Fukuoka Tower

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Fukuoka Tower is a 234 meter tall tower located on the shores of Hakata Bay making it the tallest seaside tower of Japan. The tower is featured in the movie "Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla" from 1994.

Overview

Address

2-3-26 Momochihama, Sawara Ward, Fukuoka City (Directions)

Hours

9:30 - 22:00 Open Now

Opening Hours

Monday 9:30 - 22:00
Tuesday 9:30 - 22:00
Wednesday 9:30 - 22:00
Thursday 9:30 - 22:00
Friday 9:30 - 22:00
Saturday 9:30 - 22:00
Sunday 9:30 - 22:00
Holidays 9:30 - 22:00

Price

¥800

Phone Number

(092) 823 - 0234

General Amenities

  • Information Counter
  • Nursing rooms
  • Restroom
  • Coin lockers
  • Shops
  • Free guides/pamphlets

Accessibility

  • Multi-purpose toilet
  • Wheelchair rental

Internet

  • Free Wi-Fi

Facilities

  • Restaurant

Payment Method

  • Pay by cash
  • Electronic money accepted

Access

From Tenjin: Take the no. 302 or 305 bus to Fukuoka Tower Minami-Guchi (福岡タワー南口) - 15 minutes, ¥220 From Hakata: Take the 306 or 312 bus to Fukuoka Tower Minami-Guchi (福岡タワー南口) - 25 minutes, ¥220

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