Hotel Il Palazzo

Address: 3-13-1 Haruyoshi Chuo-ku, Fukuoka, Fukuoka, Kyushu-Okinawa, 810-0003, Japan | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Tenjin Station area of Fukuoka, is near Canal City Hakata, Kushida Shrine, Nokonoshima Island, and Chuo Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Fukuoka

    Yanagawa City/ Dazaifu

    A travel blog entry by joanyoung on May 21, 2015

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    ... an hour. Our bottoms were pretty sore from sitting on the wooden seats by the time we disembarked. We arrived in a quaint village and we walked to a restaurant that Haruyo had reserved for us. The specialty of the area is grilled eel - kabayaki. It is served on top of rice flavoured with soy sauce. There was also a soup cooked on individual cookers containing fish, eggs, and vegetables and a few exotic dishes including jelly fish, some kind of ...

    Hiroshima to Fukuoka

    A travel blog entry by joanyoung on May 20, 2015

    3 photos

    ... 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. 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, they ...

    Wasshoi!

    A travel blog entry by americangeisha on May 19, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... to point at one of the surprisingly large festival balloons dotting the sky like various colorful suns. I'd just smile and say, "Kirei, ne?" (Pretty, right?) Only for him to tug on me two minutes later to show me again. Eventually all 11 floats lined up and were thrown back and fourth for a final display of absolute insanity as the crowd literally went wild. No one could hear anything decipherable between all the voices, whistles and water splashing. The whole ...

    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 ...

    14 Things

    A travel blog entry by donnellyramble on Apr 21, 2015

    8 photos

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    8) The practicality of limited building space.

    Whilst the Japanese carefully look after and restore their cultural sites, both significant or otherwise, they are not afraid to build new developments literally next door to them. There are plenty of tiny shrines surrounded by giant apartment blocks or skyscrapers that directly border on the boundary of the site. This allows maximum use of the space whilst keeping ...