Updated: November 07, 2018
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Autumn In Fukuoka to Embrace the Fall in Japan!

Fukuoka

Wondering what to do when you arrive there? Here is a list of when will be the best time for autumn leaf viewing (紅葉) and where to visit in Fukuoka.

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Fukuoka Autumn Leaves 2018

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Fukuoka Prefecture is popular for its ramen, known as the Hakata ramen. Hakata dialect is their dialect and it is sometimes also called the Fukuoka dialect (博多弁/福岡弁). It is interesting to hear and sounds much gentler as compared to standard Japanese.

Access

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The local trains in Fukuoka are interesting. Their interior and design are different from what you will see in Tokyo.

Autumn Foliage Spots 2018

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The season to view autumn leaves in Fukuoka is from mid November to early December.

Akizuki ruin of the castle

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It is also called the small Kyoto in Chikuzen located in Asakura city. It is a castle town that has a beautiful view for maple leaves. Bring your children to explore some historical background of the castle town.

Dazaifu

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It was once a political center in the late 7th century and is now a popular sightseeing spot. It is a must to go place if you go to Fukuoka. Dazaifu has a theme park inside. The Grand Tenmangu Shrine within Dazaifu is surrounded by plum trees and famous with students praying for academic success. You can have local traditional snacks in the tearoom at Dazaifu or the street outside after visiting.

Ohori Park

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Is located in the Chuo district. The park is huge! You can relax once you found a good spot of your own. There is a Japanese garden, children's playground, a Noh theatre (traditional performing art), a museum, and a boathouse. The entrance is free of charge.

Flower Tales

Other things you can do is to enjoy the flower festivals in Fukuoka. There are many types of flowers that will bloom in the fall season. It is therapeutic to see them.

Cosmos Field

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Uminonakamichi Seaside Park is a great outing spot to see the cosmos field. They celebrate the Cosmos Festival in the autumn.

Red Spider Lilies

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Many can be found in the rural area in Fukuoka.

Fragrant Olive

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Have you ever wonder what is the nice scent while walking in the park in Autumn? Most of the time it comes from the fragrant olive. You can find them at in parks easily.

Lastly...

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Sunset at the Fukuoka Momochi Beach Park
Check out the restaurants in Fukuoka after seeing the fall foliage.
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