Fukuoka’s most lively neighborhood is distinguished by its particular and idiosyncratic local culture, still on display in its artistic life.
The malls, art museums and temple shrines both above and below ground level combine to keep you and your family entertained for days.
Nightclubs, bars and a red-light district celebrate the wicked ways of the city center, while karaoke and arcade games keep teens and families engrossed.
Be near the action and in the hub of Fukuoka’s transportation network in this neighborhood next to the city’s main train station.
You might enjoy the shopping while in Chuo-ku. PayPay Dome is a notable sight, and you can get around town at Ohorikoen Station or Tojinmachi Station to see more of the city.
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