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Monthly Archives: July 2011
We had a Japanese Somen Noodle Party on July 29th 2011. Such a many people, our guests and friends joined us and we had a great fun together!! Also, especially this time, RKB (Japanese Broadcast station) came and had an interview of our guests. Wow~ Thank you everyone for joining us!!! [miniflickr photoset_id=72157627188580159&sortby=date-posted-asc&per_page=50]
A unique and hugely popular film festival dedicated to screening the best television commercials from around the world. Five hundred commercials have been selected, from the funny to the profound. Choose from either the day or night screenings, both of which also include live performances and chances to win special prizes. Venue: JR Kyushu Hall on JR Hakata City 9F Event Hours Day time: 2pm ~ 7:30pm All Night time: 10:30pm ~ 5:30am Admission Day: Unreserved 3,500yen / Reserved 4,000yen Night: Unreserved 4,500yen / Reserved 5,000yen Access Take a bus No. 44 from Misuho bus (the closet bus stop from the hostel) to Hakata staion. (100yen, 6min) Or you can … Continue reading
Summer Festival is held in Kego shrine which is at the middle of Tenjin downtown!! Let’s go and pray for good health over the summer time. You can enjoy the live performances on the stage and try some foods at from the stalls. Time: 12am – 9pm Stage performances starts from 5pm Place: Kego Shrine Acsess Take subway from Hakata station and get off at “Tenjin” station.(200yen, 6min) 3min walk from the station.
The Hozuki (ground cherry) Festival is held in Atago Shrine on July 17th and 18th. You can buy Belled hozuki there and the proceeds are going to the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami relief effort. Some other events such as Yukata (Japanese Summer Kimono) Contest, Watermelon splitting and international cuisine give you a good time there!! Time: 8am – 11pm Place: Atago Shrine Access Take subway from Hakata to “Muromi”, 290yen 15min 8min walk from the station
This event includes two famous modern Korean performances: Nanta, an acrobatic performance using the real kitchen utilities, and Jump, a show that mixes traditional martial art and comedy. You can also try Korean beauty skin care products, such as snail essence, that are popular at the moment. Venue: JR Kyushu Hall at JR Hakata City 9F Event Time: 10:00~20:00. Event schedules vary by date. Admission: Free Access Take a bus No. 44 from Misuho bus (the closet bus stop from the hostel) to Hakata staion. (100yen, 6min) Or you can go to Hakata station by walk, about 10 minutes.
Run entirely by volunteers, this year’s festival showcases 13 films including Jiyoung Kim’s humorous look at Japanese politics, Election in Japan 2, French director’s background documentary film on Japanese yakuza movie “Yakua Eiga”, and Indonesian transgender superhero action-comedy Madame X. Venue July 1st~3rd: French Institute in Fukuoka, Daimyo July 8th~10th: Meiji Yasuda Seimei Hall Admission Adult: 1800yen Univ: 1500yen HS&MS, Over 60: 1000yen Access French Institute in Fukuoka: Take the subway train from Hakata station to Akasaka station. (250yen, 8min) Exit #3. Meiji Yasuda Seimei Hall: Take the subway train from Hakata station to Nakasu Kawabata station. (200yen, 3min) 3 minutes by walk. Check the Schedule here.
If summer heat is getting you down…. How about to try the Haunted House at the middle of the down town?? It may make you feel a chill!!!! Admission A course (Long): 800yen B course (Short): 600yen Opening hours 11am – 8pm Venue Nishitetu Hall (Solaria Stage 6F) Access 3min walk from “Tenjin” subway station.