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Boat Race Fukuoka Event – May 13, 2017

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Discovering Hizen Pottery in Kyushu

Hizen was the name of an old province in Kyushu near Saga and Nagasaki prefectures. In April 2016, after cooperation between local governments, Hizen Pottery Zone was approved as a...

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Fukuoka Castle Sakura Festival Extended – Sakura Guide Update

Due to the the later than expected blooming of sakura trees the Fukuoka Castle Sakura Festival has been extended 6 additional days until April 9. It was originally scheduled to en...

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AREA GUIDE

Shofuen

Shofuen opened in a quiet residential area of Hirao in July 2007 to become one of Fukuoka’s three urban gardens. Shofuen has tea rooms and a Japanese garden, and it is built on the...

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AREA GUIDE

Keyaki-dori

Route 202 runs from Fukuoka all the way to Nagasaki. The part connecting Hakata and Tenjin is called Kokutai-doro and is one of Fukuoka’s busiest thoroughfares. Continue on towards...

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FOOD & DRINK

Georges Marceau

wo to three times a week, fish is trucked in from Karatsu (Saga Pref.) and immediately prepped to maintain its freshness and flavor. Some become the main dish for the evening, but ...

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FOOD & DRINK

Tsukune Seisakusho

Located in Fujisaki, Tsukune Seisakusho specializes in tsukune (chicken meatballs) made from fresh local ingredients. It offers 10 different types of tsukune daily along with a...

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FOOD & DRINK

Yakitori-Hachibei

Yakitori - skewers of chicken and veggies grilled to perfection over smokey charcoal, washed down with cold beer after a hard day's work is a delectable Japanese standard.

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