Head to Fukuoka’s Castle remains located in Maizuru Park. Explore the castle grounds of what used to be the largest castle on Kyushu, which was torn down after the Meiji Restoration. From here visit the Ohori Park nearby for a pleasant stroll or check out the Fukuoka Art Museum which focuses on modern art. For lunch, head to the Tenjin area, and then shop at the shopping arcades for fashion items or souvenirs. At the Shofukuji temple learn about the beginnings of Zen Buddhism in Japan. End the day at the Nakasu food stalls slurping on ramen or yakitori.#Day 2# Enjoy Fukuoka’s beach scene at Momochihama Beach, then hop on a ferry to see the dolphins in Marine World at Uminonakamichi, a reclaimed land area. Hop on a ferry and alight at Hakata Port. End the day at the historical Gion area and have dinner at Canal City, where you can check out more shops and choose from a plethora of restaurants.#Day 3# Get on a train for an excursion to the Dazaifu city to visit the power spot, Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine. This shrine deifies the God of Calligraphy. Come here to pray for some artistic and cultural blessings and pick up some calligraphy goods at the shopping street leading to the shrine.
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