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Udon Paradise in Fukuoka – Photo Report

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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

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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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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FOOD & DRINK

Hakata Hanamidori Tenjin

Hakata is well-known for its many local delicacies such as Hakata ramen noodles and motsunabe. Mizutaki (chicken broth hotpot) is another, which has been popular since way back in ...

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FOOD & DRINK

Menchanko-tei

In the seventies Yonehama-san operated an udon shop. He was also an avid sumo fan and often visited the wrestlers' stables, sharing their staple meal chanko-nabe, a hot-pot of vegg...

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FOOD & DRINK

Saison d’Or

Last year, local gourmands were abuzz when they heard that Saison d’Or was moving to Fukuoka. For 14 years, people considered the French restaurant, located in Yobuko (Karatsu City...

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