Fukuoka is a well-known travel destination for world-wild travelers as well as other cities like Tokyo or Sapporo because Fukuoka is the largest city of Kyushu (the island in west Japan). Apart from the large area, Fukuoka is also the 5th most populous city in Japan. With the city size, I can say Fukuoka is offered everything whether it’s nature trips, temples, shrines, shopping, or even foods. Of course, in Kyushu, you probably can’t start traveling elsewhere if you don’t come to Fukuoka first, haha.
Overview of Northern Kyushu Island Trip Plan PANTIP
For this Kyushu trip, I traveled for 8 days with the main cities and locations which were Fukuoka, Nagasaki, Yufuin, Kumamoto, and two other places in Kumamoto prefecture; Takachiho and Mount Aso that I will write the separate reviews because it was a superb full day trip. 😚
Which cities should I stay overnight on this trip?
For me, I chose to sleep in 2 cities, Fukuoka and Kumamoto as the main base.
- Sleeping in Fukuoka for the first 4 nights to travel in the city. As for Nagasaki and Yufuin, I did the one-day trip then returning to accommodate in Fukuoka.
- Sleeping in Kumamoto for the next 2 nights to travel in the downtown area, then going to Takachiho and Mount Aso, then going back to Kumamoto.
- Last night at Fukuoka before flying back to my home country (Thailand)
Do I Need to Buy a Pass to Travel to Kyushu?BUY IT! if you plan to travel Kyushu Island and go outside of Fukuoka city, it’s saved cost, convenience, and quick! The recommended pass is the JR Kyushu Rail Pass, which is divided into 3 subdivided passes; 1) All Kyushu Area Pass 2) Northern Kyushu Area Pass 3) Southern Kyushu Area Pass. Now, it depends on where you plan to go.
If referring to where I went or attraction in this review, I only traveled to the northern part of Kyushu. If any of you like to follow my trip plan, you can buy the JR Kyushu Northern Pass upon using the JR trains running between cities. But this pass is not compatible with Fukuoka subway or trams in different cities.
If you want an easy-to-buy, to-pay, a convenient to pick up recommendation. I prefer buying it online via KLOOK, the website that sells almost all travel tickets on this planet, LOL. With a cheaper price than the other agencies, it’s convenient because we can click to buy and pay by credit card through the website. Then, KLOOK will send you an Exchange Order or booking confirmation via email. You should printout the document and present it at the JR Ticket Office. The branch I exchanged is at JR Hakata Station.
Buying the JR Northern Kyushu Pass with KLOOK is very advisable .. I bought it just 2 days before going to Japan, it’s good that it doesn’t have to be complicated like mailing an Exchange Order to home address because it’s sent directly to email. You just printout the document and exchange it in Japan. That’s it. Anyone interesting in this, you can buy it at the banner below. There are passes for All Kyushu, Northern Kyushu, and Southern Kyushu.
For this trip, which day should we use the JR Kyushu Pass? Take a look at the given guide plan table above. There’s clearly expressed in detail. This Fukuoka review has not yet used the JR Kyushu Pass. But just in case, you can turn an Exchange Order into a real ticket at Hakata Station, and informing the officer when you want to start using it. You can also reserve a train ticket with a Reserved Seat in advance.
A Collection of All Hashcorner Kyushu Travel Reviews
1. Review: Fukuoka + Dazaifu
2. Review: Nagasaki
3. Review: Yufuin
4. Review: Kumamoto
5. Review: Mount Aso
6. Review: Takachiho
Day 1: Fukuoka
I have to say before visiting Fukuoka and Kyushu Island, I had been to Okinawa. After that, I took the domestic flight and arrived at Fukuoka in the afternoon. So, on the first day of this trip, I will take you to only one place which is the Nanzoin Temple, heh-heh.
Nanzoin Temple is in the city of Sasaguri. You have to take a train from Fukuoka for about half an hour. The way to access there is not difficult. Just get on the JR Sasaguri Line and get off at Kido Nanzoin-Mae Station, then walk a bit further along the path.
Nanzoin Temple is quite famous in Kyushu but less recognition among tourists. This temple is said to be the starting point of the Sasaguri Pilgrimage which are 88 pathways, and this Sasaguri route is one of the 3 most famous pilgrimage routes in Japan.
