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December , 2018
Taiwanese Influencer Blogs About the Charms of Chikugo Region
December, 2018
Addition of Burmese and Khmer Language to the Fukuoka Foreign Language Medical Call Center

Taiwanese Influencer Blogs About the Charms of Chikugo Region

Taiwanese influencer Lin Shibi recently spent 4 days in September, 2018 in the Chikugo Region and published the contents on their blog. On the post they cover the food and attractions of 6 different cities, Omuta, Kurume, Yanagawa, Ogori, Tachiarai, and Hirokawa. If you are interested in visiting Fukuoka Prefecture please take a look!

Lin Shibi's Blog "林氏璧和美狐團三狐的小天地" (opens in new window)

Places Covered:
· Omuta City: Swordsmith Shiro-Kunimitsu
· Kurume City: Kyoho Winery, Taiho Ramen
· Yanagawa City: Yanagawa Tachibana-tei Ohana, Kitahara Hakushu Memorial Hall
· Ogori City: Nyoirinji Temple (Frog temple), Kaiseki Ryori (Creative Cuisine) Soba Tobiume
· Tachiarai Town: Achiko's Farm
· Hirokawa Town: Hirokawa Industrial Exhibition Hall, Moriyama Kasuri Kobo, Harano Seicha Honpo


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Addition of Burmese and Khmer Language to the Fukuoka Foreign Language Medical Call Center

The Burmese and Khmer languages were recently added to the Fukuoka Foreign Language Medical Call Center, which has been jointly established by Fukuoka Prefecture and Fukuoka City. This call center provides linguistic support via telephone in response to requests from foreigners and medical institutions, and guidance to inquiries from foreigners on medical institutions.

Fukuoka Foreign Language Medical Call Center Information:

Phone: 092-286-9595
Hours of Operation: 24 hours, 365 days
Supported Languages (17 languages total):
English, Chinese, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese, Nepali, Tagalog, Indonesian, Portuguese, German, Russian, French, Spanish, Italian, Malay, Burmese, Khmer
Fee: Free (telephone fees charged separately)
Home Page:Fukuoka Asian Medical Support Center (opens in a new window)

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