I’m sure if you go sightseeing, you often will like this.
“Let’s take pictures of the various places and shops we’ve visited”
“And But if I take a photo, I wanna take Instagrammable photos.”
“But I don’t know where to find the Instagrammable spots.”
No more worries like that!
Here are the TOP 10 carefully selected spots in Fukuoka.
If you’re traveling from overseas, we want you to take stylish photos of your memories, and if you’re familiar with Fukuoka, we encourage you to go out and take some beautiful photos.
Let’s take photos at our top 10 Instagrammable spots in Fukuoka.
(It would be nice to win all the TOP 10!)
Wall of Angel Wings at PALM BEACH
Angel Wings are located near PALM BEACH on the border between Fukuoka and Itoshima cities.
Palm Beach is a commercial complex at Futamigaura.
When you arrive, you should first go down to the beach.
When you get down to the beach, try to find the side of the road (wall side) opposite the sea.
It’s a popular Instagrammable spot among young people in Fukuoka, so you’ll soon find out that there are many people waiting in line to take photos on holidays.
The angel wings on the wall make it look as if you were special place.
Try to take an Instagrammable photo with each pose.
Address: 285 Nishiura, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture (Itoshima, Futamigaura)
Sasaguri Kyudai Forest(Kyushu Univ Forest)
The “Kyudai no Mori” has become popular on SNS because it looks like the world of Ghibli.
The forest of Kyushu University is located in the forest of Sasaguri Kyushu University, and it is a spot called the waterfront forest.
If you want to go to this spot, there is a north parking lot and a south parking lot, but it is recommended to enter from the north entrance where the north parking lot is located.
It’s a nature-filled place where you can stroll through the waterfront forest, so you can take great photos depending on the season and time of day.
Try to take lots of Insta-glorious photos of the Ghibli world that you can only take on that day.
The number of visitors to “Kyudai no Mori” has increased due to the effect of SNS, and the problem of littering has also increased.
Please be careful when you go there so that you don’t get dirty and don’t leave trash behind because this is a clean place.
It’s an Instagrammable spot, just like Ghibli’s world, so please be careful when you go there!
Address: 1009 Wada, Sasaguri-cho, Kasuya-gun, Fukuoka
Starbucks at Dazaifu Tenmangu Omotesando
Starbucks Dazaifu Tenmangu Omotesando is located on the way to Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine, so you can find it easily.
There are a lot of Starbucks around, but apparently there are only 13 original Starbucks in Japan that are different from regular Starbucks.
This Dazaifu Tenmangu Omotesando store is one of them.
The Dazaifu Tenmangu Omotesando store was designed by Kengo Kuma, who has worked on a number of buildings, and is made of 2,000 cedar wood without using any nails to preserve the historic atmosphere of Dazaifu Tenmangu.
Everyone knows Starbucks, but here you can enjoy a different kind of Starbucks atmosphere than usual.
Coffee and Frappuccino will be even more delicious in this special space surrounded by cedar.
Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine is also a popular tourist attraction with many shops on the way to the main hall.
You can buy a coffee at a special Starbucks and walk right through the shops!
Address: Address: 3-2-43, Zaifu, Dazaifu City, Fukuoka Prefecture
Miike Salt Lake
Miike Salt Lake, also known as Japan’s Uyuni Salt Lake, is a salt lake located in the unexplored region of Omuta City, Fukuoka Prefecture.
It’s a hidden spot that has secretly become a hot topic on the Internet.
The lake is white because it is made of salt.
However, the fact is that Mitsui Chemicals’ “accumulation of salt” has spread as “salt lake” and is not a lake.
In order to get the “Uyuni Salt Lake” look photo, you need to visit the site the day after it rains and on a clear day.
Also, since it is private property, permission to take photo is required.
Yusentei Park Garden
Yusentei Park is one of the few parks in Fukuoka City that has a garden.
The entrance fee is only 200 yen per adult, which is a reasonable price.
