Fukuoka

Things to experience in Fukuoka prefecture

The Ultimate Japanese Food Guide:  What to Eat in Japan (and Where to Try Them)

The Ultimate Japanese Food Guide: What to Eat in Japan (and Where to Try Them)

I adore Japanese food. It's my absolute favorite cuisine in the world and a big reason why I love visiting this country. We plan on exploring every prefecture and trying as many local specialties as we can. If you enjoy Japanese food as much as I do, then you need to read this guide.
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Ganso Nagahamaya: A Local Favorite for Hakata (Tonkotsu) Ramen in Fukuoka, Japan

Ganso Nagahamaya: A Local Favorite for Hakata (Tonkotsu) Ramen in Fukuoka, Japan

Hakata ramen is known for its rich, milky tonkotsu broth which is made by slowly cooking pork bones over a high flame until its marrow seeps out. It features thin, non-curly noodles and is often topped with slices of charshu pork. Located in the Nagahama area, Ganso Nagahamaya is a small ramen shop that's been serving Hakata ramen since the end of the Pacific War.
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Where to Stay in Fukuoka, Japan: Hotel Sunline Fukuoka Hakata Ekimae

Where to Stay in Fukuoka, Japan: Hotel Sunline Fukuoka Hakata Ekimae

We were staying in Fukuoka for just one night before flying out to Sapporo the next morning, so we needed to find a hotel that was cheap and close to the airport. Hotel Sunline Fukuoka Hakata Ekimae is about a 10-minute walk from Hakata Station – Fukuoka's central train and bus station – and just two stops away from Fukuoka airport.
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