Tours & Tickets
In 2003, Japan established the Kyushu Railway Memorial Hall using the remaining buildings of the old Kyushu Railway. The Kyushu Railway Memorial Hall is divided into two parts: the exhibition inside the museum and the exhibition outside the museum. The exhibition outside the museum is divided into a vehicle exhibition hall and a mini railway park. In the vehicle display, there are two steam locomotives and five retired vehicles driving in the Kyushu Island area and a truck carrying charcoal. Some of them can be used for tourists to visit. The Mini Railway Park is a small railway playground where visitors can take a lovely tram around the park, which is the four express cars and a suburban tram that are currently on the Kyushu Island.
Kokura Castle is a castle located in Kokura North District, Kitakyushu City, Fukuoka Prefecture. It is one of the famous sightseeing spots in Kitakyushu. Kokura Castle's appearance is Tang-style structure, and is rustic and bold. The courtyard layout shows Japan's traditional etiquette, and the city's world's writer Matsumoto Kiyoden Memorial Hall is located in the city. In the Kokura Center District, the Danone Market reflects Kitukyushu's food culture and is full of vitality.
Hanoi Fujien is located in Fukuoka Prefecture, Kyushu City, and has a large area of large rattan, as well as an intoxicating wisteria dome and wisteria tunnel. There are more than 20 kinds of wisteria trees in the park, such as Noda, and vines. Some of them are more than 100 years old and have different forms. This garden is very unusual. It is a private garden. The owner is not willing to open to a large number of tourists. It is only for those who like vine flowers, and does not do all publicity.
The Moss Harbor Nostalgic District is located in Kyushu, connecting to Honshu Island. With the development of the municipality, although the nostalgic area of Menshigang has no previous scenery, the European architecture of the port area still exudes a charming charm. After re-finishing, Moss Harbor Nostalgic District has preserved the nostalgic atmosphere of Japan's Taisho period while retaining the European style of Japanese original Western architecture. After changing its name to the nostalgic area of Moji Port, the bustling port of the past has become a tourist attraction that attracts domestic and foreign tourists, shops, restaurants and other places, and allows visitors to freely take out location photography.