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Introduced drink and Sleep seems advertisement, isn't it? -- 09:57, 28 December 2006 (EST)

"Drink" and "Sleep" are perfectly normal sections for a city article. Do you have problems with any particular listings there? -- Bill-on-the-Hill 10:28, 28 December 2006 (EST)


Well, there's nothing about NAKASU yet. And I don't think Kabuki and No really represent what Fukuoka is about. We need more about the vibrant-ness and youth of the city.

Edit on Mami-chan restaurant[edit]

I deleted an opinion on this listing, which noted that the ramen was "no good." I changed it to a more tactful description, highlighting that the restaurant is known for its other menu choices and not its ramen.

Edit to Infinity in the Drink Section[edit]

The description of events was outdated, last update was 2007. The website for an Infinity did not promote these events.

Concerning bike parking[edit]

When I travel to Tenjin, I park my bike on the same block and pay ¥100 for the whole day. I think this is important information to have on the wiki- stating that there is pay to park for bikes, at a very reasonable price.

Plunge forward! Jpatokal 22:43, 7 July 2009 (EDT)

Thanks. Did it.

Tour of Hakata[edit]

I was trying to follow the instructions, but it ended miserably before reaching the first goal (marching three kids under 6 yrs through 37 degrees weather is no fun). I "posthumously" noticed it would be much better if we started it at Gion station instead of Hakata. I added the hint; maybe somebody could add the time needed (should be about 5 minutes). JanezDemsar 10:46, 10 August 2010 (EDT)

By Train[edit]

Removed section on staying at the Toyoko Inn in Himeji, which runs like an ad. Other price info obsolete and proclaiming you can break up the trip is obvious/unneeded as a whole.