KITTE Hakata Go! Go! Lunch – ¥500 Lunch Sets in 28 Restaurants!

KITTE Hakata presents this weekday only ¥500 lunch event that lasts until March 31. Choose from the 28 participating restaurants and cafes of the B1, 9F, and 10F floors of the mall which offer various ¥500 only menu items including a maguro-don (tuna rice bowl), soft…

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Craft Sake Week Hakata 2017

Craft Sake Week, created by former soccer player Nakata Hidetoshi, was first held in Tokyo last year. During the ten day event over 76,000 people showed up to take part. This year the event is being split up into two different venues, one in Roppongi, Tokyo and one here in Hakata, Fukuoka.

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Ramen Stadium Spring 2017 Renewal!

Ramen Stadium in Canal City Hakata will open four new ramen shops on Saturday, May 25.

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Japan Ekiben at Umaimono Food Fair

For the first time at the Umaimono Food Fair you can try ekiben (station lunch boxes) from around Japan. With over 60 kinds of ekiben from Hokkaido to Kyushu you can experience the feeling of a train trip across Japan without leaving Fukuoka.

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5th Japanese Wine Tasting At D&Department

Enjoy locally grown wine from six wineries across Japan including Tochigi, Yamanashi, Yamagata, Chiba and Miyazaki. The event will include live music with a free wine glass and holder included in the ticket price. *Tickets for the 1st part are sold out. Call Todoroki Sake Shop to secure your place in the 2nd part.

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Tenjin Happy Hour – ¥300 Beers!

Everyone loves a good happy hour, but the key is finding them. In an effort to help, over a dozen restaurants, bars and cafes in Tenjin are collaborating on a massive two-month long happy hour.

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“Street Garden” on Tenjin Meiji-dori

From Hakata to Tenjin and all the way to Maizuru Park the signs of Spring are here as tulips bloom from mid-March to Mid-April.

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Udon Paradise Fukuoka

The origin of udon in Japan is memorialized on a monument at Jotenji Temple in Hakata. It’s said to have originated in Fukuoka after it was brought over from China in 1241.

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Fukuoka Gibier Festa in Tenjin

Damage caused by wild boar and deer to farms in Fukuoka Prefecture is very extensive, the second worst following Hokkaido. As a result over 20,000 wild boar and 6,000 deer are caught in the prefecture each year.

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Monthly Nihonshu Market at Dean & Deluca

The monthly nihonshu market hosted by Dean & Deluca and Sumiyoshi Sake is becoming more and more popular.

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