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    Yafuu-Daruma
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    Yes, but if you are going to Kyushu, Nagasaki has much more to do.

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    Awesome, thanks!

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    I’ve been to Fukuoka in April 2018. The city is pretty wheelchair-accessible. Most of the sights like Ohori Park, Dazaifu Tenman-gu Shinto Shrine and Fukuoka Tower are fully wheelchair-accessible.

    The beautiful Uminonakamichi Seaside Park is wheelchair-accessible, too. However, the JR Kashii Line train line, unfortunately, isn’t accessible to wheelchair users. There is no wheelchair-accessible wagon and the step is huge. Too huge to put a ramp. My husband had to lift me with my manual wheelchair to get on board.  This was the only negative point during 4 days in Fukuoka.

     

    Melanie
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    Thank you for the advice @melanie_lmt !

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