Travel

Maizuru Park

All the petals have fallen from the beautiful sakura trees, but now it really feels like spring is finally here! I’ve been out taking photos of course when the trees were in full bloom, so i’m want to show some of them. I also went with a bunch of friends…

Nokonoshima

Here’s the last pictures that i took when Linnea was here visiting, and they are from when we went to the beautiful island Nokonoshima here in Fukuoka! We had an amazing timing with both the weather and the sakura trees blooming.        

Nanzomon

Me, Anastasia, Kelly and Stephy went to the Nanzoi temple and saw a huge reclining Buddha statue in brons. I’ve been meaning to write about this for over a month now, but never got to it. Plus i wanted to have the group picture we took there in the post…

Kyushu Article Contest

  Let’s get the Kyushu tour tickets by writing your blog of Kyushu trip. I want to share this great contest “Kyushu Article Contest”. Its open worldwide for foreign visitors. Its very easy to participate and the prizes are very good!! You just need to write an article about somewhere…

Ikkaku dining room, Best cafeteria in Fukuoka

The cheap, delicious, and hearty! I will introduce “Ikkaku shokudo”, which is so popular restaurant in Fukuoka. The location is just a 15 minute walk to the national polity Akasaka district road from Tenjin. It is located in the place where you get along from the main street. This is…

Cafe IVSI

CAFE IVSI is located in Higashi-ku, Hakozaki.

Carlos’s day off who came from Argentina

Carlos’s day off who came from Argentina

How do you guys spend day off? I’ll be curious to know how every foreign students spend day off. Let’s take a look the Carlos’s day off who came from Argentina. In the spring of cheerful pleasant, Carlos was in Tenjin Central Park which located in the middle of Fukuoka…

Fukuoka Tourism

Fukuoka Tourism

Here are some places you need to visit when you go to Fukuoka. Fukuoka tourismn is broadly, If you love sports you want to check out a Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks game because baseball is a favorite sport in Japan and this team is a top one in Japan. Another neat…

Hakozaki Shrine

Dating from 923, the main sanctuary of this shrine was rebuilt 1546. The Emperor Ojin, Empress Jingu and Princess Tamayori are all enshrined here. It is now an “important cultural asset”, but don’t let that put you off. This is a truly impressive shrine – wander around the gardens and…

Yusentei Park

Originally built as a second home for Kuroda Tsugutaka, the 6th lord of Fukuoka in 1754, it was the first Japanese Garden in Fukuoka to be centered on a lake. In March of 1998, the park was designated by Fukuoka of having significant value. The historical park is still appreciated by…