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I tagged this last year because it needs to be cleaned up and reformatted. The excessive amount of images is causing formatting problems and giant white spaces in the article.--Crossmr (talk) 07:47, 28 July 2010 (UTC)
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Hey Wkipedians. There is a lot of culture in this city that we can write about but I only have a limited knowledge I need your help!. The Gaijin culture is fairly substantial and also fairly well documented. Many international students that have gone through the school publish works online. There is a monthly magazine dedicated to tourists and foreigners written in English, Fukuoka NOW The art culture is also substantial and should be better documented on a Tenjin page (currently redirected from []) I am little new to Wikipedia but would appreciate your help filling out this entry as accurately as possible.