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Meilleures attractions à visiter à Fukuoka

1. Canal City Hakata - Fukuoka

Canal City Hakata

Canal City Hakata is a large shopping and entertainment complex, calling itself a "city within the city". Attractions include about 250 shops, cafes and restaurants, a theater, game center, cinemas, two hotels and a canal running through the complex. The fifth floor consists of the "Ramen Stadium", which has eight ramen shops with noodle dishes from across Japan, including the local specialty Hakata Ramen. At the center of the canal there is a fountain with water shows every 30 minutes from 10:00 until 22:00.


2. Dazaifu Shrine - Fukuoka

Dazaifu Shrine

Among the hundreds of Tenmangu Shrines throughout Japan, Dazaifu's is the most important one alongside Kyoto's Kitano Tenmangu. Because of his great learning, Michizane has been associated with Tenjin, a Shinto deity of education, and is popular among students. Michizane passed away in Dazaifu in 903, just a few years after being sent into exile. Shortly after his death the country was ravaged by natural disasters, and people came to believe that the calamities were caused by the wrathful spirit of Michizane, still angered by his unjust treatment.


3. Food Stalls (Yatai) - Fukuoka

Food Stalls (Yatai)

Fukuoka's outdoors nourishment stands are potentially the city's best known image. Yatai can for the most part seat around seven or eight individuals and give a barometrical open air condition to appreciate different nourishments that are for the most part basic and filling. Situated amidst the city, Nakasu Island has a long line of around 20 yatai that are appealingly arranged along the water. The conclusion day differs from remain to stand, however is regularly Sunday. There can sit tight circumstances for mainstream stands, particularly on Fridays and Saturdays.


4. Fukuoka Castle - Fukuoka

Fukuoka Castle

The ruins of Fukuoka Castle are located in the middle of the city in Maizuru Park, named after the castle's alias, Maizuru Castle. Fukuoka Castle used to be the largest castle on Kyushu, but it was almost completely torn down after the Meiji Restoration as an unwanted symbol of the feudal past. Nowadays only ruined walls and a few turrets remain, and the park attracts visitors with walking trails and a few lookout points.


5. Hakata Gion Yamakasa Festival - Fukuoka

Hakata Gion Yamakasa Festival

The Hakata Gion Yamakasa is one of the most interesting festivals in Japan. It is held every year during the first half of July and climaxes with a spectacular time trial race in the early morning hours of July 15. The larger kazariyama floats stand over ten meters tall and weight over two tons. In the past they used to be raced through the streets, however, with the introduction of power lines in the Meiji Period, this became problematic, and today they only serve as decorative floats.


6. Hakata Port Tower - Fukuoka

Hakata Port Tower

Hakata Port Tower is a 103 metre high lattice tower with an observation deck in a height of 73.5 metres in Hakata-ku, Fukuoka, Japan. Hakata Port Tower was built in 1964. Hakata Port Tower is well known as a symbol of Hakata Bay. From the observatory floor of 70 meters above the ground, you can enjoy the great 360 degree panoramic view while overlooking the ships coming and going. It is also a very famous place for tourism.


7. Huis Ten Bosch theme park - Fukuoka

Huis Ten Bosch theme park

Huis Ten Bosch is a theme park in Nagasaki Prefecture which recreates a Dutch town. It is named after one of the residences of the Dutch Royal Family. Various events also take place at different times of the year, for example, a tulip festival during spring and a fireworks competition in the summer. The Theme Park Zone houses various amusements in the buildings of its reproduced Dutch old town. Many of them are modern theaters featuring 3D technology and the like.


8. International Friendship Memorial Library - Fukuoka

International Friendship Memorial Library

Kitakyushu International Friendship Memorial Library is located in Kitakyushu. See Kitakyushu International Friendship Memorial Library and all Kitakyushu has to offer by arranging your trip with our Kitakyushu itinerary maker. On the first floor in Chinese restaurant upstairs on the 3rd floor at the library viewed lending to has. Books library of friendship worthy books on China and Korea's history books and folklore and customs and mind was attracted. It is one of the most visit place for tourism in the area.


9. Nanzoin Temple - Fukuoka

Nanzoin Temple

Nanzoin Temple in Sasaguri, Fukuoka Prefecture, is home to what is possibly the world's biggest bronze statue. The Reclining Buddha's dimensions are impressive, 41 meters in length, 11 meters in height, and weighing in at 300 tons (about the weight of a jumbo jet), it dwarfs the famous giant bronze Buddha statues of Kamakura and Nara, (13m high, 93 tons, and 15m high, 250 tons, respectively), though it is much younger than those venerable, older statues, being completed in 1995.


10. Ohori Park - Fukuoka

Ohori Park

Ohori Park is a pleasant city park in central Fukuoka with a large pond at its center. There is a walking path around the circumference of the pond that is just a little over two kilometers long and is popular for jogging, walking pets and leisurely strolls by the water. The park was constructed between 1926 and 1929 and designed after the classical garden style of the West Lake in China. There are three islands in the middle of the pond that are connected to the mainland and each other by elegant stone bridges.


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