Japan, Fukuoka Day 4 : On the Beach, Robot Square, Museum and Sky
It’s been 4 days in Fukuoka. We planned to go to Ohori Park the to Fukuoka Tower.
To go to Ohiri-Park from Sumiyoshi, we can take subway from Gion Station to Ohorikoen Station. We had to go to basement of Gion Station first by following the sign “Kuko Line” (Orange Line) then buy the ticket from the ticket vending machine there.
We walked around a bit in the Ohori-Park before going in into the subway and go to Nishijin Station. It’s really Hot!!!.
The journey from Fukuoka Tower from Nishijin Station only took 25 mins, it was very hot there, especially when we had to walk all the way. We rested for a bit near Seinan Gakuin University.
After about 10 mins of walking, we arrived at Fukuoka City Museum. The Fukuoka City Museum is a nice and clear museum. Located in the Seaside Momochi Area, this museum is one of the famous tourist spots of Fukuoka City such as Fukuoka Tower and Momoshi Seaside Park.
Fukuoka City Museum introduces the history in Fukuoka, which has developed as a hub of international exchanges in the Asian Region since ancient times, the national treasure and permanently exhibits the gold seal.
The Signature Gold seal “replica” is one of the popular museum items for souvenir.
At this area, You can walk to the TNC television building and the Robosquare is located on the 2nd floor.
We can play and interact with the robots on display. Not to be missed is the robotic seal that responds to being pet and stroked. You can also talk to Hello Kitty robot.
The STEM robotic classroom is very interesting. It was a great experience for kids. It’s finally here! Fukuoka Tower. Nice view but nothing interested.
We could visit Momochi Seaside Park and Marizon before come back to Gion Station.
The people was also a varioused. It ranged from families and couples to groups of students showing off their sexy body. (Of course, girls in bikinis are awesome, either.)
We went to a Ramen restaurant near Gion Station. The name is I-Chi, yes we made a good decision again because Fukuoka is famous for its Hakata style Ramen.
It wasn’t long dinner because we have to work our project tonight. Good Bye!