Ever found yourself a bit lost when travelling? I certainly have! That’s why I was so excited when I learned about the Tourist Information Center in Kyushu! It’s location is ideal because it’s right beside the station entrance!
Very clear infographics on services they provide.
Tourists can leave notes on the Kyushu tourist board! Didn’t let this opportunity pass – Philippines represent!
Cutest sushi erasers! Why didn’t I have this when I was in grade school?
You can also purchase very nice souvenirs inside the center! They also
sell popular Kyushu sweets plus there’s a communication lounge
where you can take your time collecting information via Wi-Fi
while enjoying drinks unique to Kyushu!
All smiles! Japanese people are one of ; if not the most polite nationalities IMO! Always so eager to help despite having language barriers. Also, very, very disciplined, never late, and honest people.
A wall full of flyers/brochures on tourist destinations !
Just beside the center, you can find JTB!
Cool street fashion!
Spot Arashi! <3
Trying to look cool while crossing the street but secretly panicking cause I might get run over by cars, lol!
Station entrance! and…
shops!!! You can see all sorts of shops in this area but of course… I only took photos of cute outfits, hehe.
After visiting the Tourist Center, we proceeded to HANAMIDORI NAKASU HONTEN via MRT.
Train rides are always fun cause you get to see so many kawaii girls!
Address: 5-4-24 Nakasu Hakata-Ku | Torizen Bldg. 1 – 3F, Fukuoka 810-0801, Fukuoka Prefecture
If you’re in the area, I recommend this restaurant! They serve really good food you won’t regret it!
PS: Try Calpis Soda too! It tastes like carbonated Yakult (?!). One of those so weird but it works beverages!
And that sums up Day 1 ! So excited to share the rest of the photos! 🙂 3 more days to go!
For more information on the Tourist Information Center:
Location：1F, Tenjin Bldg., 2-12-1, Tenjin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka city
Hours：11:00 – 19:00 (closed Dec. 31 to Jan. 3)