Fukuoka City, Japan Vacations - Travel guide to Fukuoka City, Japan accommodations and vacation packages. Visit Fukuoka City, Japan for getaways and adventure travel. Plan your Fukuoka City, Japan vacation today.
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Fukuoka City, Japan Youth Hostels - We are located in the northern part of Tenjin. We offer a quiet and comfortable environment for you while you are on your stay her
Fukuoka City, Japan Youth Hostels - We are located only 12 mins walk from JR HAKATA station which the last stop of shinkansen. Also Hakata station is just 2 stops from Fukuoka Internationl airport by subway.
Fukuoka City, Japan Hotels & Resorts - This is one of Heiwadai Hotel Chain. Heiwadai Hotel Five, near famous sightseeing places in Fukuoka, is a very convinient base to stay at.
Fukuoka City, Japan Youth Hostels - We have our own enclosed Japanese traditional garden and here you can feel real and old Japanese atmosphere.
Fukuoka City, Japan Youth Hostels - Heiwadai Hotel Arato is only 3 minutes walk from a subway station in the center of Fukuoka. Free Breakfast (bread, salad and coffee) is offered whenever you stay with us!
Fukuoka City, Japan Youth Hostels - With 61 twin room and 16 single room. The bysycle rent is available for Free. Our restaurant Hanabi is famous by its high quality traditional Japanese Food and Western Food in low budget.
Fukuoka City, Japan Youth Hostels - Welcome to Guest House Aloha Spirit! We are a big guest house in a great environment. There are convenien
Akasaka, Japan Sight-Seeing Tours - Explore the elements of what makes Japan a unique destination with this tailored tour, taking you to see the best of Tokyo and Kyoto, with a scenic stop in Hakone to see majestic Mt. Fuji.
Agena, Japan Sight-Seeing Tours - This dreamy trip takes you to the Yaeyama Islands of Okinawa, the southernmost prefecture of Japan, where you can choose to rest and relax or explore the island’s lush landscapes.
Daito, Japan Sight-Seeing Tours - Find serenity and peace atop the majestic Mt. Koya in the Kii Peninsula of Japan and uncover the secrets of Shingon Buddhism in its earthly home during an idyllic retreat.