Visit Fukuoka

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Proud of its 2,000 year history, the city of Fukuoka has always been a gateway to Asia. Located opposite Korea and China, it is here where the continental culture penetrated the archipelago. Nowadays, this modern city is the eighth city of Japan, but it has managed to preserve its cultural and historical heritage, sharing space with administrative and economic centers. Previously, there were two cities, Fukuoka, the stately village, and Hakata, the commercial city. The two joined in 1889, but still today is often called Hakata. Nearby we can find mountains, onsen (spas), beautiful maritime coasts and numerous parks. Fukuoka combines the dynamics of a big city with a culture and environment that allows visitors to relax. It appears regularly in the top positions of Asian cities with better quality of life.

Games in Kukuoka

HIGASHIHIRAO PARK HAKATANOMORI STADIUM

The stadium has a capacity of 22,563 and is home to the Avispa Fukuoka soccer club. The stadium is located in a large sports park that houses several tennis courts, running tracks, archery facilities and baseball diamonds. It has hosted rugby matches in the
2008 Pacific Nations Cup and the 2013 Asian Five Nations. The stadium is accessible by bus from Hakata Station (several lines).

MATCH NODATEPOOLMATCHKICKOFF TIME
11Thursday, Sept. 26BItaly vs. Canada16:45
19Wednesday, Oct. 2CFrance vs. United States16:45
36Saturday, Oct. 12AIreland vs. Samoa19:45

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