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Motsunabe is a kind of Japanese hot pot from Fukuoka Prefecture. The main ingredients are "motsu", beef innards. This post will introduce you the recipe of motsunabe. The ingredients for motsunabe are cheap and it's motsunabe is easy to make, so let's give it a try!
Ohori Park is a beautiful urban oasis located in the heart of Fukuoka. It is beloved by the residents of the city and perhaps the most popular sight-seeing spot in the city. Here is more on Fukuoka's famous park!
Many of you might already know Japan is famous for its quality beef, such as "Kobe beef", "Matsuzaka beef" to name a few. However, not just only the common meat cuts but also "horumon", or the innards, are very popular and often eaten in Japan. In this post, I would like to introduce you to the amazing world of horumons!
LINE is a messaging app based in Japan. It is popular for its characters such as Brown, Cony, Choco, Sally, and others. There is now a new store location in Tenjin Nishi-dori in Fukuoka. Make sure to visit if you travel to, or are living in Fukuoka!
You may have heard of Hakata ramen, the popular ramen style that originated from Fukuoka, but have you heard of the Hakata Torimon? If you haven't, you're missing out on something amazingly delicious! It's the traditional dessert counterpart of the Hakata ramen. A must-try treat when you go to Fukuoka. Here is more on this local emblem.
Shiawase means happy in Japanese. So the restaurant's name translate literally into "A Happy Pancake". It has released a Halloween Special pancake dish where you can still be happy during the spooky season leading up to Halloween. Fall ingredients are used for this delicious limited time item!
Motsunabe is a Fukuoka residents' soul food. The taste of the rich soup, sweet cabbage and succulent shrimp is just irresistible. This time I would like to introduce the restaurants which are loved by both local people as well as tourists. Check out each restaurant's specials.
Kushida shrine is an 8th century shrine beloved by the people of Fukuoka. It is affectionately called Okushida-san by the locals. Kushida shrine is a must-see spot when you travel to Fukuoka. Here is more about the famous shrine!
The Hakata Gion Yamasaka is a hugely popular float festival that attracts approximately 1 millions spectators every year. The festival has a 750 year history and is one of Fukuoka's most prominent. Read on to discover what makes this event so great!