The Luigans

Address: 18-25 Saitozaki, Higashi-ku, Fukuoka, Fukuoka, Kyushu-Okinawa, 811-0321, Japan | 4 star resort
 
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This 4 star resort, located on 18-25 Saitozaki, Higashi-ku, Fukuoka, is near Fukuoka Yahoo! Japan Dome, Kushida Shrine, Marine World, and Nokonoshima Island.
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    Travel Blogs from Fukuoka

    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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    Hi Ann-Marie, Joy, and Tama, We have been having the most wonderful time in Japan! There are so many memorable moments every day. Our 10-day tour at the beginning was really fantastic - we saw so many beautiful and interesting places, learned a lot about Japan, and met many wonderful people. we stayed in amazing hotels and ate delicious meals everywhere. One of our best days of the trip so far was our arrival day ...

    Wasshoi!

    A travel blog entry by americangeisha on May 19, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... yelling directions and holding onto flags and ropes in desperate attempt to not topple off. A long thin pole rose straight up from the center, and had three rings resembling the Olympic symbol. Lastly, four whistling men (two stationed in front, and two in back) held sticks that looked like white cheerleader poms, waved their arms and hands in signals to give some sort of direction or command. So not only were these men holding up this enormous float, but they were ...

    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 ...