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March 2019 Fukuoka Now

It’s spring in Fukuoka and fields of bright yellow nanohana are everywhere, and soon the cherry blossoms will bloom too. We’ve published guides on our website to viewing spots for both. This month’s restaurant pick is Ginmi where the dashi is made right before your eyes. For a comfort-food noodle experience, we introduce Pikamatsu. Try either their champon or sara udon served in a folksy setting. Alternatively, for creative and exceptional tasting cocktails in a chill yet classy lounge with a counter bar, check out The Roam Bar in Shirogane. Finally, in a city already filled with awesome independent cafes, do we need more? Well, Doug Weber and partners at Kamakiri Coffee think so! Read about their new cafe in Yakuin where a cortado and yummy sourdough toast can be enjoyed. However, our big scoop this month is our guide to a recently discovered power spot in Itoshima called Shinseki, or God Stone. Read all about that and eight suggested events on our website, or download the PDF.

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ginmi, fukuoka

Kamakiri CoffeeCafe
doug weber, kamakiri coffee, fukuoka

pikamatsu, noodles, Fukuoka

The Roam BarBar
bar roam fukuoka, cocktail

Fukuoka Tower Turns 30Feature
Fukuoka Tower, 30th anniversary

Itoshima Now! March 2019Feature
god stone, itoshima, kamiari, power spot, fukuoka

Kurume Kasuri – A Textile to TreasureFeature

Yanagawa Hina Festival 2019Feature
Yanagawa, sagemon

Fukuoka Sakura and Ohanami Guide 2019

Fukuoka Nanohana Guide 2019


Dazaifu Tenmangu Kyokusui-no-en Festival

March Hanagata Kabuki “Koi Tsukami”

Japan Umeshu Festa in Fukuoka 2019

Ceramic & Porcelain Fair in Fukuoka 2019

Fukuoka Art Museum Grand Reopening Exhibition

Sankai Juku “New Production” World Premiere

Fukuoka Asia Collection (FACo) 2019 SS

Thought Exhibition & Market 2019

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

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