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Didn't find what you are looking for? Compare more Japanese schools in Kanazawa, Kobe, Ogori, Sapporo, Tokyo, Yokohama or get comparison of all schools in Japan . Fukuoka: The busy city of Fukuoka is the biggest city on the Japanese island of Kyushu. In this waterfront city beaches and resorts are never more than a few metro stops away. The Fukuoka area is famous for fresh seafood and its local annual festivals, which are some of Japan's oldest and draw huge crowds. Don´t miss the Fukuoka tower, the tallest coastal tower in Japan which offer breathtaking views. For carousel-lovers, Fukuoka has Asia´s largest Ferris wheel - 120 meters high!
Key Facts about Fukuoka
Population: 1,393,000 Inhabitants
Time Zone: +19h. (GMT +9)
Currency: JPY (1 JPY = 0.0087 USD)
Name of City in Japanese: 福岡
Fukuoka Quality of Life Rating: 4.7/5.0 (29 reviews by our former students)
Events in FukuokaBest time to take a language course in Fukuoka
Hakata Gion Yamakasa Festival
10 Jul. 2017 - 15 Jul. 2017The Hakata Gion Yamakasa is a folk festival that is thought to be almost 800 years old and features elaborate, colourful floats, some over 13 metres high. It is famous for its float races, where teams of scantily dressed men carry large floats through the streets of the city.
Ohori Fireworks Show
01 Aug. 2017The largest fireworks display of the year is set off from an island in the middle of Ohori park pond. It is easy to find a good place to sit back and enjoy the spectacle of this traditional summer event.
Kyushu Sumo tournament
13 Nov. 2017 - 27 Nov. 2017The Kyushu Grand Tournament is the last major sumo event of the season and Fukuoka is a great city to host it. Residents get very excited about the tournament and wrestlers can often be found at local restaurants.
What to do in Fukuoka
Hakata Machiya Furusato-kan
Shrines & Temples
Map with location of Japanese schools in Fukuoka
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