Traveling to Fukuoka alone can be a very fun experience for a first-time tourist. Here in the south of Japan, we’re all very friendly - so you’ll never feel like you’re traveling on your own. There are also so many Fukuoka attractions that I think can work very well for a solo traveler. The shrines and museums are very good places to learn a little bit more about Kyushu’s history and culture, but our restaurants and yatai are the best for meeting some new friends. This is my Fukuoka solo travel guide, and I will be telling you some of things that you can do in the city on your own, as well as sharing with you my favourite places to eat, and the best neighbourhoods to stay in the city for a solo traveller. I’m from the nearby city of Itoshima, but I have worked many times in Fukuoka. My main profession is a dancer, so there are so many times in between rehearsals and auditions where I find myself alone in the city. So after all of these moments, here’s my guide to what to do in Fukuoka alone.