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Udon Paradise in Fukuoka – Photo Report

We just got back from slurping up some very yummy udon. Check out these snapshots! So if you love udon, then here’s your paradise! • 3/22 (Wed.) ~ 3/26 (Sun.) • 10:30~21:30 (L.O.: ...

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New videos introducing Kyushu’s Outlying Islands

From Fukuoka, the faraway is closer than you think. Within a direct plane or ferry ride lie some of Japan’s best-kept secrets: outlying islands that look and feel a world apart. Wh...

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Wolfgang’s Steakhouse Fukuoka – 1st Anniversary Special!

Just the mention of “Wolfgang’s Steakhouse” and excitement is felt and mouths water. But this week the excitement becomes amplified as Wolfgang’s Steakhouse Fukuoka celebrates thei...

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AREA GUIDE

Yakuin

Jonansen (“South-of-the-castle line”) is one of Fukuoka’s more interestingly named streets, and is so-called because it was previously a streetcar route. Nowadays, Yakuin, the area...

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Momochi

If you’ve ever read an article about Fukuoka in a guidebook or magazine, you will be familiar with Fukuoka Tower, the Hilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk Hotel and the Yahoo! Dome. But have yo...

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FOOD & DRINK

Cream

One of the youngest bars on Oyafuki-dori, Cream opened in January 2009 to fill a niche in the party scene with an emphasis on carefully hand-mixed music and drinks, and a grueling ...

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FOOD & DRINK

Wakatake

Ten years ago, kuro tonkotsu (black pork bone) ramen burst onto the scene in Fukuoka. The color comes from ma-yu (black roasted garlic oil), a seasoning that originated in Kumamoto...

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FOOD & DRINK

Keurig Neko Cafe

Kayuno Nomura, owner of Keurig, was always fond of cats and often fed strays near her home. One day she noticed five cats that she fed regularly had disappeared. She's never found ...

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