Hilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk
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... fix of my favourite Japanese dish, ramen noodles, in a place which was a self proclaimed 'ramen stadium' which is apparently one of the best in Japan. I picked up a few final presents and had a last go in one of the Japanese arcades before heading back to the hostel to sort my things for the flight. Tomorrow I fly to Bangkok, Thailand arriving around 2ish local ...
Today I got to see one of Japan's most interesting cultural activities, Sumo. Having timed my trip to coincide with the November tournament in Fukuoka(1 of 5 tournaments in Japan each year) I was pretty excited to see this event so I headed down to the Fukuoka Kokusai centre early to avoid missing out on tickets. It turns out it wasn't really necessary as when I got there, there were lots of tickets ...
... Every morning we walked the dog and enjoyed a history lesson about Hita city and in the evening enjoyed home cooked traditional Japanese food. On our days off we toured the local Sapporo factory and enjoyed the local onsen (still one of my favorite Japanese experiences). We lived with our hosts extended family...Hideki and Junco and their respective parent (Hideki's dad just turned 100 this year). At the end of our visit, Hideki loaded us up with organic brown rice and ...
... many concerts because the public transportation takes them right to the venues. Fukuoka Dome is Japan’s first baseball stadium with a retractable roof. It home to the famous and victorious Fukuoka Softbank Hawks. Every November, Sumo wresting competition is held here and the residents are reminded of the season of the year when they see the wrestlers out and about in the city.
In the 16th and 17th centuries many castles ...
After a day at sea, we arrived in Kanazawa, a city of about 500,000 and a mixture of very traditional and very modern. High end stores such as Tiffany's, Gucci and Armani lured you in at every turn It was a cold, rainy day, but we pressed on to visit a lovely garden (the third largest in Japan), ...