Fukuoka is a medium sized city on Japan’s Kyushu Island. It is considered one of the most livable cities in the world, partially due to its urban design, low population density and even climate. The city is a rapidly growing economic center, with an active port and airport serving the economic booms on Asia’s mainland. Tourists will enjoy the many parks in the city, as well as fun museums like ROBOSQUARE where visitors can play with and build different types of robots. In general, Fukuoka is a great place to experience a typical Japanese lifestyle, as residents are very friendly and the city is extremely safe.
吴立珍Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine is a very old temple. You will arrive at Omotesando from the station and walk slowly to Tenmangu Shrine. It is a holy place to pray for the title of the gold list. It is said that many local parents who love their children and high school students who are about to take the college entrance examination come. Please bless this.
吴立珍Dahao Park is located in the west of Fukuoka City. The park is built around the moat of Fukuoka City. The shape resembles the West Lake of Hangzhou. The poolside is filled with wind-swaying weeping willows and beautiful rhododendrons, adding a lot of beauty to the entire park.
素素77There are many shrines in Japan, all of which are different in size. Some shrines are very famous, and some are less well-known, but they are all worth visiting to appreciate the local cultural characteristics. There are many shrines in Fukuoka, and this one is the most famous. The area of the shrine is relatively large, and the cherry blossoms bloom earlier than other places.
素素77Canal City Hakata is located in the center of Fukuoka City. It is a large shopping mall that integrates dining, entertainment and shopping. The fountain of Canal City is very beautiful and is a view of the shopping mall. Many tourists will rest and chat around the fountain.
素素77When traveling in Fukuoka, Japan, my family would go for a walk in the seaside park every evening. There are many scenic spots near the Seaside Park. The Fukuoka Museum, Fukuoka Dome, and Fukuoka Tower are all close to each other. There are many shopping malls, shopping centers, and drugstores that are frequented by local citizens next to the waterfront park. Because there are not many tourists here, most of them cannot be refunded.