Hawks Town

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Hawks Town
Hawks Town, located in the Asian hub of Fukuoka, Western Japan, emerged from a concept blending Fukuokafs history and tradition to create a new culture and trigger for the regional economy. One town has been created with three large entertainment areas -- a dome stadium that brings baseball to a new level, a hotel which pursues the concept of gurban resorth, and a blend of entertainment facilities in a shopping mall.
Open 365 days a year, everyone can enjoy a fun-filled, exciting day at the bustling town of Hawks Town.
Hilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk
With over 1,000 rooms, the Hilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk is one of the largest hotels in Japan and is uniquely positioned to cater to large MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions) groups and weddings. Located on the waterfront of Fukuoka, the hotel enjoys ocean views and forms part of an extensive and dynamic entertainment complex, Hawks Town, which has been established as the premier regional centre for entertainment and shopping in Kyushu. It also includes the famous FUKUOKA YAFUOKU! DOME, home stadium of the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks baseball team.
Hawks Town Mall
Hawks Town Mall was established as a new type of shopping complex with the concept of casual entertainment -- specializing in amusement and relaxation.
Hawks Town Mall isnft limited to just shopping and dining. There is a wide array of diverse facilities available from: Zepp Fukuoka, a large concert hall; United Cinema Fukuoka, a movie complex; Namco Wonder Park, Kyushufs largest amusement center; and Hard Rock Cafe Fukuoka, the only Hard Rock Cafe in Kyushu. Hawks Town Mall is popular with a wide range of people from couples to families, who are able to enjoy the entire day in an area rich in variety.
There is something for everyone at Hawks Town Mall.
FUKUOKA YAFUOKU! DOME
YAFUOKU! DOME, Japanfs first multi-purpose stadium with a retractable roof is home to the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks and popular with its many fans. It is not only a baseball stadium but a concert venue for famous artists throughout Japan and from abroad as well as a host to various conventions. It is used all year round and visited by many people.