Former Prefectural Hall & Official Guest House
Tenjin has historic Western-style buildings, like the 1910 Former Prefectural Hall & Official Guest House in Tenjin Chūō-kōen.
Copper-turreted Akarenga Bunka-kan (Akarenga Cultural Centre) has simple historical exhibits and a charming coffee shop.
Fukuoka Asian Art Museum
On the upper floors of the large Hakata Riverain Centre (博多リバレイン), this large museum houses the world-renowned Asia Gallery and...
Enjoy views of Hakata and Canal City across the Naka-gawa through giant windows in this pretty dining bar. Inside it's like a...
No No Budo
The IMS building (天神イムズ) has prime skyline views from its 12th- and 13th-floor restaurants, including No No Budo. The busy self-serve...
Lonely Planet review
Some attractive historic Western architecture populates this park by City Hall, most notably the French Renaissance–styled Former Prefectural Hall & Official Guest House , dating from 1910 and with a French cafe where you can watch the scene. A couple of blocks north, the copper-turreted Akarenga Bunka-kan was built in 1909 by the same architect who designed Tokyo Station and now hosts simple historical exhibits.