Formerly home of the samurai, Fukuoka is the largest Japanese city, situated on the southern Japanese island of Kyushu, Japan. This city today, is the terminus of the famous Shinkansen Line bullet train and is well-known for its gorgeous women, 'ramen' and its popular Daiei Hawks baseball team. Fukuoka beaches offer tourists a wide variety of exciting and thrilling watersports activities, with famous restaurants, well stocked bar and exclusive entertainment venues nearby.
This popular Japanese city is known as a cultural city, providing tourists a fair number of celebrated and highly acclaimed museums, which displays the past life of the inhabitants and culture of the region. The famous Kushida Shrine in the city, holds 47 turrets of various sizes and was founded in 757, is a must visit spot. The Shofukuji Temple, a prime city attraction was the first Zen temple to be built in Japan, which is a site worth visiting.