Nishitetsu-Fukuoka Tenjin Station 西鉄福岡天神駅

  • Published on : 26/05/2017
  • by : Japan Experience
Fukuoka Tenjin Station

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Nishitetsu-Fukuoka Tenjin Station in Fukuoka is a terminus for Nishitetsu trains and buses as well as being a busy entertainment and shopping center.

Tenjin is a major shopping and entertainment center in Fukuoka, noted for its many outdoor food stalls (yatai), which are a big tourist attraction.

Major department stores and malls in and around Tenjin Station include Mitsukoshi, Tenjin Core, the 14 story IMS Building, Mina Tenjin with branches of Uniqlo, Matsumoto Kiyoshi and Muji, Solaria Plaza with scores of fashion stores and two floors of restaurants on the 6th and 7th floors, Solaria Stage with a supermarket in the basement and more fashion houses, cosmetics and interior goods in its six floors, Tenjin Vivre and Fukuoka Parco.

Also close to Tenjin Station are branches of Bic Camera, Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Chanel, Hermes, Tiffany, Loft and Animate.

Kego Park and Kego Shrine are located to the east of Nishitetsu Fukuoka Tenjin Station.

Tenjin Station Facilities

Tenjin Station has four main exits: the North Exit, South Exit, Central Exit and Solaria Exit.

The station has coin lockers, a Tourist Information Center, an ATM corner, as well as an Internet corner.

Nishitetsu-Fukuoka Tenjin Station, Fukuoka

Nishitetsu-Fukuoka Tenjin Station, Fukuoka

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