MrJocko first tower rose in Japan is the Fukuoka Tower Highest Seaside Tower In Japan and the Third Highest Tower in Japan. It is the icon that is increasingly popular in Japan because it is built on reclaimed sea in the vicinity of Hakata Bay and Momochihama.
Fukuoka Tower is located on the edge of the coastal zone and it has a structure that has the form of three terms. The elevator that connects the ground floor to the observation deck on level 123 is a mirror ‘see through’ where you will see you rise to the top and see you as if flying over the top of the Tower Fukuoka, Japan.
Ride an elevator from the ground floor to the observation deck on level 123 takes about 70 seconds and it’s an exciting experience. If you are afraid of heights, just close your eyes and do not look outside the lift as high and you will feel dizzy.
The Observation Deck there are some interesting parts such as a review of the ‘binoculars’, a review towards the sea, a Lover Sanctuary, a cafe and lounge.
To ride your Fukuoka Tower admission is charged JPY 800 (RM25) for adults and JPY500 (RM15) for children.
Fukuoka Tower, highest seaside tower in Japan is open from 9.00 am to 10.00 pm during the month from April to September and from 9.00 am to 9.00 pm from October – March
Fukuoka Tower is a 234 meter tall tower located in the Fujisaki in Fukuoka, Japan. It is the tallest seaside tower in Japan. Fukuoka Tower was completed in 1989, with a total of 14 months to build at a cost of JPY6,000,000,000.
MrJocko is a multiple award-winning travel writer, tv host, photographer and social media influencer based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Been collaborating and writing for many tourisms and travel since 2000. Previously has contributed to local and international publications.
MrJocko writes for MrJocko.com, Blooggers Media and Producer for TV Travelogue 'You Eat We Pay'.