Fukuoka is situated on the northern shore of Kyūshū island. Geographically, facing to three-side mountain, while in the north opens to the Genkai Sea. It is nearer to South Korea’s Busan than Tokyo that creates a short travel by Shinkansen and planes between them. The moderate climate makes the city a charm place to visit. Fukuoka was chosen for its central ... More>Asian location, increasing tourism and trade, and a large increasing number of its sea and airport in 2006 by Newsweek Magazine and it is a Japan’s historical precinct where the exploring of ancient Chinese and Korean relationships with the Shogunate of Japan is accessible; temples, castles, museums. Seaside places are worth a visit.