Fukuoka Youth Hostel

Address: 6-7-23 Hakataekiminami, Hakataku, Fukuoka, Fukuoka, Kyushu-Okinawa, 812-0016, Japan | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Hakata Station area of Fukuoka, is near Canal City Hakata, Kushida Shrine, Komyozenji Temple, and Hakata Machiya Folk Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Fukuoka

Fukuoka

A travel blog entry by joanyoung on May 23, 2015

... along her photo album to share her experiences. The students and the parents introduced themselves while Kumiko drew a chart on the board including all of their names. We brought along a box of maple cookies for everyone to enjoy and the group handed out some rice crackers. I made a short speech and we presented each of the participants some souvenirs - pens, maple leaf pins, and tattoos. Our meeting wrapped up at about 4 pm ...

Yanagawa City/ Dazaifu

A travel blog entry by joanyoung on May 21, 2015

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... we hopped onto a bus that took us to the starting point of our boat ride along the network of canals that flow through the city. It was a beautiful sunny day - perfect! There were about a dozen of us that filled the river boat called "donko bune" and we set off on a quiet peaceful journey along a very picturesque route. The boat was propelled by a man in traditional dress using a long bamboo pole. Our "driver" kept up a steady dialogue in ...

Hiroshima to Fukuoka

A travel blog entry by joanyoung on May 20, 2015

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... Finally we went to Haruyo's house for dinner where Haruyo had prepared some delicious Japanese food for us. Needless to say, we are eating a lot of good food here! We spent a wonderful evening along with Haruyo's husband Tadashi and her sister Harumi. Even though we all could not speak each other's language, we still were able to share stories, laugh a lot, and enjoy each other's company. It was a very special ...

Wasshoi!

A travel blog entry by americangeisha on May 19, 2015

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... of Japanese culture that I absolutely loved. The lanterns, fried foods, summer kimonos, tinkling bells, taiko drums and overall other worldly atmosphere is something I wanted to experience for myself. I want to go to every one I can, so it didnt take much to coerce me into going to this festival.

The history behind the Kawawatari Jinkosai festival is dated back to over 400 years ago. I decided to read about it because I found it so entrancing. Apparently, ...

Day 27: Fukuoka

A travel blog entry by millieandjames on Apr 30, 2015

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... was closed by the time we arrived. We were greeted with boarded up stalls, wet concrete and the smell of fish. Then walked for 45 mins to a yatai (pop-up restaurant), which we'd read we really should eat in to experience the local cuisine and culture - it transpired we were walking in the wrong direction! You can imagine our euphoria to discover that - and then, to top it all off, it started to rain! ...