>Hakata station and surroundings course

JR Hakata Station’s Shopping Center and Complex. Made up of “Amu Plaza Hakata,” which houses over 380 shops, including Tokyu Hands, and T-Joy Hakata, the Department Store “Hakata Hankyu,” the restaurant area “City Dining Kuten,” plus lots of other spots. Fully loaded for you to enjoy shopping and have fun.
Hakata-ward Hakata Eki Chuogai 1-1
TEL: 092-431-8484
Business Hours: Varies by Shop
Open 7 days a week, all year.
http://www.jrhakatacity.com
This stunning building is covered with Indian red-brown sand and attracts your eyes among the forest of office buildings. It was designed by Arata Isozaki. You can find WALK, by Joel Shapiro, in front of the entrance.
3-1-1, Hakata-ekimae, Hakata-ku TEL:092-476-1111
http://www.ncbank.co.jp
Sompo-Japan Co. Fukuoka Building was designed by architect Kisho Kurokawa. The lower layer of the building is cut out diagonally to break the monotony of office buildings. The entrance is inspired by Torii, the entrance of shrines, and is balanced with white pebbles on the side of the building.
2-5-17, Hakata-ekimae, Hakata-ku
Rakusuien is a Japanese garden in the Chisen-Kaiyu style (the footpath runs around the lake). The Japanese tea house and the tea ceremony garden are surrounded by Hakata-style walls and are located in the north side of Sumiyoshi Shrine. This garden was built by Shimokawa Zennemon Chikamasa, a Hakata merchant, as his villa in the Meiji Period, and he enjoyed the tea ceremony there. Now it is decorated with seasonal trees, plants and flowers, and enjoyed by many people as a place to feel the beauty of Japanese art and calmness.
2-10-7, Sumiyoshi, Hakata-ku, TEL: 092-262-6665
Opening Hours: 9:00-17:00
Closed: Tuesday (If public holiday, closed on next the day)
Entrance Fee: 100 yen (300 yen with green tea and sweets)
http://rakusuien.net
There are now 2129 Sumiyoshi Shrines throughout Japan, but this one, here in Hakata, was the first. Referenced as “Japan’s first Sumiyoshi” and “The Sumiyoshi Headquarters” in ancient books, it has been officially designated as one of the nation’s Important Cultural Properties. Enshrined here is Sumiyoshi-Oogami, the god of luck, ocean voyages, and of sumo. The oldest Noh Theater in Western Japan resides here, and still hosts Noh, and many other live performances.
http://chikuzen-sumiyoshi.or.jp

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Architect Jon Jerde’s curvaceous design defines this lively entertainment complex, which provides ample opportunity to enjoy shopping, movies, live theatre, and dining. The canal that winds through the space, and the dynamic water fountain show are worth seeing. Popular Japanese and foreign name brand shops can be found in the East Building.
http://www.canalcity.co.jp
Kushida Shrine was founded in 757 as the general village shrine of Hakata. It hosts the Hakata Gion Yamakasa held July 1-15 every year, the finale of the festival called Oi Yamakasa starts from here in the early morning of the 15th. Hakata's Historical Museum is located here. It is also known as the shrine for many wedding ceremonies. You can see a Yamakasa float throughout the year. For 100yen, you can listen to the explanation of Yamakasa from the guide machine.
1-41, Kamikawabatamachi, Hakata-ku TEL:092-291-2951
Hakata Traditional Craft and Design Museum exhibits, introduces, and offers information of traditional crafts of Hakata, Fukuoka, such as Hakata Ori (Japanese woven textile) and Hakata Dolls. You can enjoy the works by craftsmen and their superb skills refined by their culture and history. It also has exhibitions on Hakata Magemono (Japanese containers), Hakata Koma (Japanese tops), Hakata Basami (Japanese scissors), Hakata Hariko (items for festivals), Multi-Glass, and Chikuzen Hakata Ya (Bamboo arrows).
6-1, Kamikawabatamachi, Hakata-ku TEL:092-409-5450
Opening Hours: 10:00-18:00 (Last entry 17:30)
Closed: Wednesdays (If public holiday, closed on the next day), Dec 29-31 Dec Entrance Fee: Free
http://hakata-dentou-kougeikan.jp
“Hakata Machiya” Furusato-Kan is a tourist attraction of Hakata. It used to be a machiya (town house) built by a manufacturer of Hakata-ori textiles in the middle of the Meiji Period, and was relocated here in 1995. Hakata’s traditional culture is introduced here with exhibitions of festivals and the lifestyles of Hakata. There are also workshops of traditional crafts by Hakata textile professionals. There is a souvenir shop, which is popular with tourists.
6-10, Reisenmachi, Hakata-ku TEL:092-281-7761
Opening Hours: 10:00-18:00 (Last entry 17:30)
Closed: Dec 29 – 31 Entrance Fee: 200yen
http://www.hakatamachiya.com

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