Other Area in Kitakyushu City Restaurant Guide

Located at the northernmost tip of Kyushu, Moji-ku in Kita-Kyushu City accounts for the most area of Kiku Peninsula. It is known there was a check point in Moji in the Nara era. The area then became under the control of Hokujo Tokuso in the Kamakura era before being given to Takauji Ashikaga as a reward after the end of the Kamakura shogunate. After the late Meiji era, Moji Port flourished as an international trade port along with Yokohama and Kobe. The area still have nostalgic buildings, which still remains the atmosphere of the Meiji era, attracting tourists from Japan and overseas.

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