Inside of the temple was very quiet, so it was given a true temple feel, not just a place for tourism (Maybe because I arrived at 3 pm so there were just a few people, haha). With a peaceful atmosphere, it made me feel good and I appreciated the place. When walking in, you’ll see the Buddha statue that his golden color stomach turns into bronze color due to being rubbed by people who are believed if they rub the belly of this Buddha statue, they will be lucky 😁 // For those who have plenty of time, you can walk around the temple area, walk along the path, pass through the temple, you’ll see a large statue of the deity. After that, look at the left, there will be a path walking-up to the small shrine above.
Then, I’ll take you to the highlight of this temple which is the bronze statue of a reclining Buddha they claim to be the largest statue in the world. Now, the way to get to the destination is; walk back to the temple area and observe the English sign written as ‘Big Buddha’, then, follow the path until you find a tunnel which will lead you to the bronze reclining Buddha. On the way, you’ll meet the 7 Lucky Gods (七 福神, Shichifukujin) of Japan. I recommend you to stop, pay respect, and bless. This place is famous for wishing good fortune.
I read the info somewhere, they stated the abbot of Nanzoin temple used to receive a 130-million-yen lottery after placing the lottery ticket next to the Daikokuten statue which is a god of wealth and commerce. When someone followed and got the price as well, the temple becomes very famous for fortune blessing.
After leaving the tunnel, you’ll find an open space splitting into two ways. One is to walk up to the shrine above. Another is to go to the bronze reclining Buddha statue. I advise you to go to the Buddha statue first, then walk back to the shrine. After reaching my first destination, the bronze reclining Buddha statue is really huge and beautiful. The greatest thing was when I arrived there, there were no people at all. It was truly quiet; I was wondering that no tourists really know this place or I came too late?
This sleeping Buddha statue has a story. Nanzoin Temple has donated to help Myanmar many times until Myanmar is rewarded by sending the Lord Buddha’s relics. Besides, the temple abbot has won lotteries over and over. He then took that money to build this bronze reclining Buddha statue to hold the Lord Buddha’s relics under the base. // If you want to visit the base, the entrance fee is 500 yen.
At the time, I didn’t get in the base because I had to travel at the required time before sunset. But just walking around, I was already enjoyed the moment. Next, I continued walking towards the top shrine by returning to the path where I met the 7 birthday stone statues that wearing colorful clothes. This path is split to the shrine where we were heading above.
There is a walkway with many Torii gates before approaching the Nanzoin Temple’s shrine, it looks magical and amazing. According to the beliefs of Japanese people, before walking through a Torri Gate. The worshipers should bow to show respect for the sacred around there and should not walk in or out at the center path, should walk on the left or right side instead. Because the Japanese believe that the path at the center is made for gods only.
In my opinion, if you come during the day it might be less beautiful than in the evening. The time I got here is around 5 pm. It was almost dark. So, they lighted the Laternen along the path, it was a very impressive arrangement. I admit looking from the picture is not as beautiful as seeing with my own eyes. Haha. Well, there were no people at all, it was quiet and almost creepy LOL.
Summary of the Fukuoka first day trip, well, the Nanzoin temple is very impressive. Honestly, I’m not a big fan of a temple or shrine, but I don’t know if I’m getting old or what. It’s like…walking leisurely in the temple makes me feel so calm and enjoyable. Oh… or I’m already getting older? // Before boarding the train back, I met the cute cat. I was about to catch and hug him but he got scared, then ran away 🤣
DAY 2: Dazaifu + Fukuoka
Buy the Fukuoka Tourist City Pass First!
To save budget in a Fukuoka trip, I recommend you to buy the Fukuoka Tourist City Pass. It will be a card (which is holy BIG!) to use on the subway, train, and bus in Fukuoka city. Firstly, you have to understand a little about your plan for what kind of public transport you need. And see how you should buy the Fukuoka Tourist City Pass because there are 2 types to choose from.
There are two types of Fukuoka Tourist City Pass: 820 yen and 1,340 yen. If you plan to visit Dazaifu, you have to buy 1,340-yen pass to get on the special line of Nishitetsu Company (not JR) to Dazaifu station.
