Hyatt Regency Fukuoka

Address: 2-14-1 Hakataeki Higashi Hakataku, Fukuoka, Fukuoka, Kyushu-Okinawa, 812-0013, Japan | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Hakata Station area of Fukuoka, is near Canal City Hakata, Komyozenji Temple, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, and Hakata Machiya Folk Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Fukuoka

    Ceramics and Pottery

    A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 07, 2014

    34 photos

    ... the shops at the train station. The first one was to the Yodobashi Camera shop at the other side of the station. That side of town was certainly more lively than where we were. Lots of lights, people and restaurants as well as the usual Pachinko Parlours. We managed to buy the rare AAAA batteries for one of Joseph’s many, many iPad styluses, as well as another screen protector for my old Panasonic GF1 camera. With ...

    Beautiful Sunshine, today

    A travel blog entry by amybrownstein on Oct 07, 2014

    27 photos

    ... These floats weigh a ton and are carried by teams of men. The Kushida Shrine was founded in 757. Here the local people continue to pray for prosperity and good health. We saw many locals perform the rituals, which begin with hand washings.

    We visited Fukuoka Tower, a city landmark, standing 767 feet tall and covered with 8,000 half-mirrored panels. The tower functions as a broadcast antenna for radio and TV stations. The tower is a must ...

    Dental Appointment in Fukuoka, Japan

    A travel blog entry by jackwcummings on Oct 07, 2014

    5 comments, 3 photos

    ... our agenda, get a new watch band, eat another Japanese meal and a visit to their equivalent to our dollar store, they call it the 100 yen store. Two out of three is not bad. Still looking for that watch band!!

    In Japan the train stations seems to be more than just transportation hubs, the two that we have been in have also been include upscale shopping malls as well. This one had several locations one of which was seven stories tall. ...

    On the way to Hakata

    A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 06, 2014

    34 photos

    ... Meiji Reformation period of the mid to late 19th century.

    We had to get back to the station to buy some lunch. As usual, we ended up at the basement level of the shopping centre. Lynne bought a bento box whereas John and I went to the "pick what you like section" and paid a miserly 1 yen per gram. My lunch cost me a grand sum of 298 yen. I bought two nashi pears and that cost more than the lunch. I only wanted one but they only sold the pears in doubles. ...

    Nice Day in Nagasaki

    A travel blog entry by paablo on Sep 17, 2014

    9 photos

    ... most common I had seen.

    I looked at my phone to check the time to find a WhatsApp message from David. He had left his JR Pass at the hostel and needed to go back for it. We only had 30 minutes until the train left and it took about 30 minutes to walk from the hostel to the train station, it was going to be a close call for David. I decided to liaise with Steve at the train platform as we waiting for the train (which would be on time) and David ...