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Mojiko Station, Kitakyushu
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See a fine example of period architecture at Mojiko Station, the oldest station on the line and one of the town's most cherished landmarks. The station opened in 1891, though the celebrated Neo-Renaissance building dates back to 1914. Symbolic of the growth in wealth and industry in the region through the development of trade with the Asian continent, the station building also acts as a gateway to other architectural highlights in the town, located in the surrounding streets. Note that due to reconstruction, parts may be under scaffolding--check the latest reviews. Use our Kitakyushu itinerary maker to add Mojiko Station and other attractions to your Kitakyushu vacation plans.
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  • In the Meiji era in the old railway station, was starting the Moji port station in Kyushu. Japan traditional wood used in abundance is overflowing to the stately and elegant European-style buildings. Note: active duty station"now. Become a feast day in the Plaza and a variety of events and crowded. Sunday Bazaar and stores among other things show Moji port speciality, tataki売ri banana (Tanabe), is unique, in adults and children enjoy station
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  • if you go to mojiko ,must take off at this station.some history describe about pass time.free of charge can borrowed to take photo 
  • May be that was being renovated, but home was very inconvenient leads to the gate. Without a wicket, it was quite annoying.
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