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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 ...
Standing at 234 meters, Fukuoka Tower is the largest seaside tower in Japan. Although admission for adults is hefty at JPY800 (JPY500 for students, JPY200 for ...
Owner, chef, bartender, and chief personality "Allen"--a big, burly, super-friendly Jamaican who spent some of his youth in New York--has created a restaurant/bar where your spirits are ...
The Happy Cock is guaranteed to provide affordable drinks and a place to dance when the music starts. Located along Fukuoka's main bar strip, Oyafuko Street, this spot ...
The Fukuoka Dome resembles something from a futuristic movie set, having been the first retractable-roof stadium in Japan. Now it is home to the Daiei Hawks professional baseball team. Hot ...
The Atago shrine--and there are three in Japan--is dedicated to the patron god of matchmaking, hope and intimacy. As you can imagine, couples frequent the grounds, some on official ...
Say "Momochi" and most people think of the beach area of the same name, but it actually refers to a district to the west of Fukuoka's downtown area. This is not just any district; it is the wealthiest and ...
Happy Cock, one of Fukuoka's original gaijin gathering spots, provides food, fun and drink for over 1,000 customers each weekend. Managed by World Party, whose owner Jack Holland ...
Five minutes' walk from Hakata Station, Shofukuji Temple offers a retreat from the world. Although still a working temple, the secluded walks and shaded ...
It is easy to see why Iwataya Z-Side is the most popular shopping destination for young people in Fukuoka. The building is sleek and modern, and its stores offer ...