Fukuoka is on the northern shore of Japan’s Kyushu Island. The area is known for ancient temples, beaches and modern shopping malls, including Canal City. There is many souvenir shops, hotels, restaurants, and sightseeing spots in Fukuoka.
The ancient practice of Sumo dates back to the Edo period of Japan where Sumo wrestlers fought for pride and spirit. This tradition is still practiced today!
The Kawachi Fujien Garden in Kitakyushu is a collection of the most beautiful Wisteria flowers that has been captivating visitors from around the world. The Wisteria tunnels of the Kawachi Fujien Garden allow visitors to walk through a colorful canva...
Eat some delicious food and chat with locals at a Yatai or food stall in Fukuoka on Nakasu Island. With over 50 Yatai, there is something new to experience every visit.
At the Fukuoka Airport, there are so many different kinds of treats and snacks it can be hard to decide. If you are giving a gift, get some of the most delicious snacks or sweets conveniently at the airport.
Fukuoka sits on the northern shore of Japan’s Kyushu Island. The city is known for historic temples, beautiful gardens, delicious food, and shopping. There is some many things to do so there is something for everyone in Fukuoka.
There are many Pokemon Centers and Stores all throughout Japan. Pokémon started as a Game Boy and became an insanely popular anime. After Pokémon Go was released in July 2016, everyone with a smartphone was playing.
Japan has many different types of amusement parks to entertain all ages. Some parks have new attractions and some haven't changed a thing. Visit an amusement park near you while visiting Japan.
There are many festivals all year around in Japan. Each festival is different so going to more than one in one location is important. Going to a festival while visiting Japan is a great experience.
Series 500 or Evangelion Shinkansen is a limited time themed bullet train for fans of Neon Genesis Evangelion. There are many photo opportunities, a themed cafe, and goods for sale for a limited time.
Train station hopping can be a fun activity to add to your itinerary. These are 10 unique train stations in Japan that you want to check out!
It is tough to narrow down the best places to eat in Japan. However these 10 restaurants all have that something special that really makes them stand out above the rest!
We roundup top 5 Japan's coolest trains. Japan is a beautiful country that meshes modernity with tradition. There is no better example than the luxury trains that Japan has to offer.
Yufuin no Mori is a wonderfully quaint train ride in Kyushu (Fukuoka - Oita) and it is a popular tourist destination. This train is specifically designed for sightseeing so you are guaranteed a good time.
Kawachi Fuji Garden in Fukuoka is selected as one of Japan's 31 most beautiful places by CNN. Now it is very famous as beautiful wisterias garden and becomes a magical fairy land.
Fukuoka is a gourmet town located on the island of Kyushu, south-west of Japan. It is well known as the birthplace of Motsu Nabe, Tonkotsu Ramen and Mizutaki.
We are sharing with you the 10 coolest and beautifully designed Japanese Starbucks that let you keep sightseeing as you take a break. It will keeps you coming back for more!