Below are all flights to Fukuoka (FUK), in Japan. We compare cheap one-way and round trip flights to all Japanese destinations including Fukuoka airport from airlines including Singapore Airlines (SQ), Japan Airlines (JL), Air China (CA), Cathay Pacific (CX). Discount return air fares to Fukuoka start at $1205.97 from Singapore Airlines (SQ) to $1733.83 from Air China (CA). Airfares may include deals for non-stop or multi-legged economy, business and first class tickets to Fukuoka,Japan (JP).
|Flying With||Departing||Returning||Class||Prices From (AUD)|
|Vietnam Airlines||08 November 2013||17 December 2013||Economy||$822.03|
|Vietnam Airlines||02 October 2013||24 October 2013||Economy||$830.73|
|China Eastern Airlines||05 October 2013||26 October 2013||Economy||$883.73|
|Air China||30 September 2013||09 November 2013||Economy||$1,025.25|
|Korean Air||10 September 2013||26 September 2013||Economy||$1,160.23|
|China Southern Airlines||07 October 2013||28 October 2013||Economy||$1,172.97|
|China Airlines||30 August 2013||21 September 2013||Economy||$1,185.60|
|Singapore Airlines||09 June 2013||26 July 2013||Economy||$1,205.97|
|China Southern Airlines||25 May 2013||14 June 2013||Economy||$1,218.37|
|Singapore Airlines||11 June 2013||18 June 2013||Economy||$1,219.04|
|Cathay Pacific||30 June 2013||16 July 2013||Economy||$1,230.33|
|China Airlines||10 October 2013||25 October 2013||Economy||$1,247.09|
|Cathay Pacific||22 August 2013||31 August 2013||Economy||$1,252.40|
|Qantas Airways||29 May 2013||09 June 2013||Economy||$1,279.46|
|China Eastern Airlines||03 August 2013||31 August 2013||Economy||$1,342.13|
|Air China||27 May 2013||03 June 2013||Economy||$1,351.16|
|Cathay Pacific||09 June 2013||23 June 2013||Economy||$1,370.88|
|Cathay Pacific||16 June 2013||14 July 2013||Economy||$1,378.83|
|China Eastern Airlines||13 July 2013||23 July 2013||Economy||$1,388.24|
|Japan Airlines||04 October 2013||10 October 2013||Economy||$1,405.25|
Fukuoka JapanMost Australians think of Tokyo when they think Japan. It's easy to see why, s ince Tokyo is the largest city on the islands. However, there is a lot more to Japan than just Tokyo, and those who are looking to see the "real" Japan should head elsewhere, to the outlying cities where there is plenty of space, much less congestion, and much more reasonable prices. Fukuoka is notable as such a place, and its unique location and culture make it an excellent place for tourists to visit.
Fukuoka is known for its easy transportation, extensive green spaces and friendly locals. Because it is one of the westernmost cities in Japan, it has a distinctive culture, and because it has traded with the mainland for centuries, it is decidedly more cosmopolitan than much of the rest of Tokyo. Fukuoka has distinctive Chinese and Korean influences in its annual festivals and cuisine, as well as its brewing. Many Australians will be surprised to find that Fukuokans have taken a strong liking to western-style steaks, hamburgers and beers, and that even traditional Australian dinners (with a distinctive local flair, of course) are on sale in local restaurants.
Fukuoka is home to several theme parks, as well as the world's largest ferris wheel. Fukuoka is known for its parties and celebrations which are notoriously rambunctious, most notably the Yamakasa of July. This festival involves a race between thousand-pound hand-carried floats, which invariably results in roughousing and property damage. In recent years, foreigners have been invited to participate in these races, especially those capable of demonstrating great strength or running speed.