The difference between 820 yen and 1,340 yen of the Fukuoka Tourist City Pass is; the 820 yen can use on the subway, some JR trains (Stations between Uminonakamichi to Takeshita), Nishitetsu Bus and Showa Bus company. For 1,340 yen, you’ll get everything available for 820-yen pass. Including, you can take the train of Nishitetsu company. This train is used for Dazaifu city. // You may be confused by reading this. For more info, you can click this link to see the brochures of these passes ⎡nishitetsu.jp/docs/en/tourist_pass.pdf⎦, take a look for better understanding.
The plans for this trip review, in the morning, I’ll take you to Dazaifu. And in the afternoon, I’ll travel to Fukuoka city by using the subway to reach all destinations. So, if you follow this plan… buy a Fukuoka Tourist City Pass for 1,340 yen. The most convenient place to buy is at the Tourist Information at JR Hakata Station.
For those who plan to visit Dazaifu and Yanagawa by cruising along the river. You should buy the “Dazaifu and Yanagawa Sightseeing Ticket” instead. This one can find more details on google, surely it has a lot to read for.
As I mention above, half-day morning, we’ll visit Dazaifu, a small old town that is now becoming a tourist city. The Access-transportation is easy because we can take a train from Fukuoka downtown to Dazaifu within only half an hour. In Dazaifu, there are not many places to visit. But there’s a walking street with famous cool design furnished Starbuck, Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine, and Komyozenji Temple which was closed on the day I visited. // very sad T-T
! The access to Dazaifu is to arrive in the Tenji neighborhood first (You can take the subway). After that, get on the Nishitetsu train at the Tenji Station which is the point of origin, stop to change at Futsukaichi Station, then continue to Dazaifu Station.
Walking Street to the Shrine ..
So many foods out there! 😱
Departing from Dazaifu Station, I was frightened because there were so crowded. Also, when I got there, it was raining. At the train station, you’ll find all the goods sold around the area. Don’t be into it just yet. The best selling point is not here, let us take a straight short walk and turn right. There are shops along the street. This street is led to Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine.
If you wake up early and haven’t eaten any foods yet. You don’t have to worry. Right here! There are so many foods to eat on the street to Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine. There are restaurants, snack shops, souvenir shops, including Starbucks which is famous for its outstanding design. At first, I wanted to grab something but there was a long queue, plus, no seats. So, I better walked out to get Japanese sweets LOL.
The must-eat when visiting Dazaifu is the grilled mochi with red bean paste (Umegae Mochi). It’s very tasty, their sweets are made daily fresh from a mochi grill pan. Take a bite, you’ll find the soft texture of flour and red bean that explodes in your mouth. This one is really good.
Who’s coming to Dazaifu and not having mochi, it’s such a wasted opportunity! Now, the problem is Mochi shops are a lot in this area, I have no idea which one is topnotch, famous, or original. From what I tried in 2 different shops, I’d like to recommend this one, don’t know what the shop name. I only have a picture of its front view. The mochi is very soft and tasty.
Tenzan (天山 本店) is another shop I tried, it’s a Daifuku series using a fresh strawberry. I ate two which are wafers with strawberry, red bean, and green tea filling. The other one is a Daifuka top with HUGE strawberry! It’s huge and very sweet. This is a must! I heard this shop has won many awards as well.
Eat to fulfill our satisfaction, then you’ll reach the end of the walking street which located the entrance gate of Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine.
The Dazaifu Tenmangu shrine has a background, once I know the ins and outs of deity this shrine worshiped. I cried out like… Oh, this is the reason why so many people come here and are highly respected by Japanese especially a student. Students like to come and make a wish for their studies. I will briefly explain this background so when you come, you’ll comply with it, including making the right wishes.
Dazaifu Tenmangu is the Tenjin shrine, the god of education. Tenjin is a significant person in history that really existed in Japan during the Heian period (over a thousand years ago). His real name is Sugawara no Michizane, which he had risen to a civil service position with ability and perseverance until becoming a Level 5 and a close confidant of the Emperor Uda. His position was so huge that gained leverage against Fujiwara Family, the most powerful clan of that time.
