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Built for the 1989 Asian-Pacific Expo, the 234-meter Fukuoka Tower is a major Hakata landmark. The monument has a sharp, triangular figure thanks to the more than 8,000 half-mirrors that cover it. The 360° panoramic view from the observation deck located 123 meters above ground level (or the lounge just one floor below) is truly stunning. Extending from the seashore below is Sazae-san-dori, a street with deep connections to the late Machiko Hasegawa, creator of the immensely popular Sazae-san comic series.
2-3-26 Momochihama, Sawara-ku, Fukuoka, Fukuoka
- Adults JPY 800 - Students (6-14) JPY 500 - Young children (4+) JPY 200 - Seniors (65+) JPY 500
9:30 to 22:00
About a 3-minute walk from the “Fukuoka Center Minamiguchi” bus stop, a 10-minute bus ride from Nishijin Station, Fukuoka City Subway
About a 20-minute drive from the Kyushu Expressway's Dazaifu IC
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