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  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Fukuoka?

    The price for luggage storage in Fukuoka starts from just ¥450/bag for the entire day.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Fukuoka?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Fukuoka.

  • Are there storage lockers in Fukuoka?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in Fukuoka. Storing your luggage with Bounce is as easy as using a storage locker, except a real person is there to watch over your things. If you don’t want to worry about lockers being full or remembering the code for your locker, you can drop off your luggage at any of our convenient locations in Fukuoka.


Store Your Luggage Around Fukuoka With Bounce

Fukuoka is the capital city of Japan’s Fukuoka Prefecture and is one of the country’s largest cities. Found on the northern shore of Kyushu island, in Hakata Bay, Fukuoka was formerly divided into two sections - the merchant town of Hakata on the east and the castle town of Fukuoka on the west. In 1889, these two towns amalgamated and eventually transformed into one of Japan’s most significant cultural centers. 

Nowadays, Fukuoka is considered a dynamic city that’s quickly become a tourist hotspot. The city plays host to numerous festivals and sporting events; one of its most popular is the two-week-long Hakata Gion Yamakasa. This 700-year-old tradition, which takes place every July, involves parades, musical performances, traditional costumes, and more. Aside from world-renowned events, Fukuoka also boasts several historical and cultural attractions, shopping districts, eateries.

While a trip to Fukuoka will surely be a great one, you can make it even more so by using Bounce. We're travelers, too, and know that exploring without bags and gear in tow is the way to go. 

Luggage Storage in Fukuoka

Fukuoka is one of Japan’s most visited cities. With its accessibility and abundance of cultural experiences, it’s no surprise that both locals and tourists frequently make their way here. Whether you’re traveling for work or leisure, you’ll find it beneficial to utilize Bounce’s storage services. Simply locate the nearest Bounce partner and deposit your backpack, briefcase, or bags before roaming around Fukuoka.

Fukuoka City Guide

Top Things to Do

Fukuoka is an excellent introduction to the island of Kyushu, providing anything one can ask for in a city. Enjoy art, history, architecture, shopping, great weather, and fantastic cuisine! If you’re gearing up for a visit to this wonderful destination, check out Bounce’s top recommendations of things to do in Fukuoka. 


Museums are an essential part of a Fukuoka trip as the city is known for its plethora of interesting art and cultural museums. These institutions give travelers an insight into the history of Fukuoka and Kyushu as a whole. Even though practically all museums in Fukuoka are fascinating in their own right, these are the ones you definitely have to see. 

  • Fukuoka City Museum: Situated just near the Fukuoka Tower, the Fukuoka City Museum is perhaps the city’s most popular museum. There are three exhibition rooms – Permanent, Feature, and Special. While there are thousands of artifacts here, the crowning jewel of the museum is the Gold Seal, found in the Permanent Exhibition Room, which was gifted by the Han Emperor of China and considered a national treasure. (Bag policy: Oversized bags aren’t allowed inside the museum. To avoid any issues, deposit your bag with Bounce before your visit.) 
  • Kyushu National Museum: One of Japan’s four national museums, this high-tech museum in Daizafu draws thousands of visitors. It hosts numerous special exhibits and tells the history of Kyushu and western Japan. The museum also features an interactive room, known as Ajippa, where both children and adults can play games and witness hands-on exhibits. (Bag policy: Guests may not carry big backpacks or bags in the museum. An alternative is to store your items with a Bounce partner nearby.)
  • Fukuoka Asian Art Museum: This museum is unique because it is the only art institution worldwide that exhibits a collection of contemporary Asian art. This means that the pieces found in the museum are focused on artistic achievements in Asian countries. See works from Malaysia, Bangladesh, Philippines, Cambodia, China, India, Taiwan, Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore, and the like. (Bag policy: Visitors aren’t allowed to carry their big bags with them but may use provided lockers at a first-come, first-serve basis. To avoid any inconvenience, simply head over to a Bounce location in the area and stow your bag there.)


One of the many things that Fukuoka is known for is shopping. You’ll have your fill of retail options in both of the city’s large commercial districts of Tenjin and Hakata. Whether you’re looking to buy some luxury and upscale brands or bargain deals, Fukuoka will have something for you. These are some of the best shopping places to splurge in. 

  • Canal City Hakata: If you want to maximize your shopping time, visit Canal City Hakata, which is the largest shopping center in all of Kyushu. Known as the “city within a city,” you will find over 200 stores that cater to all shapes and sizes. There are also restaurants, game centers and a theater in case you want to relax after all the shopping.
  • Tenjin Chikagai: Found below the Tenjin station, this huge underground complex spans 590 meters and boasts over 150 stores that specialize in fashion, cosmetics, novelty items, and more. The Tenjin Chikagai is easily accessible, making it a popular shopping destination in Fukuoka. 
  • Marinoa City: Lying just outside downtown Fukuoka, this complex is the biggest outlet mall in Kyushu with more than 170 shops. Stores here specialize in apparel, interior goods, sundries, and plenty more. Some examples of brands that you can find in Marinoa City are Coach, United Arrows, Uniqlo, and Max & Co.


Japanese cuisine is known the world over, and Fukuoka is one of the best places to try some authentic culinary delicacies. The restaurants in the city offer both local Hakata treats and some Japanese and international classics. Whatever your budget, you’ll find something good to try in Fukuoka.

  • Ichiran: This renowned ramen restaurant has several branches all over Japan, but the original one is in Fukuoka. Since the city is the birthplace of the famed tonkotsu ramen, you would be remiss not to try it while in Fukuoka. Ichiran is also known for its unique dining style, where customers are seated individually to focus on their food. 
  • Yoshikuza Unagiya: Japanese people have an age-old tradition of eating eel when the hot weather comes around. When in Fukuoka, everyone knows that the best place to get high-quality eel is in Yoshikuza Unagiya. The restaurant has been around since 1873 and is well beloved by locals because of its variety of eel dishes. Their most popular dish is the kabayaki, which is eel drenched in a slightly sweet sauce. Be warned that its popularity means that lines can be really long, but it’s definitely worth the wait. 
  • Hakata Mizutaki Toriden: Mizutaki is a local Fukuoka dish that is basically a hotpot with chicken soup. If you want to try really good mizutaki, head over to Hakata Mizutaki Toriden. The restaurant prides itself on using ingredients locally sourced from Kyushu. Their mizutaki is usually combined with fish and vegetables along with their special ponzu sauce.

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