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Hotels around Fukuoka

About Fukuoka Toei Hotel

From the Fukuoka Toei Hotel, guests can get to the Hakata area which is located in the heart of Fukuoka, in 10 minutes by bus,
and Tenjin, a popular sightseeing area in Fukuoka, in about 10 minutes on foot.
Guests can also get to both the Fukuoka Port and Hakata International Terminal in about 20 minutes,
so it is convenient for sightseeing in Fukuoka and the Kyushu region, as well as for business trips.
Free Wi-Fi is also available throughout the building.

Official website : http://www.toei-hotels.jp/fukuoka/index.html

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