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JAPAN

Japan is situated in northeastern Asia between the North Pacific and the Sea of Japan. The area of Japan is 377,873 square kilometers, nearly equivalent to Germany and Switzerland combined or slightly smaller than California. Japan consists of four major islands, surrounded by more than 4,000 smaller islands.

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JNTO TRAVEL PLANNER

Use the "JNTO TRAVEL PLANNER" for train and map information helpful in traveling around Japan.

  • By simply entering the departing and arrival station, get an overview of train transfer method, fares, and travel time.
  • By simply selecting the arrival airport and major train stations around Japan, find routes to stations nearest your destination.
  • Display a map of the arrival train station and areas surrounding sightseeing spots.

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Attractions

Kyushu National MuseumFukuoka

The Kyushu National Museum was established in 2005, and was Japans first new national museum in 108 years. While the National Museums in Tokyo, Kyoto and Nara boast their collections of art, the Kyushu National Museum focuses on Japanese history. Located in Dazaifu, Fukuoka prefecture, with its historical background as a contact point for cultural exchange between the Asian Continent and Japan, the museum carries with it "a new perspective on Japanese cultural formation in the context of Asian history." The Cultural Exchange Room (permanent exhibition) comprises a 1,500-square-meter core exhibition room and 11 related exhibition rooms under five historical categories. The exhibition constantly changes and always features its predominant theme, the history of cultural exchanges between Japan and other Asian countries.'
 
Address & Access
Address: 4-7-2 Ishizaka, Dazaifu-shi, Fukuoka
Admission Fee: 420 yen (permanent exhibition)
Closed: Mondays (if the Monday is a national holiday, the following weekday)
Directions
JR Hakata Station/JR Kagoshima Honsen Line/20 min./JR Futsukaichi Station/On foot/10 min./Nishitetsu Futsukaichi Station/Nishitetsu Dazaifu Line/10 min./Dazaifu Station/On foot/10 min.