After Emperor Uda had ended his period, Emperor Daigo succeeded the throne. The head of the Fujiwara family managed to have Michizane exiled to Kyushu, right here in Dazaifu. Not long afterward, he died. And the body of Michizane was buried with this Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine.
There is a story told that the spirit of Michizane took revenge on the nobility of the Fujiwara clan, also the children of Emperor Daigo. Some died of the disease. Some were struck by lightning. Or even some died without knowing the reason. This made the rest of the Fujiwara clan were terrified of the Michizane spirit and agreed to build the Kitano Tenmangū shrine in Kyoto, and Dazaifu Tenmangu to ask for forgiveness and worship Sugawara no Michizane as the god of wise man or Tenjin to calm down the spirit.
In front of the shrine entrance, you’ll see a long line of people come to take a picture of the cow statue. According to the story, they said a cow is an animal that bears the body of Michizane after his death. Therefore, they believe that if you rub the head and horn of this statue, you will be lucky, which I didn’t do it because of a long queue LOL.
Walking further, you’ll find two arch bridges crossing the pond to the Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine. It’s said these bridges cross from the past to the present and the present to the future. The pond is built in the shape of Kanji written as 心 means heart. Anyone who plans to come here, try taking a good look at it, hahaha.
When you already pay respect and request for a blessing at Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine. I advise you to make a detour to the back, keep walking, then you’ll find many restaurants, the staff beckons us to go inside. if you’re not hungry, just walk past it, haha.
Continue walking, there will be another way up to the Tenkai Inari shrine, the oldest shrine worshiping God Inari in Kyushu. At the entrance, there are Torri built up along the way until reaching the shrine area. This looks stunning!
The atmosphere around Tenkai Inari Shrine is different from Dazaifu Tenmangu because the place was really quiet. Maybe it is unpopular for tourists even though this shrine is believed to ask for all kinds of blessings.
Going out of Dazaifu Shrine, then using Google Maps right away to search for Komyozenji Temple location. Downloading data… then Oh! It’s just next to the Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine! So I headed there with a strange feeling because the Dazaifu shrine area was packed with visitors but here was unusually quiet.
The more I walked; the more I couldn’t see other people. ‘til I reached Komyozenji Temple, then I realized the reason why… Oi, the temple was closed! // Before planning to come here, I looked at the pictures through the internet and found this place was quite lovely. 😰 This is super sad!
All around was quiet, there was also a sign hanging in front of the gate announcing ‘Closed’… Finally, weeping to the train station to return to Fukuoka. // Actually no, I was just kidding. I happily walked back to the walking street and enjoyed more snacks to fill my belly. Oh, why delicious food must be fat, I don’t get it? LOL
Back to Fukuoka ..
Returning to Fukuoka, then we’ll go to one more shrine. I feel like this trip becomes a merit accumulation trip. I promise this Kushida Shrine will be the last one in Fukuoka travel review. For the access, let us take the subway to get to Gion Station, then walk a bit to reach there. 😘
Kushida Shrine is more than 1,200 years old which is claimed to be the oldest shrine in Fukuoka city. The blessing to look for at Kushida Shrine is about business and trading. So, if you want to wish for business prosperity, you should come here.
Compared to Dazaifu Tenmagu we had been in the morning, the shrine here is quite small and not crowded. I walked into the shrine, washed my hands and mouth according to Japanese tradition. Then, walked in to throw a coin, made a wish, and followed the steps I mention in the Dazaifu part. Both of these 2 consecutive days were full of merit, haha.
If any of you come to visit Fukuoka during July, don’t forget to attend the Hakata Gion Yamakasa festival which has the Kushida shrine as the festival’s host shrine. There will be a parade competition around Hakata. Many people said the event is huge and great.
Canal City Hakata
At first, I didn’t plan to shop at Canal City Hakata at all, but as I walked out of the Kushida Shrine and found the department store escalator located near the exit. I was like ‘well, I should stop by this mall’. When proceeding in, OMG, the mall is well-decorated and sited many stores. Though the mall directory is extremely complicated. It is so big that there are 3-4 buildings with the connecting corridor. I was lost and confused LOL.
