Japan Hotels | New Hotel The OneFive Terrace Fukuoka to Open on December 15

14.December.2020 | SPOT

Hakata Hotels is welcoming the third branch of its The OneFive brand hotels with the opening of The OneFive Terrace Fukuoka in Chuo, Fukuoka, on December 15, 2020.

 

The OneFive is based around the old Japanese way of ichigo ichie, which roughly translates to “treasure every meeting, for it will never reoccur.” It has taken considerate measures to question what really constitutes as necessary service when it comes to hotels, and launched as a new brand of simple yet comfortable and high quality hotels serving Japanese omotenashi, or hospitality.

 

Simple yet fine quality comfort

The OneFive Terrace Fukuoka is located in busy central Hakata—within walking distance of the entertainment district of Nakasu and the lively riverside area of Tensu—while offering spacious and comfy rooms.

Rooms are 27㎡~48㎡ in size, with Double Rooms being equipped with king size beds and Twin Rooms with two double beds. Each has a bath, toilet, and wash area, as well as a writing desk, closet, and other pieces to make the hotel stay as comfortable and convenient as possible. There are of courses terraces too, living up to the hotel’s name, which act as ‘another living room’ for guests.

 

The 4 S’s of Japanese Tea at The OneFive Terrace Fukuoka

1. Select
A selection of specially-selected teas from around locations in Kyushu such as Yame (Fukuoka), Chiran (Kagoshima), Ureshino (Saga), and elsewhere.

 

2. Style
Enjoy tea in a variety of different styles from creamy and foamy draft tea to hand drip tea and more.

 

3. Sweets
The hotel’s pastry chefs will whip up a range of tea-flavoured desserts that fuse the traditional Japanese taste with modern western ideas.

 

4. Scene

All guests staying at The OneFive Terrace Fukuoka are offered a welcome cup of tea. The hotel is a chance for them to appreciate the local culture, region, and lifestyle arranged in a contemporary way.

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    Ice Milk Cafe

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    Ice Fruit Shop
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    Ice Terrace
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    Crafts at the Ice Atelier and shopping at the Ice General Store

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    Ice Atelier / Ice General Shop
    Opening Hours: 17:00-22:00

     

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    “Verical Garden” in the Elevator Hall

    Enjoy the open central garden at the hotel cafe

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    Spacious washroom with wooden décor

    A traditional and modern fusion of stylish mirrors and warm wood

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