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September 24, 2006

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Edward

I went there in 2004 when I had to do a visa run from Korea, (you may remember), and it does have a nice relaxed feeling to it. I didn't get to see much modern architecture, although I did spend a bit of time in the complex featured on your blog entry (in the photograph). Westerners may well know Fukuoka for it's architecture, but Tomo(nori) assures me it's known by Japanese as the sex capital of the country. It was my first time back in Japan (for more than a stop-over) since 98, and so I wanted to go see a few temples, and it does have a nice collection of temples near the centre of the city that you can spend a day walking around in a very zen like atmoshpere, with a few old houses thrown in to boot.

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