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[ 2012/11/21 10:00 AM to 2012/11/25 9:00 PM. ] Hakata Machiya is a facility devoted to showcasing Hakata culture. The Japanese “machiya” – or merchant townhouse will open its exhibition hall for free during the event, and the approach to Kushida Shrine will be illuminated beautifully.(Hakata Light up walk ) Discover the life and culture of Hakata at this great Autumn event.
Date: November 21st [...]
[ 2012/11/21 6:00 PM to 2012/11/25 9:00 PM. ] Fukuoka’s historical landmarks get illuminated by beautiful lights.
You can enjoy attractive Fukuoka landmarks in an unique way at night! Let’s go for a walk together!
Place:Jyoutenji-temple,Tochoji-Temple,Myourakuji-Temple,Kushida Shrine,Hakata elementary school etc. 8 places
Time:6pm – 9pm
Information office: Kushida Shrine
How to get to Kushida Shrine: Take a 30 minutes walk from Khaosan Fukuoka.
OR take a subway from Hakata station [...]
[ 2012/10/20; 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM. ] “Hakata Toumyou Watching” is a festival of lights in Hakata.
“Toumyou” is a traditional light in Japan.
You can enjoy the paper lanterns lighting up the various areas of Hakata.
More than 100,000 paper lanterns will light up streets, parks and temples in Hakata. Many artists also “paint” pictures as large as 260 feet(80 meters) in diameter on [...]
[ 2012/10/19 4:00 PM to 2012/10/28 10:00 PM. ] Beer lovers and the people in Fukuoka never miss the chance for a good festival!
German sausages, bread and wine will be on sale in German-made garden-cottage style tents!
A German folk band has ever been flown over specially to perform!
There’s even an 1800s-style merry-go-round from Germany! “Prost!”
Entrance is FREE!
(Beers 900yen, 1300yen) Lots of Traditional Foods available!
[ 2012/10/13 10:00 AM to 2012/10/14 6:00 PM. ] Browse a wide range of imported goods and food from 15 different countries as this annual event returns to Fukuoka, bigger than ever! The approach to the Sumiyoshi Shrine will be lined with unique stalls selling homewares, accessories, clothes and more! As you wander the markets, indulge in some tasty international treats at the food [...]
[ 2012/11/11 12:00 AM to 2012/11/25 12:00 AM. ] O-SUMO (Sumo Tournament in Fukuoka, Kyushu) is coming in November.
Don’t miss this chance to watch the Japanese National Sport!
Date: November 11th Sun – November 25th Sun
Ticket sales starts from 6th of October.
For more ticket information, check Here
Place: Fukuoka Kokusai Center
Access from Khaosan Fukuoka:
Take #99bus from “Hakata-ekimae E” bus stop(In front of Fukuoka Bank at [...]
[ 2012/10/07; 2:30 PM to 6:00 PM. ] If you are into Brasilian music, Capoeira, Samba or just feel like Dancing, This is the event for you! Held by the local Brasilian Cultual group. Lots of Drumming, Professional samba dance and more!!!
Feel Brasil in Fukuoka!
Candomble Dance, Belly Dance,Samba,Capoeira,Axe dance,Forro dance,Samba Reggae etc.
・Ticket 2500yen (1 Drink incl.)
・Door open 2:00pm Start 2:30pm
・Place :Jericho (Right next [...]
[ 2012/09/15 12:30 PM to 2012/09/16 11:00 PM. ]
It’s that time of year again! Stir yourself into the mix of Isla de Salsa, the 16th annual festival that is so packed with talented performers walls cannot contain it! Meet us at Seaside Momochi, Jigyo-hama the weekend of September 15th and 16th as EL GRAN COMBO, Puerto Rico’s most legendary band splashes onto the [...]
[ 2012/09/07 5:00 PM to 2012/09/08 10:00 PM. ]
Fukuoka’s entertainment district returns to its roots with a free jazz festival on multiple stages indoors and outdoors. World famous New York based Japanese jazz trumpeter Hino Terumasa headlines a stellar bill of Japanese jazz artists playing live over two nights around Nakasu.
It is a Free event! Let’s go to the site and enjoy the [...]
[ 2012/09/12 10:00 AM to 2012/09/18 9:00 PM. ] HOHYOYA festival at Hakozakigu is the biggest Autumn Festival in Kyusyu.
This festival originally started as the ceremony of releasing captive animals.
Now, this festival is also held to give thanks for autumn harvest.
About 500 stalls attract you a lot!
Let’s buy Hakata Champon (a toy made of glass) and a set of Ohajiki (marbles) as a souvenir.