Your place to stop for travel guides and free maps for Kyushu
This center is located on the ground floor of the Hakata Station in between the two main exits and has maps and travel pamphlets for all of Kyushu in Japanese, English, Korean and Chinese. It is a go...
This is the place if you want to buy the Fukuoka Tourist City Pass or the Fukuoka Subway 2-day pass. All the ladies (yes, all of them are ladies) speak fluent English and are very courteous. Next to t...
Centrally located in Hakata JR Station. Very nice hostesses who will take care of all you question also in the English language. On one side there is a splendid unit where you can collect information ...
JR Railway Shinkansen Sakura, models are N700 and 800. This 800-seat interior is a Western-style woven seat, gold foil wall, lining rope curtain, etc. It was made using the latest materials and advanced technology, combined with Japanese craftmanship. The Shinkansen looks like a domestic high-speed rail, but it is fast. It moves at 250 kilometers per hour. It takes 1 hour and 20 minutes from Kagoshima to Fukuoka. The smooth design of the front is also to reduce the resistance when driving, the interior is decorated with brown as the background color, and the distant mountain pattern allows people to enjoy the speed of the journey in a calm and peaceful atmosphere.
Im about to drive, Im going to buy a train lunch. Its very popular in Japan and its delicious. And I feel that Taiwan has also received a lot of influence in this respect (the same fine Taiwanese bento).
This is a classic 770 yen, calculated by 100 yen = 6 RMB, about 45 yuan, similar to the high-speed rail lunch. Drink 140 yen, about 8.4 yuan. A meal of 50-80 yuan is the approximate price of Japanese light meals.
New Year's Day in Fukuoka, you must come to Hakata Station after the night falls. You can not only buy and buy in Hakata Hankyu, but also enjoy the colorful light of the Sensation in the square. Numerous light bulbs of different colors will be decorated here into dreams. Romantic casino. There is also a lively market in the square, drinking mulled wine, eating warm stomach food, strolling around the fun stalls with all kinds of small objects, feeling good festive atmosphere!