Open Hours: Hours vary; most acts start around 6pm or 7pm and end within two hours.
As at other Blue Note chains in Japan and America, the acts that play here are jazz and blues oriented, the service and ... More
Fukuoka Blue Note
As at other Blue Note chains in Japan and America, the acts that play here are jazz and blues oriented, the service and atmosphere is luxurious, and the cost for tickets can seem exorbitant at times. The lights are usually dimmed, the food is good, and the music should create the right mood for a great date. But bring a thick wallet. Even after buying a ticket, you will still be spending some money. If you care to dine while enjoying the music, you can order snack dishes like chocolate or cheese. Heavier fare, like the spaghetti choices are available as well, along with beer and cocktails also. CDs of the performing artists are available at the counter.
The Fukuoka Blue Note offered a up close feeling to the artists that you do not get in other places. I have been to see a number of shows and each one was a wonderful experience.
However, as of 9/01/2005 the Blue Note Fukuoka is no longer operating. It is sad that a place that offered such a wonderful experience has closed.
I hope that it may open again sometime but as with many places like this in areas of Japan besides Tokyo and Osaka, they just don't catch on and unable to survive.
i like the fact that the fka blue note is small and the feeling is very intimate. also the menu and food are excellent. i saw kenny garrett,the great sax player at the fka blue note and had a wonderful time...
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