Kitakyushu Daiichi Hotel

Address: 11-20 Konyamachi Kokura Kita-ku, Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Kyushu-Okinawa, 802-0081, Japan | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 11-20 Konyamachi Kokura Kita-ku, Kitakyushu, is near Kokura Castle, Kaikyokan, Space World, and Mt Sarakura.
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    Travel Blogs from Kitakyushu

    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 ...

    Hiroshima to Fukuoka

    A travel blog entry by joanyoung on May 20, 2015

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    ... Michiko picked us up at our hotel and drove us to the workshop of Nuno Ehon Suginoko, the craft group who created the cloth Naomi's Tree book. We were treated like royalty- the ladies were all waiting for us along with a politician and his wife from their prefecture. To welcome us, the whole group lined up and sang a beautiful welcome song to us. How touching - it brought tears to my eyes! After this, ...

    Wasshoi!

    A travel blog entry by americangeisha on May 19, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... 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

    3 photos

    ... deciding to commit to finding a yatai in the main area (so close to giving up!) and asking A LOT of people on the streets to point us in the right direction, we found some yatai and dived in the only one with seats, which actually was empty (perhaps due to the wrestling posters plastered on the facade - didn't really have walls! - and the rather scary looking one-eyed bar man/chef). There was no English ...

    Kanpai!!!!

    A travel blog entry by americangeisha on Apr 28, 2015

    ... in a couple more hours at the office and have a bit of a fancier bento then?

    I'll tell you why.... Enkai's are actually a bizarre mix of fun. I've had the pleasure of experiencing 3 Enkai parties while I've been here. One was for the end of the year, one was for the start of the new year, and one was for my particular grade level. I've had so much fun at all three! I was very nervous the first party. I thought for sure I'd do some big faux pas ...