Canal City Hakata is a popular shopping destination among teenagers because there are top brands such as Adidas, Stussy, ABC Mart, Dr Marten, Muji, H&M, Zara, Uniqlo, Onitsuka Tiger, Bershka, including many Multi-brand stores. In these stores, they've mostly displayed street clothes. The most popular brand now is Champion. It can be said if you’re a shopaholic. Coming here is eligible for bankruptcy and every store can do the Tax-Free.
After exploring around, 80% of brand clothes are well-nigh cheaper than the stores in my country. Especially, a Japanese brand that almost half cheaper. Well yeah… let’s make a trade! Haha. But the thing that made me jaw-dropping was, I came to Japan during the Chinese New Year so they offered a lot of discounts. I heard it was a Final Sale period…please underlined the FINAL SALE!
The shopping here is a great stress-relieving. If you walk in the evening ‘til late evening. The mall provides the dancing fountain performance (along with music) for customers. Wow, that’s classy and such an enjoyment. If you’re looking for clothing brands, I think this place is the best in Fukuoka.
Yatai Food Stalls
From Canal City Hakata, let leave the mall from the Hotel Grand Hyatt Fukuoka exit, then walk along the road, across the bridge. You’ll find Yatai, a kiosk restaurant lines up more than 10 restaurants on Nakasu Island. This is my most recommended because it is considered to try having the famous food of Fukuoka. Moreover, you can enjoy the distinctive atmosphere here.
Tasting the real Fukuoka, you shsould come to eat in Yatai which is the name for a street food stall that sells simple meals. It’s opened from 6 pm to 2 am, and most importantly, Yatai can only be found in this area of Japan. The must-try dishes are Hakata Ramen and grilled chicken (Yakitori).
When arriving at the destination, you’ll see many Yatai Kiosks. Asked which restaurant should I get in? well, I don’t know too, when I was there, I just chose it randomly. But what caught me was the available English menu from the shop located nearly at the end of the walkway. The staff will let you order first, later, will take you inside the food stall. I ordered the Hakata Ramen and a plate of grilled chicken skewers. Before serving the main dish, they will serve Japanese edamame to let us chew first (compulsory served and cost around 200 yen). After that, the order will be delivered gradually.
Hakata Ramen is very delicious. The pork bone broth is condensed and savory. The noodle texture is perfectly soft-sticky. It’s just really good!
As for the grilled chicken skewers, the plate is included 6 pieces with some chicken parts whether it be the chest, skin, and gut. If eating with beer, it’s a heavenly taste. But the beer price here in Yatai is desperately expensive. So, I didn’t order it LOL… enjoy eating until fully satisfied, after that, I headed to the subway to get back to the hotel.
Accommodation in Fukuoka PANTIP
⚡️The most convenient areas to select the accommodation in Fukuoka are Hakata and Tenjin.
If you want a piece of advice on looking for accommodation in Fukuoka, I would recommend finding a hotel or accommodation in the Hakata neighborhood which is easily accessible from the airport. There is a subway station used for traveling within Fukuoka, as well as JR stations and Shinkansen stations to travel to other cities in Kyushu Island. So, this area is the most convenient. Alongside the train station, there are restaurants and shopping malls as well.
The second choice after Hakata is Tenjin, this area is superlative famous for shopping. The access is also convenient next below Hakata. There are a subway and a train station of Nishitetsu company for traveling to Dazaifu which has already been reviewed above.
For the three hotels below are the hotel I had indeed stayed on this trip. If you approve it, you can make a reservation. But if you disapprove of it, there will be another suggestion. Let’s take a look ❤
montan HAKATA Hostel
The first accommodation I stayed at was the montan HAKATA Hostel. It is a chic design hostel that modified the old apartment building into a new marvelous place. The location is not far from Hakata Station, it’s about 800 meters, just that, haha. The ground floor is a common area that looks more like a Co-working Space with many tables. There is a communal kitchen which I think, not many people come here to cook (well, it’s an open area, who will have the guts to do it?), moreover, the hostel provides coffee throughout the day and also serving simple breakfast. I woke up late and never made it in time LOL.
The hostel includes dormitory rooms, as well as private rooms that are larger than other hostels in Japan. The price of a single room for 2 people I got an offer from Expedia is 81 USD / night.
