【All visitors】AFAF x Hakata Hankyu Lottery


The AFAF x Hakata Hankyu lottery will be held at the Hakata Hankyu located at the Hakata Exit of JR Hakata Station.
All visitors to the AFAF venue will have a chance to win various prizes.

On September 22 (Fri) and 23 (Sat), the AFAF satellite program “HAKATA ART EXPRESS” will be held near the main venue.
Please come and enjoy the large artworks that will decorate Hakata Station, the largest terminal station in Kyushu.

■Date & Time
9/22 (Fri), 9/23 (Sat) 11:00~20:00
9/24 (Sun) 11:00~18:00

Special space next to the information desk on the 1st floor of Hakata Hankyu

■How to participate
Please present the exchange ticket (card type) given at the entrance to the AFAF venue.
Each person can draw the lottery once.

■Present contents
・Hakata Hankyu gift certificate
・Softbank Hawks ballpoint pen
・AFAF original goods
・PLEIADES (beverages)
・ART PARTY sticker
Prizes will end as soon as they are gone.


Free admission to participating museums and exhibitions upon presentation of AFAF admission ticket


Period: Thursday, September 21, 2023 – Sunday, September 24, 2023
Method: Present your AFAF2023 ticket (ticket with QR code or voucher for the day) at the counter

<Exhibitions and museums eligible for this program
■Fukuoka Asian Art Museum
Fukuoka Asian Art Museum Best Collection
Venue:Fukuoka Asian Art Museum – Best Collection

■Fukuoka City Art Museum
Fukuoka Asian Art Museum Asian Gallery
Venue:Fukuoka Art Museum 2F Modern & Contemporary Art Room B

・Collection Highlights
Venue:Fukuoka Art Museum 2F Modern & Contemporary Art Rooms A & C

The Fukuoka City Museum of Art will install and house a new work by Chiharu Shiota, one of Japan’s leading contemporary artists, entitled “Ship Tracing Memories”. The work, newly conceived for the Fukuoka City Museum of Art and named after the history of Fukuoka, will be on view from September 16 (Sat) in the Modern and Contemporary Art Gallery C in conjunction with “FaN Week 2023”.

■Fukuoka City Museum
Permanent Exhibition “FUKUOKA: Cities and People Living in Asia
Venue: Permanent Exhibition Room, Fukuoka City Museum