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Transportation Spots in Chikuho Area

  • Shin-iizuka
    Transportation
    Fukuoka Pref
  • Nogata(Fukuoka)
    Transportation
    Fukuoka Pref
  • Iizuka
    Transportation
    Fukuoka Pref
  • Keisen
    Transportation
    Fukuoka Pref
  • Tagawagotoji
    Transportation
    Fukuoka Pref
  • Tagawaita
    Transportation
    Fukuoka Pref
  • Kotake
    Transportation
    Fukuoka Pref
  • Tento
    Transportation
    Fukuoka Pref
  • Roadside Station Oto Sakura Kaido
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    Travel / Tourism
    Fukuoka Pref. Tagawagunotoumachi Imatoubaru 1339
    "A roadside station situated along the Prefectural Route 52 Yame-kawara line in Tagawa County, Fukuoka Prefecture. Station facilities include the Momijikan hall, which hosts a restaurant and farm fresh shops selling seasonal produce delivered daily as well as marine products; and the Sakurakan, a day trip natural hot spring bathhouse. There's also an amusement park for children. The station's claim to fame, however, is it's ""100 million-yen toilet."""

    夕方にいったにもかかわらず、野菜が豊富にあり、やすいのでついついたくさん買ってしまいました。1億円のトイレも窓から滝が流れるのが見えとてもきれいでした。駐車場も広くてよかったです。

  • Kyushu Expressway Wakamiya IC Inbound Ent.
    Transportation
    Fukuoka Miyawaka Numaguchi
  • Akadi
    Transportation
    Fukuoka Pref
  • Fureaishoriki
    Transportation
    Fukuoka Pref
  • Kurate
    Transportation
    Fukuoka Pref
  • Ippommatsu(Fukuoka)
    Transportation
    Fukuoka Pref
  • Urata
    Transportation
    Fukuoka Pref
  • Ongano
    Transportation
    Fukuoka Pref
  • Shimoita
    Transportation
    Fukuoka Pref
  • Shimokamo
    Transportation
    Fukuoka Pref
  • Kakishitaonsenguchi
    Transportation
    Fukuoka Pref
  • Ganda
    Transportation
    Fukuoka Pref

Fukuoka Main Areas

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The most northerly of Kyushu island’s prefectures, Fukuoka comprises castle towns, seaside parks, and Hakata ramen, one of Japan’s most famous noodle dishes. Whether due to its good location or its unique charm, the prefecture’s capital, Fukuoka city, has been voted one of the most desirable places to live in the country—a close-knit community, a thriving food scene, and accessible nature combine for irresistibly laid-back city vibes.

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