This garden is a park that was developed as a former residence of the Kuroda family, the feudal lord of Fukuoka.
The Japanese garden, which covers an area of 1 hectare, is a wonderful space, and you can spend a magical time looking at the garden from the main hall as if you are in another space.
Even though it’s located in Fukuoka City, it’s so quiet and relaxing that you’ll forget you’re in the city.
Business hours: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Address: 1-46 Yusen-tei, Jonan-ku, Fukuoka City
Beach Cafe SUNSET
Beach Cafe SUNSET is a popular cafe in Fukuoka, established in 1990, located in Futamigaura.
Fukuoka’s summer festival, Sunset Live, also began in this store’s parking lot.
It’s no exaggeration to say it’s the sacred place of Itoshima.
The location of the photo is on the other side of the road from “Beach Cafe SUNSET”.
If you get the “Beach Cafe SUNSET”, you can easily find it because it is located right in front of you.
The view of the sea and the sky is very beautiful, and the sunset is very special.
Try to take Instagramable photos when the sun sets.
Address: 284 Nishiura, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka City
Beach Cafe SUNSET
The “Path of Light” at Miyajidake Shrine
The “Path of Light” is a magnificent view that has been the topic of a commercial in Japan.
It is a state in which the sunset is set on the extension of the approach straight from Miyajidake Shrine and the approach is illuminated by the sunset.
If the weather permits, even during the daytime, you can see a great view from the beautiful approach.
The sunset on a sunny day at dusk is nothing but instagramable.
It’s only twice a year that the “path of light” looks beautiful.
Every year, the viewing season changes somewhat, so it is necessary to check in advance.
The setting sun falls over the ocean at Miyajihama, and the shrine, the beach, and Ainoshima are connected in a straight line as the sun sets directly over the torii gate and the approach.
On that day, the festival of the setting sun is held at Miyajidake Shrine, and at night, about 3,000 bamboo lanterns with wishes written on them are lit.
Address: 7-1 Miyajimoto-cho, Fukutsu City, Fukuoka Prefecture
Nokonoshima Island Park
Nokonoshima Island Park, located on Nokonoshima Island in Fukuoka, is a popular flower attraction.
You can reach Nokonoshima Island by ferry from Noko Ferry Terminal in Meinohama, Fukuoka City in about 10 minutes.
You can enjoy the flowers of the four seasons, such as rape blossoms in spring, sunflowers in summer, cosmos in autumn and daffodils in winter.
It is recommended that you wear simple clothes so that the view is reflected.
The main of the show is a flower!
Be sure to take Instagramable photos of yourself surrounded by flowers.
The flower garden is surrounded by cottages overlooking Hakata Bay, where you can stay overnight in the wilderness.
If you go on a sunny day, you can get a better insta-view.
Address: 1624 Noko, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka City
Nokonoshima Island Park
Seaside Momochi is the beach area, which stretches to the north of the Fukuoka Tower.
Seaside Momochi has an exotic atmosphere, and on weekends it is crowded with people taking walks and playing BBQ and beach volleyball.
Central (Marizon) is a fashionable beach with an urban buzz, with restaurants, wedding halls and marine sports shops.
There are many stylish and Instagrammable places to visit, so be sure to visit them.
Address: 2-902-1 Mukudohama, Saira-ku, Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture
Fukuoka Tower is a landmark tower located in the Seaside Momochi area of Fukuoka City’s Sawara Ward.
It is also the tallest seaside tower in Japan with a height of 234 meters.
You can also climb the tower at this popular tourist spot in Fukuoka.
The best way to get there is to go there after dark.
The tower itself is illuminated and the illumination changes with the seasons and events.
The illumination information is updated on the official website at any time, so be sure to check it out.
Address: 2-3-26 Momochihama, Saira-ku, Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture
Summary And MAP
There are still many popular instagramable spots in Fukuoka, but we’ve carefully selected the top 10 for you to enjoy.
Let’s take a photo at one of the places we’ve featured in this article that will look great on Instagram.