At a height of 234 meters (nearly 768 feet), this is the tallest beach tower in Japan. It was built in celebration of the city’s 100th anniversary using 8,000 half mirrors and is also the symbol tower of The Asia Pacific Exhibition Yokatopia ’89. Visitors can overlook Fukuoka City and Hakata Bay from an observation room 123 meters (just over 400 feet) high, and the view at night is also spectacular. Enjoy the tower’s illumination during the Valentine’s Day, Star Festival and Christmas seasons, as well as a variety of events year round.
Wheelchair-accessible bathrooms; wheelchair rental; wheelchair ramp; elevator; changing tables; guide dogs permitted; discounts for senior citizens and persons with physical disabilities
|Address||814-0001 2-3-26 Momochihama, Sawara Ward, Fukuoka City, Fukuoka|
Fukuoka Tower Corp.
|Fees||Adults – 800 Yen; Elementary and Junior High School Students – 500 Yen|
|Two days in June (Undetermined)|
|Access||By train 窶・a 15 minute walk from Nishijin Subway Station
By bus 窶・a 2 minute walk from Nishitetsu “Fukuoka Tower Minamiguchi” Bus stop
|Times Available||9:30am 窶・10pm (9pm from October to March)|
|Genre||Observation Facility (Natural Scenery)|
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