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The Fukuoka subway system consists of three lines. If you are a tourist (like me) I only considered the Kuko-line useful. This one is running east to west from Fukuoka airport via Hakata Station all the way to the west, passing the Tenjin shopping areas...More
As a tourist, I relied on the metro daily. At Tenjin Station, in the information center I purchased a multi day tourist city pass, which allowed for unlimited rides (make sure to have your passport). I used the subway to/from the airport, to Meinohama ferry...More
3일간의 여행을 위해 2일권을 끊었어요.
I bought two days pass for my trip for three days.
지하철패스로는 공항선, 하코자키선, 나나쿠마선을 이용할 수 있어요.
If you have these subway pass, you can use Kuko line, Hakozaki line, Nanakuma line.
후쿠오카 시내의 주요 명소들은 지하철패스로 다닐 수...More
Basically subway at this city are very convenient. you can go around famous place like hakata and tenjin with short distance. We bought 2 day tourist pass with cheap price. but do take note there many exit for one station. However if you familiar with...More
Fukuoka is bigger than you think. If you are going to be there more than 24 hours you will find the subway useful. There are two lines, crossing in central Fukuoka. i t is efficient, with clear signs in English as well as Japanese, and...More
Fukuoka Subway is easy to get acquainted with. Trains and their stations are clean and follow their schedule on the dot. It only has 3 subway lines. I used the orange line called Kuko line, from the airport to Hakata station (the main station) where...More
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In Fukuoka, we use Sugoka (JR), Nimoka (Nishitetsu) and Hayaka-Ken (subway) as IC transport cards. But they are mutually accepted for other transport systems and many shops as well. Likewise Suika, ICOCA and many other cards... More
In Fukuoka, we use Sugoka (JR), Nimoka (Nishitetsu) and Hayaka-Ken (subway) as IC transport cards. But they are mutually accepted for other transport systems and many shops as well. Likewise Suika, ICOCA and many other cards are accepted by Fukuoka subway.
Negative - the one day pass is good for all subway travel during one calendar day 0530 to 0025 hours. You must purchase separate point to point tickets from FUK to your subway stop and return the following morning.