Great for Halloween! GPS art of skull in Fukuoka💀
A course of GPS art of skulls drawn in Fukuoka City, an ordinance-designated city that is the international city and western gateway to modern Japan.
The city once evolved independently in the east and west, separated by the Naka River, but were united as one city during the Meiji Era (1868-1912). Located halfway between Asian countries and Tokyo, it is also the gateway to Japan from the continent. As a result, the city has become an important economic zone with a concentration of large Japanese corporate viewpoints and the head offices of many Kyushu-based companies.
This course is drawn in the former Fukuoka area on the west bank of the Naka River. It is a castle town sandwiched between Fukuoka Castle and the Naka River, and is dotted with many sites that were once samurai towns. Walking around the area while imagining what it was like back then will give you a different perspective on sightseeing in Fukuoka.
It may be difficult to gather again this year depending on the plague… We hope you will enjoy our Halloween run without the crowds 💀✨