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Fukuoka Tower

Fukuoka Tower

Admire the lustre of the city from the 360 degree observation deck. The tower that was built in 1989 as a monument of the Asian Pacific Expo and is 234 metres high and covered with mirrors.
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Fukuoka Castle

At the Fukuoka Castle you can see the few remains of this early 17th century hilltop castle. However, the gardens and the view are worth the visit alone.
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Shrines and Temples

Marvel at the elegant beauty of the many shrines and temples dotting the city. Do not miss the Hakozaki Shrine, Kushida Shrine, Shofukuji Temple and the Tochoji Temple.
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Fukuoka Art Museum

The Fukuoka Art Museum hosts current as well as permanent exhibitions of modern and pre-modern art. Here you can also visit the Kids Corner, eat at the restaurant and buy something in the bookshop.
Yanagawa

Yanagawa

Just 45 minutes south of Fukuoka city you will find Yanagawa city, known for the waterway that crosses it in two directions. A trip on one of the small boats is a must, as well as a visit to Ohana, where you will find the Shoto Park. While in Yanagawa, try the delicious unage (eel) cuisine which the city is renowned for.
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Rakusui-en

Rakusui-en is a beautiful traditional Japanese garden with colourful foliage, a waterfall and a restored Meiji era teahouse. This is the perfect place for a relaxing stroll.
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Yu no Hana Onsen (Public bath house)

Yu no Hana Onsen is a public bath house, great after a hard day’s sightseeing. Here you can sit back and soak away the aches and pains in a beautiful Japanese surroundings.
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Fukuoka City Museum

Fukuoka City Museum is a fantastic museum that gives an interesting insight into the history and culture of the area. The museum offers both permanent and special exhibitions.
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