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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 福岡(Fukuoka)高校の地図
A: The map of Fukuoka High School

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Q: I was born in Fukuoka but my family soon moved to Osaka. I don’t remember exactly, but I guess we lived there for about two years. Then we moved to a suburb of Yokohama.
Later we moved to Saitama, where I spent for more than twenty years until I started to live in the US.
So I’d say Saitama is my hometown. However now no one in my family is living there and my husband and I used to rent an apartment, so there’s no house we can stay when we visit there. does this sound natural?
A: everything is understandable but instead of "then we moved to a suburb of Yokohama" it should be "then we moved to a suburb IN Yokohama" and "where I spent for more then twenty years" should be "I lived there for more then twenty years"
also it's technically correct to say "until I started to live in the US" more naturally would be "until I moved to the US"
Q: I'm from Fukuoka, which is in the south part of Japan. In Fukuoka, there are a lot of famous products. The most famous food is "Hakata-ramen". It is pork-bone flabor. Some people feel its smell strong, but almost all Hakata-Ramen are very affordable prices. In addition, Fukuoka is famous for "mentaiko". which is an ovary of Alaska pollack. Many sightseers buy them as a souvenir. There are also some sightseeing resorts such as "Dazaifu-tenmangu". It is a Shinto shrine, where it is said that we can become smart. does this sound natural?
A: Here are some minor fixes I made:

I'm from Fukuoka, which is in the southern part of Japan. In Fukuoka, there are a lot of famous products. The most famous food is "Hakata-ramen". It is pork-bone flavor. Some people feel its smell is strong but almost all Hakata-Ramen is very affordable. In addition, Fukuoka is famous for "mentaiko" which is an ovary of Alaska pollack. Many sightseers buy them as a souvenir. There are also some sightseeing resorts such as "Dazaifu-tenmangu". It is a Shinto shrine where it is said that we can become smart.
Q: What's the Fukuoka best food??
Do you have a recommend? does this sound natural?
A: What food is Fukuoka best known for? Do you have any street foods or favorite restaurants that you could recommend?
Q: I came to Fukuoka, my home town, to attend my friend's wedding ceremony.

I talked about my retirement with my mother.

My cousin may live in Fukuoka after graduating from college. Accordingly, my little brother will quite his job and live in Fukuoka.

Because my family has plenty of land, I may be able to live in the country with my brothers after retirement.

If so, it looks fun. does this sound natural?
A: *I came to Fukuoka, my home town, to attend my friend's wedding
you don't need to write "ceremony"

The second sentence is correct.

*My cousin might live in Fukuoka after graduating from college. Accordingly, my little brother will need to quit his job and live in Fukuoka.

The fourth sentence is correct

*If so, it looks like fun

Hope this helps~
Q: Fukuoka is well known for good place to eat! does this sound natural?
A: Fukuoka is well known because it's a good place to eat.

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