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accessible info  :  Fukuoka Metro  /  Shinkansen  /  JR Kyushu  /  Hotel

  Ramen     

Ramen noodle in pork bone soup is one of the most famous local food in Fukuoka. Many ramen restaurants in towns. Night food stalls are very popular for tourists. Some ramen soup are made from chicken or fish. If you are Muslim and vegetarian, do check the ingredients before eating.   
  
  

  Hakata    

New and huge station building opened in 2011. Perfectly accessible. Department stores, shopping malls, electric stores, restaurants, movie theaters, you can find everything here. Many business hotels around Hakata Stations. The bus terminal station is also located next to Hakata Station. Hakata is the gateway for tourists.
http://www.jrhakatacity.com

  Tenjin     

Fukuoka city center. Department stores, shops, restaurants, and office buildings in Tenjin. Nishitetsu Tenjin Station is the terminal station of Nishitetsu railways lines. Many of major Nishitetsu train stations are wheelchair accessible. There are 2 Metro stations in Tenjin. Both are surely wheelchair accessible. Enjoy shopping and eating !
http://tenjinsite.jp

  Nakasu   

A popular night district in Fukuoka. Many bars, restaurants, and night clubs. Many food stalls open at night along the river. Wheelchair users find it easy to move around. There are some public wheelchair accessible toilet in buildings and parks.
  
    

  Dazaifu 

About 30 min from Fukuoka central by Nishitetsu train. Nishitetsu railway stations are wheelchair accessible. There are wheelchair routes in shrine area. Easy to go on wheelchairs. Rental wheelchair service and wheelchair toilets are also available. An amusement park for kids and the Kyushu National Museum are also located nearby
http://www.dazaifutenmangu.or.jp/    

  Kokura castle

Second largest city in Kyushu. 15 min from Hakata by Shinkansen. Kokura castle is not wheelchair accessible, but we can see its outside. City central is quite wheelchair friendly. Problem is JR Kokura station. There is a stairs between Shinkansen and local lines. Calling lift and stairs lift are available, but it is not easy to use. Monorail is perfect. All of the monorail stations are wheelchair accessible. There are horse racing track, bicycle racing dome, and boat racing pool. Gambling is very popular in Kokura.  

  Moji   

A historical port located Kanmon Channel between Honshu and Kyushu. Just 3 stations from Kokura by train. Many antique buildings and museums. Shimonoseki city is another city located in Honshu. Grilled curry is famous local food. Many curry restaurants are old and have steps at their entrances.
  

  Beppu, Oita 

2 hours JR express train between Hakata - Oita. Beppu is one of most famous Onsen area in Japan. There are many hells (hot spring) for sightseeing spot. Also many hot spring inn specially for group tourists in Beppu. Hilly and old city. Partly accessible place.
http://www.city.beppu.oita.jp/02kankou/english/index.html
  

  Fukuoka Sightseeing Guide

  Kyushu Railway Company
  Fukuoka City Subway
  Nishitetsu railway


Fukuoka 1 day tour by lift taxi      price : 45,000 yen  for 1 car with a English speaking guide 

09:00 hotel, port - 10:00 Dazaifu -12:00 lunch - 14:00 culture experience  - 15:00 Nakasu walk - 17:00 hotel, port