and castle town, and prospered as

important district to Asian Continent for many years.   Now, Fukuoka-city is the

International bub of Kyushu, the nation’s fourth largest economic zone. 


Fukuoka Chuo Wholesal fish Market 

The Wholesale Market is open to the public on the second Saturday of every month

as Citizens Appreciation day. Time is from 9h to 12h.

The Special event is the Tuna Cooking Show, don’t miss it.


Hakata Ramen

Food stalls “Yatai” is one thing to enjoy in Fukuoka. Despite a decline in recent year,

there are said to be more than 160. The food stalls have all kind of food, but you have

to try Hakata ramen, usually made with white soup from pork bone and thin noodles. 




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