This the Route D. In this route we will visit beautiful Japanese garden and historic shrine, and then come to a local shopping street of long time popularity. At last we go to explore the biggest seafood market in Fukuoka city. ① Rakusui’en garden: a Japanese garden built 100 years ago. Now a good place to enjoy Japanese traditional macha in its tea room. ② Sumiyoshi shrine: a famous and historic shrine that offering the god of sumo, Japanese national sport. The grand statue of Japanese wrestler in traditional dress and the arena is very worthy visiting. ③ Minoshima shopping street: a lively shopping street which still keep the warmness and kindness from last century. To chat with the shop clerk is very happy. In the street you always can find delicious food of reasonable price. ④ Yanabashi seafood market: The biggest seafood market inside the city and that’s why it is called Hakata kitchen. The market mains in seafood, having more than 50 shops. To discover the rare fish here is always interesting. Route D is open at 2:00 pm. every Friday and Saturday.
Hi everyone! My name is Nagafuchi. I was born in Fukuoka City, and have been working in the local broadcast. I like travelling very much. I traveled aboard many times. I also like history, and I wish the people who visit Fukuoka could know more about this city, including its history and culture. And that is why I started the walking tour project Burabura Fukuoka in 2016. I am the guide of the 3 hours walking tour, and Burabura Fukuoka offers the guide service of Japanese and English. All the 4 routes start from Hakata station, and leaving you with different different amazing memory of the city
①Rakusui’en garden: a Japanese garden built 100 years ago. Now a good place to enjoy Japanese traditional macha in its tea room. ②Sumiyoshi shrine: a famous and historic shrine that offering the god of sumo. ③Minoshima shopping street: a lively shopping street. ④Yanabashi seafood market: The biggest seafood market . The market mains in seafood, having more than 50 shops. There are many rare fishes, so watching them is very enjoyable .
Please wear shoes that easy to walk when you join our tour. Please prepare umbrella in raining days.
Please wear shoes that easy to walk when you join our tour. Please prepare umbrella in raining days. Extra payment in the tour : ticket ror Rakusuien garden 100JPY/person