The Hakata Gion Yamasaka is a hugely popular float festival that attracts approximately 1 million spectators every year in Fukuoka City. 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!
In Fukuoka, there are two types of famous "nabe" (hotpots): "mizutaki" and "motsunabe". The first is made with chicken broth, and the second is made with innards. You should try both while you're in Fukuoka!
Fukuoka is famous for many dishes, such as the different types of hot pots, its ramen, and also its udon! What sets Fukuoka's udon dishes apart are that the noodles are softer and the dashi is an integral part of the dish. Here are the best places to try udon in Fukuoka.
Being a vegetarian in Japan isn't simple. Meat dishes are very popular and fish broth is widely used in Japanese cuisine. You can find a few vegetarian plates at almost any restaurant, but the choices tend to be quite limited. Vegetarian restaurants are starting to pop up all over Japan. Let's explore vegetarian cuisine in Fukuoka!
When faced with the difficult task of finding a restaurant in a new city, you first have to narrow what you want to eat, and then where. When in Japan, "yakiniku" (Japanese/Korean BBQ) is a must-try and these restaurants are simply the best. There. Now you can concentrate on sight-seeing! You can thank us later.
Here is a list of the must-try yakitori restaurants in Fukuoka! Enjoy and have a wonderful evening!
Teppanyaki is Japanese method of cooking steak or seafood over an iron plate. If you haven't tried it yet, it's not only an incredibly fun experience, but a delightful way to eat steak!
Here is the list of the places you should visit while in Fukuoka to have a truly relaxing time petting a fluffy cat and drinking coffee. If you miss your pet back home, or if you're need of some relaxing time, stop by one of these fun cat cafes!