ANA Crowne Plaza Fukuoka
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We arrived early into Hakata station where we promptly dropped our bags off at the hotel before having a wander to the shopping mall known as Canal City. Again as lunchtime arrived we decided to eat at the mall and I am very glad we did as we discovered a Raumen Station, where there were several in one area. Ramen is from this area so we thought it …
... views flying past the window. Fukuoka had a lightly feel to it and lots of nice looking shops and cafes. There is a distinct French influence with croissant shops and patisseries. Our hotel was very posh and we felt a bit scruffy in our walking gear... After a freshen up we headed out for some dinner. We had heard this was the birthplace of tonkatsu ramen and that the place to go was ...
... and restaurants.
We then went to the City Museum, which was very interesting. There is an exhibition introducing the history of Fukuoka as well as the historical lifestyle of the people of the city. In 1784 a gold seal was discovered, which appears to prove that the Fukuoka area was the first national state in Japan, becoming quite wealthy and influential through trade with China, Korea and Arabia. As the town developed the population grew and ...
... pointing to a picture of the Kanzeonji Temple. The bus drivers in Japan are wonderful. They really try and help you and this driver did not let us down. We seemed to travel the whole town but eventually he gave us the nod that we had reached our stop.
Kanzeonji was was built in memory of Empress Saimei by her son, and was completed in 746 AD. It became the most important Buddhist establishment in Kyushu, exerting great ...
... it starts getting dark, the city lights are turned on and you are suddenly surrounded by colorful neon lights, drink advertising boards and music. The streets you have spent the day in, just don't look the same anymore.
We popped into a very normal looking bar and had a very warm greeting by a young lady who handed us warm towels to wash our hands, and gave us a drinks menu. K was rather shocked at the prices ...