Learn Japanese in Fukuoka, Japan

Situated 1500 kilometres to the south of Tokyo, on Kyushu Island, Fukuoka is a city which combines an urban lifestyle with a friendly atmosphere. Its mild climate, its parks and its green areas make it a particularly pleasant city to live in.

Fukuoka enjoys a sublime location, between the mountains which surround it and the Genkai Sea that it overlooks. A gateway to China and Korea, the city has attracted many a conqueror's heart in the past. Nowadays, its closeness to Shanghai and Seoul puts Fukuoka at the centre of exchanges betwenn Japan and its neighbours. Fukuoka, as a dynamic city and with its ideal location, is booming. However, the eighth largest Japanese city is more than just an economic centre, it is also a home to history and culture which won't fail to surprise you...

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