Mojiko Retro is the district which now attracts the greatest public attention in the Kanmon Strait area. Dotted with traditional-style buildings, including Mojiko Station, the former Moji Customs House, and the former Mitsui Club, this district boasts a historic atmosphere. You can also enjoy popular specialty foods of Kitakyushu, for example baked curry, a representative local dish here. Moji is also famous as the place where performances by banana vendors originated, and you can hear their energetic sales pitches here on holidays.
A dramatic Kanmon Strait experience.
Enjoy the World of Art at this Retro Western Building.
The social club where Einstein stayed.
A time slip back to the Showa era!? One of Kyushu’s largest traditional Japanese ryotei restaurants.
See, touch and play. The railroad museum has fun for young and old.
The top floor provides a breathtaking panoramic view of Moji streets.
The best place to find a unique Kitakyushu souvenir
Known as a fun accessory shopping destination in the Mojiko Retro District.
The terminal symbolizes the modern heritage of when Mojiko was a prosperous port city.
Feel the ocean breeze in your hair as you ride the open carriage train around Mojiko.
Check out the famous spots from the ferry which connects Mojiko and Shimonoseki.
A western building, a drawbridge, unique cuisine.
Will you wear rental Kimono and walk around Mojiko Retro area?
Beautiful ｄrawbridge facing the Kanmon Straits
Find the histoly of communication and telephone
Romantic in shining illuminations, invites to the fantastic world
Indulge in Mojiko’s star ingredient. The blowfish from the Kanmon Straits are as good as Shimonoseki’s and a reasonably priced culinary delight!
Curry and cheese and a soft-boiled egg create a miraculous taste! Baked curry is addictive!