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Fukuoka, Japan Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 450
Total Sleeping Rooms 23,871
Largest Exhibit Space 127,107 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate JPY 10,000
Average Daily Meal Cost JPY 8,000
Average Weekly Car Rental JPY 57,814

Fukuoka, Japan Things to Do and Attractions


An eleven-kilometer hiking trail that takes about four to five hours to complete, Munakata-Oshima is the only Kyushu Olle course accessible by boat. Hikers make a 25-minute ferry ride from Munakata City’s Kono Ferry Port to get to the course, where

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Fukuoka Open Top Bus

The double-decker Fukuoka Open Top Bus takes visitors on three different courses throughout Fukuoka. The sixty-minute Seaside Momochi Course features coastal views from the urban expressway with a drive around the Fukuoka Yahuoku! Dome and Fukuoka

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Uminonakamichi Seaside Park

Much more than just the home of the Marine World aquarium, Uminonakamichi Seaside Park is a family-oriented public park located on a narrow peninsula across the bay from central Fukuoka. Spanning four kilometers from end to end, the park is home to

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Marine World Uminonakamichi

Opened in 1989, Marine World Uminonanamichi is an aquarium that focuses on the aquatic life of the zone from Kyushu Island to the Sanin region, the subtropical area around Amami Oshima, and the subarctic area around Hokkaido. Located at

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Forest Adventure Itoshima

A treetop course that uses the natural forest, Forest Adventure Itoshima features several activities perfect for groups, such as climbing trees, crossing bridges, and traversing zip slides. Forest Adventure Itoshima features an adventure course as

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Known as a fishing restaurant, Zauo encourages its visitors to purchase bait from the restaurant and start fishing in the restaurant’s stocked tank to catch their meal. Once caught, Zauo will prepare your fish to your liking, be it sashimi style,

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Hakata Izumi **Michelin two starred

Hakata Izumi specializes in globefish, which is considered a delicacy but can be prepared only by highly trained chefs, as some parts of the globefish are poisonous. Hakata Izumi’s trained chefs prepare globefish in several kinds of forms, such as

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Sakurazaka Kanzanso

Perched on a lush green hill lined with luxury homes, Sakurazaka Kanzanso serves regional delicacies in a traditional Japanese style space with panoramic views of the city. The restaurant crafts its offerings with abundant seasonal ingredients from

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Hakata Hyakunengura

Nestled within a sake brewery, which was founded nearly 150 years ago and registered as one of Japan’s tangible cultural properties, Hakata Hyakunengura is a rental hall that serves traditional Japanese cuisine within a period-style atmosphere of

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Known for its seafood that visitors can choose from live tanks, Chikae serves traditional Japanese fare, including such specialties as spicy cod roe and fresh squid, in a warm, elegant space. Chikae can accommodate groups of up to 180 people.

Mariera Dinner Cruise

Relaxing and elegant, the three-deck Mariera Dinner Cruise serves original French cuisine and takes passengers for a Hakata Bay trip, highlighting such sites as the Fukuoka Tower, Hakata Pier, Fukuoka Yahuoku! Dome and Nokonoshima Island. Lunch,

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Nokonoshima Island Park

Found in the middle of Hakata Bay, Nokonoshima Island Park is rich in nature and beauty. Visitors take a ten-minute ferry ride from Meinohama, Fukuoka to this 150,000-square-meter natural park, which is filled with blossom flowers set against the

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Bayside Place Hakata

Situated near the convention area and the water, Bayside Place Hakata is a busy tourist attraction featuring shops, restaurants, hot spring facilities, and more. Visitors can enjoy duty-free shopping at the market, souvenir shop, and clothing shop,

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Kawabata Shopping Arcade

One of the oldest shopping arcades in Fukuoka, Kawabata Shopping Arcade shows visitors how the locals live, thanks to its approximately hundred-meter-long standing shops selling fabric, antique items and gifts, as well as udon and soba noodle

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