Nov 1, 2011
Food & Drinks
Travelling provides a chance to try new, often memorable foods in unfamiliar surroundings. Mizoguchi, the owner of Le Breton, is no stranger to such experiences.
Nov 1, 2011
Fukuoka Now proudly presents our second annual “Gaikokujin Star Tanjo” event (formerly “Gaijin Idol”). Who are this year’s most talented foreigners?
Many traditional crafts that utilize manual dexterity still survive in Hakata. One facility where all of these crafts can be seen is the Hakata Traditional Craft Center.
Oct 24, 2011
By Colin Cairns Fukuoka’s Gay Scene Every city has its own unique gay bar scene. Fukuoka is no exception, but it takes a little hands-on research to get to know its ins and o...
Story of ‘O’ Between Tenjin 3 chome and Maizuru 1 chome a 400 meter stretch of concrete known as Oyafuko-dori runs from south to north. How did this area, known for its...
Japanese Girls Speak Out! Christmas is on the way and in Japan, the favorite pastime of the ‘season to be jolly’ is usually chasing members of the opposite sex rather t...
A Gaijin Guys’ Notebook The second part of a series exploring cross-cultural romantic relationshipsHi, my name is Rupert, just off the boat and in Fukuoka. I’ve done a ...
Pubbing and Clubbing in Fukuoka The Clubber’s GuideThe evenings are still hot and there’s party vibes buzzing all over the place, so whether you are a seasoned clubber ...
Oct 1, 2011
Created in Germany, the environmentally friendly velotaxis are large tricycles designed to carry passengers as well as the driver. They’re starting to be seen in greater numbers in...