Sometimes, the best way to see a city is on two wheels.
By Megan Kitt 3 min read
A short distance from the concrete and noise of the city lies Seaside Momochi.
Canal City Hakata is a large shopping and entertainment complex in Fukuoka and is a must see on your visit to the city.
The Hakata Gion Yamakasa Festival is held from July 1 to 15 at the Kushida Jinja Shrine, a Shinto shrine that is said to have been founded in 757 AD.
Next time you are in Fukuoka make sure you try all that the city has to offer; that means Motsunabe, Mentaiko, Yuzu Kosho and yes of course don’t forget Ramen too!
For a taste of history and the chance to see flying trees, a visit to Dazaifu makes a great day trip from Fukuoka.
Whichever way you go, and whatever you take in, a walking tour of Fukuoka is the best way to see the city.
Got a craving for something other than sushi or ramen? Try these delicious international restaurants.
If you love the outdoors, great food, lots of shopping or friendly people, Fukuoka is the place for you.
From high end to hipster fashion when it comes to shopping Fukuoka really does offer something for everyone.
From barbecuing to camping to a romantic dinner cruise, Fukuoka during the summer offers plenty of interesting and fun things for you to try.
Whether you walk around the castle, paddle the swan boat on the lake, or just sit down and enjoy the scenery, Ohori Koen will always leave you feeling refreshed and happy.