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What can you get up to with 5,000 yen around the streets of Tenjin?

Underground VS Street Level Shopping in Fukuoka! What can you get up to with 5,000 yen around the streets of Tenjin? We sent one team to explore the underground shopping areas in Fukuoka City, and one to check-out all the best hangouts on street level. We gave them each 5,000 yen spending money and followed them around to see what they got up to! Find-out who had more fun and got the most out of their money! Keita Downes and Ohrim Kwon went to explore the streets of Tenjin to search for bargains! Check-out our report on the Tenjin Chikagai, here! Prizes to be won! Make sure to vote by tagging the […]

How far can you get with 5,000 yen in Tenjin’s underground shopping area?

Underground VS Street Level Shopping in Fukuoka! How far can you get with 5,000 yen in Tenjin’s underground shopping area? We sent one team to explore the underground shopping areas in Fukuoka City, and one to check-out all the best hangouts on the street level. We gave them each 5,000 yen spending money and followed them around to see what they got up to! Yue Jonneiy (left) and May Meng Hanqing (right) went to explore the Tenjin Chikagai, here is what they got up to! Click here for our report on street level shopping in the Daimyo area! Prizes to be Won! Make sure to vote by tagging the team that you […]

“What? That dish is originally from Fukuoka!”  Enjoy our special feature on foods you might be surprised to hear originated in Fukuoka!

 When you talk about dishes that have originated in Fukuoka, what usually comes to mind? Probably tonkotsu ramen, right? Well, it is certainly true that it is one of the most famous foods to come out of Fukuoka, but there is a whole of range of fantastic dishes from Fukuoka that are not so widely known. We’ll be introducing to some of them, so keep on reading to find-out more! Udon Many people are familiar with udon, but perhaps not everyone is aware that it was first developed in Fukuoka. It can be traced back to 1241, when the Kamakura period priest Shoichi Kokushi returned to Japan after completing his training in […]