(These photos were provided by the Fukuoka City).
Fukuoka City locates at the northern end of the Kyushu Island and is the economical and cultural center of whole Kyushu Island. It has about 1.6 million populations, the 5th biggest in Japan, and is the 7th most liveable city in the world according to the 2016 Quality of Life Survey by Monocle. Tenjin area and JR Hakata area are the center parts of Fukuoka City, and there are many shops, department stores, restaurants, hotels, and others.
By airplane: Fukuoka Airport Subway Station --(5 min) - JR Hakata Subway Station, and then go to the 10th floor.
By Shinkansen (bullet train): Go to the 10th floor when you arrive at the JR Hakata Station.
If you prefer to fly to Fukuoka directly, international flights connect Fukuoka Airport with Korean cities (Seoul, Busan, Jeju), Chinese cities (Beijing, Dalian, Shanghai, Shenyang, Qingdao, Nanjing, Guangzhou, Wuhan, Chengdu), Taipei, Hong Kong, Manila, Bangkok, Vietnamese cities (Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh), Singapore, Guam, Honolulu, and Helsinki (Helsinki took the place of Amsterdam in the below map). Take a free shuttle bus from an international terminal to a domestic terminal for about 10 min and then take subway.
If you want to transit at other major international airports in Japan, 12, 54, 6, and 12 domestic daily flights connect to Fukuoka from Narita (NRT), Haneda (HND), Osaka (KIX), or Nagoya (NGO), respectively.