I myself stayed in a private room. There is an apartment room vibe, well, of course, it’s renovated from the old apartment… the room is quite wide that they can fit the sofa inside. There is also a terrace where you can walk out to see the Fukuoka scenery. Including a small standard Japanese hotel bathroom. There are a fridge and a comfortable bed. Personally, I think the place is quite fair.
Fukuoka Backpackers Hostel
The day I stayed in this hostel, all accommodation in Fukuoka was almost full. There left only the room rates 10,000 baht per night. Some rooms here in Fukuoka Backpackers Hostel were still available, so people with a limited budget (like me, haha) considered this as another option which was worth the price. Here is a true hostel, not as luxurious as the above one I reviewed. But It is not bad at all, you get what you pay for. The only thing is the hostel location is a bit far from Hakata Station. It’s about 1.2 km, take a long-long walk LOL.
The hostel includes dormitory rooms, as well as private rooms without an en-suite bathroom. All guest has to use shared bathrooms. The price of a single room for 2 people I got an offer from Expedia is 45 USD / night.
The hostel here has 3 or 4 floors (I’m not sure). The room I stayed in is a single room with a bunk bed on the second floor. There are a small set of writing table and chair you can use. In front of the room, they provide washbasin, two bathrooms, and a shared fridge. The other facilities such as a shower room are on the ground floor, and the common area where you can watch TV, sit, or cook, is on the top floor.
Hotel Ascent Fukuoka
The last hotel I checked in was Hotel Ascent Fukuoka. The place is quite old because I think It’s been a long-running business located just off the Tenjin Station, you have to cross the road and take a short walk. The hotel is considered an excellent location surrounded by shopping malls and food at a fairly affordable price.
The room I stayed in is a Semi-double room which is exactly the standard Japanese hotel room size. It is not very narrow, still having some breathing space, TV, refrigerator. The price of a single room for 2 people I got an offer from Expedia is 66 USD / night.
The price is including the hotel breakfast. The breakfast here is okay, the food is not very outstanding but can sustain the morning life LOL. // you pay only about 66 USD per night with the hotel in Japan. For this price, I think this is worth.
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ภูมิภาคคันไซ (Kansai Region)
1. รีวิว โอซาก้า (Osaka)
2. รีวิว Universal Studios Japan (USJ)
3. รีวิว เกียวโต (Kyoto)
4. รีวิว นารา (Nara)
5. รีวิว โกเบ (Kobe)
6. รีวิว ฮิเมจิ (Himeji)
7. รีวิว อิเสะ-ชิมะ (Ise-Shima) กำลังเขียน .
8. รีวิว อิกะ อุเอโนะ (Iga Ueno) กำลังเขียน .
9. รีวิว อะซุกะ (Asuka) กำลังเขียน .
ภูมิภาคชูบุ (Chubu Region)
ภูมิภาคคิวชู (Kyushu Region)
13. รีวิว ฟุกุโอกะ-ดาไซฟุ (Fukuoka-Dazaifu)
14. รีวิว นางาซากิ (Nagasaki)
15. รีวิว ยูฟูอิน (Yufuin)
16. รีวิว คุมาโมโตะ (Kumamoto)
17. รีวิว ภูเขาไฟอะโสะ (Mount Aso)
18. รีวิว ทาคาชิโฮ (Takachiho)
ภูมิภาคโอกินาว่า (Okinawa Region)
ภูมิภาคฮอกไกโด (Hokkaido Region)
20. รีวิว ซัปโปโร (Sapporo)
21. รีวิว โอตารุ (Otaru)
22. รีวิว อาซาฮิกาวะ-บิเอะ (Asahikawa-Biei)
23. รีวิว อะบาชิริ-คุชิโระ (Abashiri-Kushiro)
24. รีวิว ฮาโกดาเตะ (Hakodate)
ภูมิภาคชูโกกุ (Chugoku Region)
25. รีวิว ฮิโรชิม่า (Hiroshima)
26. รีวิว เกาะมิยาจิม่า (Miyajima)
27. รีวิว โอคายาม่า-คุราชิกิ (Okayama-Kurashiki)