Yellow pulled into the platform of Shin-Osaka Station en route to Hakata
At the time of its opening in 1996, Canal City Hakata
was the largest privately developed redevelopment project in the country's history and succeeded in putting Fukuoka on the map with the world's top modern cities.
Notable projects include Horton Plaza, the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles, Bellagio and Fremont Street Experience in Las Vegas and Canal City Hakata
Some 1,000 people were waiting for the arrival of the round-nose ''0 Series'' model at Hakata
Station in Fukuoka Prefecture at 6:24 p.
The Series 500 sets were displaced from front-line service by the arrival of Series N700 and N700A trainsets having active suspensions allowing for 285km/h running on the Tokaido Shinkansen, and have now been shortened from 16 to eight coaches for use on Kodama stopping trains between Shin-Osaka and Hakata
Ramen dishes have been developed exclusively for the Japanese airline by Hakata
IPPUDO, the famous Ramen Noodle chain based in Kyushu, Japan.
Under the collaborative agreement, MHI will be responsible for hull form development and conceptual design of the container carrier while Hakata
Shipbuilding will undertake aspects from the basic and detailed design through actual ship construction.
Both utility employees and bureaucrats from the Fukuoka prefectural government waged a public relations campaign in front of JR Hakata
Station in Fukuoka, calling on passers-by to hold down power consumption and handing out leaflets and pocket warmers.
Tokyu Construction said its Kyushu branch office in Fukuoka's Hakata
Ward had maintained business dealings with Kikuchi's company since a few years earlier.
Tokyo, Yokohama, Nagoya, Kobe, Osaka and Hakata
ports are safe and no damages have been reported to our equipment in these yards," the company said.
Hundreds of wireless LAN access points incorporating the technology were installed in the commercial complex Canal City Hakata
(*Note 1), resulting in the successful operation of one of the world's largest indoor wireless multihop backhauls.
A high-speed ferry carrying about 200 people from the southwestern Japan port of Hakata
to the South Korean port of Busan collided with an unidentified floating object Thursday afternoon, injuring 28 people, the South Korean maritime police and ferry operator said.