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Fukuoka Airport Mini Guide
Why do People Travel to Fukuoka?
Fukuoka is a business centre, entertainment hotspot and location of many religious shrines, in that order. If you’re in Fukuoka on business, at least there are plenty of places to dine out, be entertained or go for some spiritual regeneration.
What is Fukuoka Airport Like?
It’s had a colourful history from before the Second World War and it played a part in both the Korean War and the Cold War. Not long ago it was still a USAF base and only since the base transferred to Japanese control in the 70s has it developed into the successful airport it is today. That said, it is now at or over capacity with no hope of expansion and so can become very crowded and frustrating on times. As with many Japanese regional airports, almost all flights are from far eastern countries requiring a transfer at a major Asian airport.
What can I Occupy my Time With at the Airport?
With three terminals, the airport has plenty to do. Each has a selection of banks and currency exchange facilities plus ATMs. There’s a post office and many shops and restaurants. The food served suits a variety of tastes, customs and cuisines and is backed up with several fast food outlets including take away sushi for the health conscious. The range of shops has mostly Japanese brands but some international brands are available. In addition, you’ll find baby changing rooms, medical facilities, hairdressers and more so you won’t be lost for things to do.