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Several buses depart from the Domestic Terminal to various parts of Fukuoka. Buses from the International Terminal are more limited. The Kuko line of the subway also runs from the airport into the city, and connects with the Hakozaki and Nanakuma lines.
Car rental reservations can be made at the Information Desk in each terminal.
The airport offers banking services and currency exchange, a post office, left luggage facilities, lockers, a smoking area, cell phone rental service, nursing room, clinic and pharmacy, and VIP lounge, as well as a number of restaurants, bars, and shops. Duty-free shopping is available in the International Terminal.
Car Parks located near the Domestic Terminal charge ¥200 up to 11 hours, and ¥2,400 for 24 hours. Another car park is located across from the International Terminal, and charges ¥200 every hour, for the first four hours, and ¥1,000 after the first four hours, up to 24 hours.