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Fukuoka’s Seafood Restaurant “Uochu” is Delicious with Generous Portions!SaveBookmarked articles are displayed in "Bookmarks" at the bottom right of the page
I found a chic-looking seafood restaurant near Nishitetsu Fukuoka Station.
Its name is Uochu. It is a seafood restaurant opened in 2015 by the Tanakada Group, a set of Fukuoka restaurants specializing in Japanese food.
No gourmet-food-lover in Fukuoka doesn’t know about the Tanakada Group.
A Chic Tucked-Away Family Restaurant, “TOM&JERRY”SaveBookmarked articles are displayed in "Bookmarks" at the bottom right of the page
Daimyo, in Fukuoka Prefecture, is an area full of chic stores, and it’s popular with young patrons. It’s also home to a variety of reasonably priced restaurants. This time, I’m visiting a chic Italian restaurant with a mature vibe.
Fukuoka – Cute and Lovely Japanese Sweets. Suzukake’s Dorayaki and MonakaSaveBookmarked articles are displayed in "Bookmarks" at the bottom right of the page
Suzukake is a famous long-standing Japanese sweets shop in Fukuoka. It has five locations in Fukuoka, as well as one in each Nagoya and Tokyo.I hope you can come to see the seasonally-changing artful Japanese sweets in the shop’s display window for yourself!
Canal City HakataSaveBookmarked articles are displayed in "Bookmarks" at the bottom right of the page
Canal City Hakata is a large-scale commercial facility, home to a variety of shops, restaurants, cinemas, theaters, massage parlors, and more! There are over 200 shops on the premises, including places to get essentials such as women’s and men’s fashion, baby products, cosmetics, and glasses. There is also a 100-yen store, so Canal City Hakata is convenient even for those who don’t want to spend much. The restaurant options are also plentiful, with choices such as Japanese food, Western-style food, Chinese food, ramen, fast food, cafes, and more.
In Fukuoka? Check out Momoya Seinikudo for some spicy char-grilled chicken thigh!SaveBookmarked articles are displayed in "Bookmarks" at the bottom right of the page
Fukuoka is a battlefield for chicken specialty restaurants, which seem to be at every turn. Momoya Seinikudo Kego is one of such restaurants that appears to be at the top of the totem pole. You’ve never seen a place so packed on a weekday night! This chicken creative cuisine specialty restaurant boasts a menu of unique dishes you’d be hard pressed to find elsewhere.
Loved by Fukuoka locals for more than 40 years. Tonkotsu Ramen speciality shop “Fukuchan Ramen”SaveBookmarked articles are displayed in "Bookmarks" at the bottom right of the page
Fukuchan Ramen is passionately loved and supported by the locals of Fukuoka. If you ask them where to go to eat a bowl of decent Ramen, no one would hesitate to tell you about this shop. So be prepared to line up in front.
“Kingyo,” a Recommended Motsunabe Restaurant in the Highly Competitive Motsunabe Area of FukuokaSaveBookmarked articles are displayed in "Bookmarks" at the bottom right of the page
If you visit Fukuoka, you have to try motsunabe (offal hotpot).
There are many famous restaurants that serve it, but I recommend “Kingyo”!
There’s no obvious sign outside, so first-time visitors may miss it. Kingyo is a restaurant that almost seems hidden away.
When you enter, the restaurant has a high-class atmosphere; there’s even a courtyard!
Yanagawa, the Venice of KyushuSaveBookmarked articles are displayed in "Bookmarks" at the bottom right of the page
Yanagawa is a peaceful town, where riverboats come and go and the faint sound of water lapping against boats skillfully maneuvered by ferrymen can be heard.