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Restaurants For Every Budget in Fukuoka

Fukuoka's cuisine features elements of Chinese and Korean cooking, due to the city’s proximity to the Asian mainland. Local specialities include Hakata ramen, a noodle soup with pork broth and marinated pollock roe. For adventurous eaters, motsunabe is a flavoursome offal stew from Fukuoka which is considered a delicacy. Beyond local cuisine, you will find many other options, from food carts to fine dining restaurants with fantastic views.
2-7-7 Ropponmatsu Chuo Ward Kawazu Bldg 1F, Fukuoka 810-0044
Nihao! Ponyu serves up fresh and familiar Chinese dishes in big portions and at reasonable prices.
2-2-12 Mukaino Minami Ward Fukuoka 815-0035
Offal hotpot may not be at the top of everyone’s ‘must try’ list, but this restaurant is the perfect place for sampling Fukuoka's most famous and delicious dishes.
1-9-1 Akasaka, 2F Sunny Akasaka, Chuo Ward, Fukuoka 810-0042
Motsunabe is one of the most divisive Japanese dishes - people tend to either love or loathe it, and very few fall in the middle of those two extremes.

Shopping Destinations in Fukuoka

When it comes to shopping, Fukuoka’s two large commercial districts span every preference and price range. Whether you are looking luxury designer wear or bargain souvenirs, shops in either Tenjin or Hakata will have you covered. Tenjin is home to upmarket department stores and malls, which stock international goods and luxury brands. Hakata features traditional shopping arcades, as well as the vast JR Hakata City complex and huge Canal City mall.
Shintencho Shopping Street
Daiso Tenjin 100 Yen Store
Don Quijote Discount Store

Sightseeing In Fukuoka

While many modern Japanese cities are concrete jungles with relatively little in the way of green space, Fukuoka is unique in that it offers visitors the chance to unwind in both parklands and on a beach. The stretch of white sand at Momochi Seaside Park was installed on reclaimed land 1990, and provides the perfect place to escape the summer heat. For a break from the city altogether, nearby Nokonoshima Island is just a short ferry ride away.
Fukuoka

Hakata Machiya Folk Museum

Hakata (now a part of Fukuoka city) is one of Japan's oldest cities and served as a link to continental Asia during pre-modern times.

Great Places To Stay in Fukuoka

From inexpensive hostels and capsule hotels to large international chain hotels offering big, Western-style rooms, Fukuoka provides a range of accommodation options for every budget. Much of the city’s tourist accommodation is in the area around JR Hakata Station, which also provides convenient access to the nearby airport, or the Tenjin area, which is within easy walking distance of Nagoya’s biggest cluster of malls and department stores.
1-2-23, Hakataekimae, Hakata District, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka 812-0011
Hakata Tokyu REI Hotel provides everything you need to complete your business activities. It includes free Internet access for all guests, and free-use Internet PC's are available in the lobby.
2-14-15 Hakataekimae, Hakata District, Fukuoka, 812-0011
The modern European style Royal Hotel is located a short stroll from the Canal City Entertainment Complex and less than 10-minute walk to the Kushida-Jinja Shinto Shrine and Fukuoka Asian Art Museum.
4-4-10 Nakasu, Hakata District, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka, 810-0801, Japan
Located in the centre of Nakasu, the downtown area of Fukuoka, the Hotel Resol Hakata is perfect for busy travellers wanting to stop and take a break.

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