ANA flights to Fukuoka; booking, airline ticket reservations and purchases are available. Flight schedule, airfare, and in-service cities with flights to Fukuoka are also introduced. Convenient transport access from Fukuoka Airport (FUK) to Hakata and Tenjin are also available.


Fukuoka Airport (FUK) to Fukuoka city center

Train

[Platform] The municipal subway connects to the southern side of domestic flight terminal building.
From international flights, exit the 1F arrivals lobby and take the free shuttle bus from the shuttle bus stop to southern side of domestic flight terminal building (final stop), then walk to the subway station.
From domestic flights, in 1F arrivals lobby, take an elevator at the southern side of the terminal building to the subway station.

■Subway Airport Line
Fukuoka Airport to Hakata Station

Time required Fare Operating hours
Approx. 5 minutes 260 yen 5:45-0:00

Fukuoka Airport to Tenjin Station

Time required Fare Operating hours
Approx. 11 minutes 260 yen 5:45-0:00

Bus

Fukuoka Airport to Kokura Station
■Nishi-Nippon Railroad (Highway bus)

Time required Fare Operating hours
Approx. 90 minutes
(depending on traffic conditions)
1,230 yen 8:24-22:15

Fukuoka Airport to Omuta Station
■Nishitetsu Bus Omuta (Highway bus)

Time required Fare Operating hours
Approx. 90 minutes
(depending on traffic conditions)
1,750 yen 7:34-22:14

Fukuoka Airport to Nishitetsu Kurume
■Nishi-Nippon Railroad (Highway bus)

Time required Fare Operating hours
Approx. 50 minutes
(depending on traffic conditions)
1,230 yen 8:42-22:07

Fukuoka Airport to Hakata Station
■Nishitetsu Bus (route bus)

Time required Fare Operating hours
Approx. 15 minutes
(depending on traffic conditions)
260 yen Weekdays 9:35-17:45
Sat./Sun./Public Holidays 8:35-18:15

Taxi

[Pickup location] International flight area: International Flights Terminal Bldg. 1F
Domestic flight area: Domestic Flights Terminal Bldg. 1F

Fukuoka Airport to Hakata Station

General fare Operating hours
Approx. 1,500 yen 24 hours

Fukuoka Airport to Tenjin

General fare Operating hours
Approx. 2,500 yen 24 hours

Car rental

[Reception counter] Vehicles can be booked at the 1F information desk in each terminal.

Operating hours
International flight area: 1F arrivals lobby / from 7:30, depending on arrival times
Domestic flight area: from 7:45, depending on arrival times

City Information

Fukuoka city that is the prefectural capital is on the west side of Fukuoka Prefecture in North Kyushu. It has a population of 1,557,102 (as of March 1, 2017), and is Kyushu's largest city. Being located in Kyushu, people may tend to imagine that it has a warm climate, but Fukuoka Prefecture is the northernmost part of Kyushu and it does not differ significantly in terms of latitude from the Kansai region.
The mean temperature in winter is 5.8°C (January 2015) in Tokyo and 7.9°C in Fukuoka, so it is only slightly warmer in the latter. Be sure to protect yourself from the cold, for example with a coat. Torrential rain is common in summer and many typhoons pass through from summer to autumn, so it is best to have rain gear.

The first recommended popular sightseeing spot in Fukuoka is Kushida Shrine that is dedicated to the Hakata Gion Yamakasa Festival. The kazari yamakasa (floats) are displayed inside the shrine year-round. This shrine is well-known to locals as the center for shinto prayer in Hakata, and is nicknamed "Okushida-san." Fukuoka tower is a bayside sightseeing spot. It is 234 m high and is the top seashore tower in Japan. The top floor observation deck offers a panoramic view of the Fukuoka city streets that are gorgeous at night, making this a great place to go for dates. If you want to enjoy shopping, Tenjin is the place to go. It is Kyushu's top shopping district and the Fukuoka city Tenjin area has everything from long-established department stores to the latest fashion store buildings and mass home electronics retailers, so you are sure to find what you are looking for there.

Fukuoka has a wide variety of delicious cuisine that will keep you coming back again and again. Its tonkotsu (pork bone broth) ramen noodles, mizutaki (unthickened stew), motsunabe (giblet hotpot), and yakitori (grilled chicken on skewers) are famous throughout Japan. Fukuoka cuisine is so high class that you are likely to be amazed by the great taste at a restaurant you just happened to enter by chance. Also, an essential part of Fukuoka is the food stalls. At night, lantern-lit stalls appear dotting the streets that always become lively with tourists and locals on their way home from work. In addition to ramen noodles that are the classic staple, the stalls sell a wide variety of foods, such as oden (ingredients stewed in a light, soy-flavored dashi broth) and gyoza dumplings. One fun thing to do is to go stall-hopping, starting with gyoza at the first stall and yakitori at the second, and finishing off with ramen noodles at the third.

Nakasu food stalls picture

Nakasu food stalls

Tonkotsu ramen picture

Tonkotsu ramen

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