Jul 17, 2010
Food & Drinks
Fukuoka boasts an impressive and ever-growing selection of Italian restaurants, the variety of which seems endless. Located a good 15-minute walk south of Yakuin Nishitetsu Station...
Jul 1, 2010
Fukuoka is reputed to be the birthplace of manju in Japan. Shoichi Kokushi, the founder of the Shoten-ji Buddhist Temple near Hakata Station, studied in China during the Sung Dynas...
A former member of the Portuguese national rugby squad, Miguel is a man with a vision - to cultivate design and creativity in the Daimyo area as a way of improving city life and be...
Jun 1, 2010
Bringing us the soundtrack to Fukuoka's weekend as the host of Love FM's Top 40, Dominic initially came to Japan to teach English on the JET program.
The Fukuoka Tower in the Seaside Momochi district of Sawara Ward has become the symbol of Fukuoka City and its most famous landmark.
This month, as summer approaches, we switch our focus to the beaches, and more specifically, to Itoshima's colorful beach cafes.
May 1, 2010
The Fukuoka Jo Gakuin Junior and Senior High School, a school for girls commonly known as Mission by the locals, is an institution rich in history and is celebrating its 125th anni...
Based in Fukuoka for the past 18 years, Vincent Lefrançois is a freelance illustrator whose main focus is comics - a passion of his since childhood.
Spring has set in and now is the best time to embrace the charms of Itoshima! By Mako Nomiyama
Apr 1, 2010
The main article in the March 15 issue of fashion and design trend magazine Brutus, published by Magazine House, is titled “Anti-Tokyo? Cool Local!”, and ranks the 50 most appealin...