Many people who come to Japan will definitely visit outlets. I found this Fukuoka outlet on the Internet, and it has been arranged on the left. When I arrived, I found that it was just a large shopping mall, and I couldn't find the Nike shop. I couldn't find many famous outlets here. It took a long time to be a little disappointed, and I didn't buy anything. Finally, I found another outlet called Tosu PREMIUM OUTLETS through Google. We gave up the itinerary the next day and went shopping. No more disappointment this time, we returned with a rewarding experience.
After returning to Fukuoka from Nokoshima Island, you can cross a bridge to Marinoa City. It is an outlet. This outlet gives people a more westernized feeling. The Ferris wheel is beautiful against the blue sky. It is divided into many areas. , The brand is also very complete, the price is very close to the people, there are many restaurants inside, you can one-stop shopping ~ you can take the 301 bus back to the city ~
There is also a big wheel in Marinoa City. The shops here are also a shopping mall composed of shops. We are planning to buy some local trinkets, but in fact, their earrings and jewelry are quite expensive.
"Marinoa City", the largest designer discount store in downtown Fukuoka, is located by the sea in the west district of Fukuoka City! From the bustling and famous "Hakata Station" and Tenjin Station, take bus 303 to the terminal station "Marinoa City"! At dusk and nightfall, take a cable car to see the beautiful scenery of Fukuoka. Seaside scenery and the famous Fukuoka Tower!
Marinoa City Fukuoka Outlet is the largest shopping village in Fukuoka. There are many brand-name discount stores and many duty-free shops, including clothing, leather bags, and footwear. You can get 8[%] exemption for single-store purchases over 10,800 yen. sale tax. Some shops are not duty-free and cannot enjoy the 8[%] consumption tax exemption. However, these shops will be marked in a prominent position at the door.
The terminal of the 303 bus from Hakata passes through Tenjin and other stations. The last train can be as long as nine o'clock. There are few tourists and many Japanese. There are a wide range of local Japanese brands, and the discounts are average. There are fewer big names in Europe and America. So it is suitable for people who like local Japanese brands to go shopping. New and old products are available. New products are not discounted. The discount rate for old products is different in each store. It is suitable to arrange for a whole day. There are also restaurants, so you won’t be hungry, and there is also Kiyoshi Matsumoto. Many shops are tax-free over 5400. Household goods, kitchen supplies, small accessories, shoes, hat shops, men's clothing, women's clothing, underwear brands, everything. The maternal and child supplies are in the McDonald's building, and the Ferris wheel is also next to the McDonald's.
Preston_Dominguez: 2-12-30 Kobe, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Hashimoto Hachimangu,Noko Museum,Atago Shrine,Fukuoka City Yacht Harbor,Meinohama Sumiyoshi Shrine