Fukuoka Subway 福岡地下鉄

  • Published on : 27/12/2012
  • by : Japan Experience

Fukuoka subway: read a guide to the Fukuoka subway with information on fares, travel cards and stations.

Fukuoka Subway Stations

The Kuko Line is represented as orange on subway maps, the Hakozaki Line is blue and the Nanakuma Line is green.

Stations on the Kuko Line are Fukuokakuko, Higashi-Hie, Hakata, Gion (for Kushida Shrine), Nakasu-Kawabata (for Canal City), Tenjin (for ACROS Fukuoka), Akasaka, Ohorikoen, Tojinmachi and Nishijin.

Stations on the Hakozaki Line are Kaizuka, Hakozaki-Kyudaimae, Hakozaki-Miyamae, Maidashi-Kyudaibyoinmae, Chiyo-Kenchoguchi, Gofukumachi and Nakasu-Kawabata.

Stations on the Nanakuma Line are Tenjin-minami, Watanabe-dori, Yakuin, Yakuin-odori, Sakurazaka, Ropponmatsu, Befu, Chayama, Kanayama, Nanakuma, Fukudai-mae, Umebayashi, Noke, Kamo,Jiromaru and Hashimoto.

The Shinkansen from Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, Kyoto and Hiroshima arrives at Hakata Station, which is only two stops on the subway from Fukuoka Airport with the station in the domestic terminal. The Kyushu Shinkansen from Hakata to Kagoshima begins at Hakata Station.

Fukuoka subway sign, Fukuoka

Fukuoka subway sign, Fukuoka

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