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Sakagura sake brewery will be open to the public during the event. Special tasting, guinomi, cups will be for sale for ¥100.
This year the Okawa Spring Woodwork Festival will be held in Hakata City. The Okawa area is renowned for its furniture making so you don’t want to miss out on taking a look at all the fine craftsmanship that will be on display.
It’s Amaou season, which means the city’s gone strawberry-crazy! From Feb. 25 to Mar. 12, Amaou strawberries will be found in cafes and restaurants throughout the city as part of the Amaou Festival.
The Ishibashi Bunka Center has the largest rose garden in Fukuoka. The peak season lasts for about a month starting in early May with 2,600 roses of over 400 varieties.
Enjoy a picnic under the cherry blossoms at the historic Fukuoka Castle Ruins, which boast over 1,000 sakura trees (19 varieties).
If you love meat then this event is for you. Nikupaku is a popular outdoor food event, serving up popular meat dishes from nine Kyushu-based restaurants and one sake shop.
The annual Hanabi (Firework) World Cup is the centerpiece of Kyushu’s largest fireworks festival at Huis Ten Bosch!
This year the annual Love FM festival is being extended to three days. This is the 4th year this festival has taken place and marks the 20th Anniversary of Love FM.
Started in the Heian period, this elegant annual festival sees Waka poets in traditional kimono sit along a stream composing poems amongst 6,000 blossoming plum trees.
The autumn leaves at Momiji Hachimangu in Sawara will be lit up from…
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