(English) Victorious Hawks Have Big Impact on Local Economy


Read More 10月. 10, 2014, 18:09

(English) Auckland Agrees to Rebuild Garden Next to City Zoo

(English) The City of Auckland New Zealand has agreed to rebuild a Japanese style garden it tore down in Auckland earlier this year. The garden, complete with a pond and a stone bridge, was originally built in 1989 inside a park next to the City Zoo, but it was removed this January following a November 2013 call from the City of Auckland in which they said they planned to move the park.

Read More 10月. 6, 2014, 18:36

(English) MontBlanc Chosen to Help Spread Fukuoka Anime Worldwide

(English) Fukuoka-based animated video production company Montblanc Pictures has been tapped by Fukuoka City to help open up foreign sales channels for other local production companies.

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(English) Softbank Hawks’ Victory Sales


Read More 10月. 4, 2014, 7:54

(English) Swedes to Train in Fukuoka Ahead of 2020 Olympics


Read More 10月. 3, 2014, 18:39

(English) Fukuoka Hawks Win!

(English) Our hometown heroes, the Fukuoka Softbank Hawks, defeated the Buffaloes tonight at Yahuoku!

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(English) Softbank Hawks Final Regular Season Match Tonight!

(English) Today at 18:00 the Fukuoka Softbank Hawks play their last regular season match against the Orix Buffaloes at home inside the Yafuoka! Dome. If they win, they finish the season in first place and earn an advantageous  pass into the Pacific League’s Climax Series.

Read More 10月. 2, 2014, 17:03

(English) Kyuden Criticized For Ending Renewable Buybacks

(English) On Oct. 1, Kyushu Electric Power Co. held sessions at six venues throughout Kyushu to explain its decision to end renewable energy buybacks.

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(English) Yakiyama Bypass Now Toll-Free

(English) At midnight on Oct. 1 expressway operator NEXCO will converted the 13.3km Yakiyama Bypass that runs from Sasaguri Town to Iizuka City into a toll-free road.

Read More 10月. 1, 2014, 9:56

(English) Kyushu Retailers Prep for Duty-Free Expansion

(English) On Oct. 1 the list of items for which foreign tourists do not need to pay consumption tax will be expanded to include food and cosmetics.

Read More 9月. 29, 2014, 17:14
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