Fukuoka
Fukuoka
Fukuoka
Fukuoka

Study abroad in Fukuoka

Fukuoka is a prosperous port city and Japan’s gateway to the Asian continent, and as the largest city on the island of Kyushu, is an important commercial center.

The port city area of Hakata and the city surrounding the 17 century Fukuoka castle, developed independently of each other on either side of the river Naka.  In the year 1889, the cities joined to form the city of Fukuoka which is today one of the largest cities in Japan. Although it is a tranquil city in which to live, it is also the home of many exciting, colorful festivals which attract many visitors.

Fukuoka is the ideal destination for any situation or mood you may find yourself in. Modern shopping centers will lure visitors with international goods, whilst markets invite you to browse the local products. The city is well known for its food carts known as Yatai, which offer many delicious local specialties. It is also pleasant to visit temples and shrines, where you can immerse yourself in the history of Fukuoka, or learn more about the national art and local crafts in the well-known museums.  Take a moment to relax in one of the large parks or by the beach, or take a walk along the city’s pier from where you can look out over the ocean.

Facts

Population1,500,000
LocationNorth Coast of Kyushu
ClimateMediterranean / temperate

Language schools in Fukuoka

The Genki Japanese school chain has had much success since its establishment in 2004, with two schools located in different parts of the country: Tokyo and Fukuoka. As well as the Japanese language classes, students also have a great opportunity to learn more about the unique Japanese culture. The Genki school is located just ten minutes walking from the Hakata train station, in the heart of Fuku

Further details

Fukuoka - Travel Guide

Climate in Fukuoka

Fukuoka - Pictures


Language courses abroad in

Yalea Languages - Language courses abroad
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