Korokan Ruins

The Korokan was used as a reception hall to entertain diplomatic missions during the Nara and Heian periods (the early 8th – early 12th centuries). There is a restored ”accommodation chamber” from the period. Chinese porcelain from the seventh till the eleventh centuries and glassware from Western Asia are on display. In the exhibition hall, there is a restored building, archeological relics and videos about the site.

*About the building: Built in Nara and Heian periods (the early 8th – early 12th centuries)
*Accessibility: wheelchair ramp; guide dogs permitted

Address 810-0043 1 Jyonai, Chuo Ward, Fukuoka City, Fukuoka
Contact Tel:092-721-0282 
Korokan Exhibition Hall
Fees Free Admission
and Holidays
From Dec. 29th till Jan. 3rd
Parking Spaces for 69 cars available (Two hours is 300 yen)
Access A seven minute walk from Akasaka subway station
A three minute walk from Nishitetsu Heiwadai bus stop
Times Available From 9am till 5pm (last entry until 4:30pm)
Area Fukuoka Area
Genre Ancient Burial Mounds and Ruins (History and Culture)

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