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April 2019 Fukuoka Now

It’s not the destination, it’s the journey.” True, but it’s also the food! In this issue, we introduce three new sightseeing trains operating near Fukuoka. What could be better than watching the scenery flow by while dining on local delicacies and sweets? Meanwhile, there are heaps of events this month, from an art museum opening to an international rugby tournament, a Ghibli exhibition, a vintage car meet up, to a tall ship event and more! For this month’s restaurant pick, we chose Ristorante Incroci where fine Italian cuisine is served with a view of Chuo Park from a balcony. For spicy noodles, try Masamune Keisei Daireimen where noodles are made by a robot no less! Meanwhile, the tachinomiya (standing pub) boom continues, and at Odoru Niku Dango in Kego the food is surprisingly good. And for a cafe that harks back to Japan’s Showa-era check out Cafe Miel in Hakata. Lastly, in Itoshima we guide you to Keya no Oto boat tours and Bench & Mug for yummy and healthy cakes. Dig in!

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Ristorante IncrociGourmet
fukuoka, italian, ristorante incroci

Cafe MielCafe
cafe miel, cafe, fukuoka, hakata station

Masamune Keisei DaireimenNoodle
daoxiao mian, chinese, noodles, fukuoka

Odoru Niku DangoBar
odoru niku dango, standing bar, fukuoka

Kunio Maekawa and the Fukuoka Art MuseumFeature
kunio maekawa, fukuoka art museum, fukuoka

Itoshima Now! April 2019Feature
keya no oto, power spot, itoshima, fukuoka, japan

Kyushu’s Newest Tourist TrainsFeature
kyushu, train, sightseeing train, travel, japan

Fukuoka Wisteria Guide 2019
wisteria, fukuoka, japan


Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks April Home Games

5th Chikugo Seven Regional Sake & Culture Fair

Fukuoka Classic Car Meetup 2019

2019 Nagasaki Tall Ships Festival

100 Years of Chihiro Iwasaki

Kamome no Grill

Chicken Festival 2019

116th Arita Ceramic Fair

Fukuoka City
Published: Mar 28, 2019 / Last Updated: Mar 28, 2019