Fukuoka travel guide

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You're Going to Love Fukuoka

The largest city on Japan's island of Kyushu, Fukuoka is a site of pilgrimage for noodle lovers, an enthralling historic city, and one of Japan's baseball centers. Fun, friendly, and compact, it's a great Japanese destination.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Fukuoka

When to Visit Fukuoka

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Spring is the ideal time to go. Between March and early June, the city is adorned with gorgeous cherry blossoms and the temperature rises into the 70s.

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How to Get to Fukuoka

Airports near Fukuoka

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Where to Stay in Fukuoka

The Hilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk has sublime views, the Hotel Nikko Fukuoka is a good upscale option, while if you want to get away from it all, try the Luigans Spa and Resort.

Popular Neighborhoods in Fukuoka

Where to stay in popular areas of Fukuoka

Most booked hotels in Fukuoka

How to Get Around Fukuoka

The Cost of Living in Fukuoka

Shopping Streets

Tenjin is definitely the place to shop. With huge department stores like Fukuoka Mitsukoshi and Tenjin Core, shopping fans will be in paradise.

Groceries and Other

Fukuoka's supermarkets include Seiyu and Aeon. Expect to pay about ¥700 for a gallon of milk.

Cheap meal
Cheap meal
C$ 7.79
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
C$ 42.43
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
C$ 2.51
C$ 3.99

Where to Eat in Fukuoka

Ramen is king in Fukuoka. Great places to grab gourmet noodles include Hakata Issou and Mengekijo Genei, which is set up like a culinary theater. Expect to pay about ¥1,000 for a fantastic bowl of food.

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