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PLAN A TRIP HOW TO GET TO FUKUOKA PREFECTURE


Fukuoka Prefecture is accessible through three main transportation hubs: Fukuoka International Airport (Fukuoka City), Kitakyushu Airport (Kitakyushu City) or JR Hakata Station (Fukuoka City). The fastest way to reach Fukuoka Prefecture from Tokyo is by airplane. Tokyo-Fukuoka is one of the world’s busiest air routes, with dozens of daily flights to choose from, operated by ANA, JAL, Starflyer, Skymark, Peach and Jetstar Japan. The flight lasts for less than 2 hours. International flights from Seoul, Taipei, Hongkong and Singapore are also available. Fukuoka Airport is a short ride from the city’s central railway station, Hakata Station. Those traveling by shinkansen (bullet train) from Tokyo and Osaka will enter the prefecture through Hakata Station via the Tokaido/Sanyo Shinkansen. For budget travelers, Fukuoka is also accessible by night bus, which leaves Tokyo from the Shinjuku Bus Terminal. It takes approximately 14 hours. Those who love traveling on water should opt for a ferry journey — daily ferry rides are available between Tokyo’s Tokyo Ferry Terminal and Kitakyushu’s Shin-Moji Port via Ocean Tokyu Ferry.

FLIGHT INFORMATION


Tokyo (Haneda) – Fukuoka Approx. 2hr
Tokyo (Narita) – Fukuoka Approx. 2hr
Osaka (Itami) – Fukuoka Approx. 1hr 15mins
Osaka (Kansai) – Fukuoka Approx. 1hr 15mins
New Chitose Airport –
Fukuoka
Approx. 2hr 35mins
Nagoya – Fukuoka Approx. 1hr 15mins

DIRECT FLIGHT

DIRECT FLIGHT map
Korea (Incheon) – Fukuoka Approx. 1hr 50mins
Taiwan (Taoyuan) – Fukuoka Approx. 2hr 15mins
Hong Kong – Fukuoka Approx. 3hr 15mins
Singapore (Changi) – Fukuoka Approx. 6hr 30mins
Map of Japan(airport)

TRAIN INFORMATION


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PLAN A TRIP HOW TO GET TO FUKUOKA PREFECTURE


Map of Japan(airport)

Fukuoka Prefecture is accessible through three main transportation hubs: Fukuoka International Airport (Fukuoka City), Kitakyushu Airport (Kitakyushu City) or JR Hakata Station (Fukuoka City). The fastest way to reach Fukuoka Prefecture from Tokyo is by airplane. Tokyo-Fukuoka is one of the world’s busiest air routes, with dozens of daily flights to choose from, operated by ANA, JAL, Starflyer, Skymark, Peach and Jetstar Japan. The flight lasts for less than 2 hours. International flights from Seoul, Taipei, Hongkong and Singapore are also available. Fukuoka Airport is a short ride from the city’s central railway station, Hakata Station. Those traveling by shinkansen (bullet train) from Tokyo and Osaka will enter the prefecture through Hakata Station via the Tokaido/Sanyo Shinkansen. For budget travelers, Fukuoka is also accessible by night bus, which leaves Tokyo from the Shinjuku Bus Terminal. It takes approximately 14 hours. Those who love traveling on water should opt for a ferry journey — daily ferry rides are available between Tokyo’s Tokyo Ferry Terminal and Kitakyushu’s Shin-Moji Port via Ocean Tokyu Ferry.

FLIGHT INFORMATION


Tokyo (Haneda) – Fukuoka Approx. 2hr
Tokyo (Narita) – Fukuoka Approx. 2hr
Osaka (Itami) – Fukuoka Approx. 1hr 15mins
Osaka (Kansai) – Fukuoka Approx. 1hr 15mins
New Chitose Airport –
Fukuoka
Approx. 2hr 35mins
Nagoya – Fukuoka Approx. 1hr 15mins

DIRECT FLIGHT

DIRECT FLIGHT map
Korea (Incheon) – Fukuoka Approx. 1hr 50mins
Taiwan (Taoyuan) – Fukuoka Approx. 2hr 15mins
Hong Kong – Fukuoka Approx. 3hr 15mins
Singapore (Changi) – Fukuoka Approx. 6hr 30mins

TRAIN INFORMATION


TRAIN INFORMATION