Kurokawa , Japan
2 duffels, including 1 public duffel
Water side with aquarium etc
Bayside Place Hakata Futoh A shopping and entertainment complex on the water at Hakata Wharf ("futoh" means wharf). Inside the building is an 8 meter tall cylindrical aquarium, which contains about 500 fish from the local Genkai-nada Sea. There is also a museum, a year-round indoor snowboard facility, and the Hakata Port Tower which charges no admission but is unfortunately closed ...
Yatai are mobile stalls or carts that traditionally serve Japanese "fast food" such as yakitori (grilled chicken on skewers), oden (vegetables, fish cakes, etc. slow cooked in a tasty broth) and ramen noodles, as well as alcohol. Almost 200 yatais open for business each night along the Naka River and the streets in the Nakasu and Tenjin districts.
Ruins of Fukuoka Castle With Park and cherry blossom tree Getting there: Nishitetsu Bus Otemon (or Heiwadai) Station.
Hotel Leopalace Hakata (Fukuoka, Japan)
豆田の町並み Mameda old town
scenes of traditional streets that remain heavily tinged with reminders of the days of old.
one of the most famous shinto shrines in japan. famous for plum trees, hopefully we can see them in full bloom
Kurokawa Spa Nonohana Inn (nonohana means‘flower in the field’) お宿 野の花
Kurokawa Spa Nonohana Inn Kurokawa Spa, Minami-Oguni Machi, Aso Gun, Kumamoto Prefecture
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