Fukuoka Tower is Japan's highest seaside tower and the signature building of Fukuoka. Covered by 8,000 one-way mirrors, the tower is designed to be a triangular pillar that shines at both day and night. There is no better nighttime view in Fukuoka and the building's 360-degree, floor-to-ceiling windows make the bright lights of this seaside town more impressive than ever. Visitors can also visit the cafe, sit back, and enjoy the evening!
Fukuoka was completed in March 1989 with a construction period of 1 year and 2 months and a cost of 6 billion yen. In 1989, the Asia-Pacific Exposition was held to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the city. The tower is 234 meters high, and the height is the highest in Japan's coastal area. Tower lighting was awarded the 1999 Paul Watley Award for the Outdoor Department of the North American Lighting Society.
It's not very close to the city. It's about 2030 yen from the God taxi. Foreigners'fares are discounted to 640 yen. You can see a panoramic view of Fukuoka City. (There is no bathroom on the viewing platform, no bathroom)
Everywhere I go, I like to go to the highest place in the area and see the whole Fukuoka panorama. Heaven helps me too. The weather is very good that day. I go there early in the morning. There are not many tourists, so I can take pictures as much as I like. PS. Foreign tourists can get a discount on their passport tickets. It is suggested that you take buses to get there. Some buses stop at the entrance of Fukuoka. The subway may take a while.
I like this scenic spot very much. Fukuoka is the largest city in Kyushu, Japan, and the most prosperous place. Many Chinese people live here. Fukuoka is the symbol of Fukuoka. It is like a building with antenna. It has a strong modern flavor, but it is too long to take full pictures.
What impressed me most was that there was a photographic base under the tower. There was a mirror on it. People stood on the base. The image of the tower was just included in the mirror. It was convenient for tourists to take pictures with the tower. Double photos could also be included in the mirror. There is no such intimate design for similar scenic spots in China.
Unexpectedly, there are also stores recommended by Mr. Bailizi here. Because they are foreigners, the price has been reduced just by oral reply. It was a pity that I could not see the seaside park, but I saw it when I went up. Because the geographical reason is that the sun sets. Or is Port Mensi beautiful and cheap people are few! ___________
Fukuoka Pagoda, day and night are two styles, we take the bus to Fukuoka Pagoda, all the way to see the seaside scenery is very good. Foreigners can buy tickets on the basis of passport discount, 640 yen a person, after boarding Fukuoka, Fukuoka's night view is very beautiful, and there are fewer restaurants around Fukuoka, if you want to come here for dinner, you have to choose it well. We saw one in the review, eating pork chops, very good taste, many local people. It's acceptable to walk to Fukuoka for about ten minutes.
The Fukuoka Tower is 234 meters high. The ticket is about 40 meters high. There is a couple on the upstairs to take photos and watch. There is also a coffee shop on the upstairs. It can be seen all around. It's located near the sea. In the evening, the lights are beautiful and different all the year round. This place is the only way to Fukuoka and a must-see scenic spot.
I remember the straw shoes and big feet in Shallow Cao Temple, the cold buckwheat noodles on the Yachuan River in Kyoto, and the pool downstairs of Hot Sea Hot Spring Hotel that can change the lighting effect. I think of Kumamoto's hard laughter and Kumamoto's sunny day. I think of Fukuoka's abrupt sea breeze at the seaside. I think of Xiaoguo's railway going along the coastline and the snow on the shore. I remember that every time it was rainy in Tokyo, rainy and rainy, washed in spring and summer.
It's very convenient to go from Bodo Station to Fukuoka Tower. Walk to Platform 6 of Bodo Bus Terminus. You can get there by bus. Fukuoka Pagoda is the tallest coastal Pagoda in Japan. It has a bird's eye view of Fukuoka City and Bodo Bay through transparent floor windows. Once you get off the bus, you can see the towering Fukuoka Tower from afar. Fukuoka has a special 20% discount on tickets for Chinese passport holders. Take the transparent high-speed elevator, and soon arrive at the air prospect room, the whole Bodo Bay panoramic view. Fukuoka has special scenes for couples, which will attract young and romantic eyes. For more information, see Travel Notes: http://you.ctrip.com/travels/fukuoka576/2715639.html