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Last Updated on July 22, Fukuoka City was once a city divided by a river. Time fused the two together and although Fukuoka is the official name, Hakata is the name, most Japanese know it as. Today, as the biggest city in the Kyushuu territory, Fukuoka bridges Japan with Seoul and Shanghai as a port city.
To be candid, I wrote about my manga adventure in Fukuoka, but finding an adventure in the day was a different story. Fukuoka holds a quiet lifestyle, linking to beaches and parks. There are definitely more places to visit in Japan to fill a longer itinerary, but lets start with traveling Fukuoka first! Yes, Fukuoka has robots! Robosquare is a museum of interactive robot technology was the highlight of my time in Fukuoka.
The museum showcases robots and 70 types workshops in robotic technology. English-speaking guides will tell you about the robots. Post coming soon!
Textile weaver creates fine Japanese fabrics by hand. The festival is in July and has me pining for a summer return! Cost: Free. See tourism website. Shintoism and Buddhism are the main religions in Japan. Temples and shrines occasionally have shops, which sell ritual souvenirs and prayer card or fortunes you can buy for a small monetary donation.
It was my favorite, with the most to see. Admission: Free. Tochoji Temple houses a 5 story pagoda and a Fukuoka Daibutsu a giant wooden Buddha. Both shrines are located in walking distance from each other, near the Gion Subway station. A splashily-designed shopping mall , it will catch your attention with its flash and cheese. Brothels line the street advertising women, who will service you with blow jobs or any other pleasure.