Nishitetsu Inn Hakata
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... asking you to select strength of broth, spiciness, noodle softness and extra orders. Once this was filled in you press the button and a hatch opens. You can't see your server but a polite hand appears to take your sheet and then a few minutes later it returns with your dinner! The ramen was by far the best we have ever had and the odd experience of ordering and eating in the booth made it lots of ...
... view from the observation deck, with the city of Fukuoka spread out before us on one side, and Hakata Bay and Muromi River on the other side.
The tower is 234 metres tall, the tallest seaside tower in Japan. It has a triangular cross-section and is covered with 8000 half-mirror panels. It is designed to withstand winds up to 63 metre/second. To date the strongest wind recorded has been 49 metre/second. Happily, the wind was not that bad! It is ...
... up the street, but was unable to tell us what it was called (very little English, just very kind). It looked like a hard waffle-like biscuit, wrapped in seaweed and it too was very tasty. He was delighted we enjoyed it and went on his way.
We had a look around the Shrine and surrounds, and had hoped to explore the Kyushu National Museum but, unfortunately, it was closed.
We walked back to the station and boarded a ...
Our little jolly around the city, took us 9 hours, only punctuated by a few coffee stops, the odd temple and a little shopping. As with most asian cities, there is always a huge difference between day and night. The streets during the daytime are filled with pretty girls shopping in huge department malls, and an array of different coffee shops and fast food places.
However, at about ...
... Later on in the day I headed to the Fukuoka tower and found a beautiful beach there, the first real beach I'd been to in Japan. I cycled along by the beach for a while having earlier visited the Hawks town mall and had some nice curry udon noodles. After avoiding the rush hour traffic(just) I returned the bike and headed into the canal city mall for dinner. I had ...