Tenjin Chuo Park Global Village 2017

Global village aspires to unite people from around the world in Fukuoka! Fill up on food from around world at stalls run by international Fukuoka residents and overseas students, shop at the bazaar, and enjoy folk songs and dances by foreign residents.

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Tenjin Monolith Candle Night 2017

Wedding planning and management company Novarese (Tokyo) will organize a candle night at wedding venues across Japan at the end of March. In Fukuoka the event will be held at Tenjin Monolith.

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The band “Sex Crime” plays Fukuoka

Sex Crime from Portland, Oregon will be playing in Fukuoka this April at the MRT Studio in Tenjin. Formed in 2012 the band includes Ryan on guitar and vocals; Cecilia on synth, farfisa, and vocals; Tim on stand-up drums and vocals; Shauna on bass and vocals. The MSGs, TV Orphans, and Titty Twister will also […]

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Amaou Festival opening event in Tenjin

It’s Amaou season, which means the city’s gone strawberry-crazy! From Feb. 25 to Mar. 12, Amaou strawberries will be found in cafes and restaurants throughout the city as part of the Amaou Festival.

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Takatori Souke Ceramics Exhibition at Acros

Takatori Souke in Asakura District, Fukuoka Pref. has over 400 years of history creating chato (ceramic bowls) which are used in tea ceremonies, kobachi (small bowls) and yunomi (tea cups).

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Visualizing Dream Products: Kyusan University Product Exhibit 2017

More than 100 creations by Kyusan University students will be exhibited in this annual exhibition at IMS Plaza, Tenjin, now in its fifth year.

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Love FM Festival In Tenjin 2017

This year the annual Love FM festival is being extended to three days. This is the 4th year this festival has taken place and marks the 20th Anniversary of Love FM.

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Katayama Setsuzo: Beyond The Portrait

Katayama Setsuzo (1914~2005) took portraits of over 100 famous people who were notable for their additions to Japan’s cultural history during the Showa period.

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Sulbing a Korean Shaved Ice Cafe from Busan Opens in Tenjin

The Korean dessert cafe Sulbing opened Feb. 3 on the B2F floor of Vioro Tenjin, Fukuoka. This is the cafe’s second shop in Japan, following the opening of its shop in Harajuku, Tokyo. Sulbing mainly serves shaved ice, and the most popular flavour is “kinako mochi”, which combines kinako, sliced almonds and mochi (rice flour cake) on top of the shaved ice…

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Valentine ‘Choko’ Pottery Exhibition at Acros Fukuoka

The Japanese word for “sake cup”, ochoko, sounds like the Japanese word for “chocolate”, choco, so this exhibition plays on the phrase “Valentine choco” – instead of giving your Valentine the typical box of chocolate, give them a heart-shaped sake cup (particularly if you love a sake-lover!).

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