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Even though there is a train station and subway station here, it feels more like a shopping mall. There are plenty of shops and restaurants. There are a few department stores here - Amu Plaza, Deitos, Hankyu - plus the Ming supermarket. There is the...More
The central travel location for Kyushu, Hakata station is a typical Japanese transport hub with lots of food and travel options. It is a centre of shopping with loads of department stores and an underground mall connected to the station. You will neverl go hungry...More
Just everything is here, trains, buses, Tokyu Hands, department store, masses of shops, brilliant bookshops, an incredible range of restaurants on the top two floors and more in the basement. I always stay near here because it is so convenient to get everywhere either walking...More
Hakata Station is more than just the largest station in Kyushu. It is the island’s gateway to the rest of the country, the nexus for all manner of transport grand and lowly when people hearken to the call of Fukuoka. So much so that the...More
There're 10 LL size coin lockers on the 2nd level of Chikushi entrance. It fits 35 x 113 x 57 cm, which is the largest. When you walk the central concourse, there's a lift and steps to the 2nd level Shinkansen ticket gate... More
There're 10 LL size coin lockers on the 2nd level of Chikushi entrance. It fits 35 x 113 x 57 cm, which is the largest. When you walk the central concourse, there's a lift and steps to the 2nd level Shinkansen ticket gate. Coin locker area is located next to the gift shop.