Mojiko Retro is tourist attraction in Moji-ku, Kitakyushu-shi, Fukuoka. A ground opened in March, 1995.

Moji harbor was opened up and prospered as a stoop of continent trade in 1889. A Western building of a shipping company and a trading company was built one after another around the harbor. That those were restored and restored, Moji harbor, a retrospective.

The wooden Moji harbor station building designated as a national important cultural asset. There are nostalgic building, shop, restaurant and art museum. Fukuoka-ken becomes popular among now as eminent tourist attraction.

Address: Minatomachi 5-1, Moji-ku, Kitakyushu-shi, Fukuoka (GoogleMap)


Mojiko Retro

The method to pull a visitor and sell banana by the open is called “Banana no Tatakiuri” while delivering a peculiar verbal message. Moji harbor is said to be a place by the origination. 2 monuments also equal the character of the Moji harbor “Banana-man”. Many tourists are taking a picture in commemoration.

Mojiko Retro

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