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Other Food Spots in Fukuoka Area

  • Ushijima tea manufacture
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    Fukuoka Pref. Yameshi Tsunoe 405-4
    A teahouse located in Yame City, Fukuoka Prefecture. In addition to producing, manufacturing, and selling its own teas, the establishment also grows its tea on its own farms. The teahouse carries a variety of Japanese teas, such as refreshing sencha as well as Yamecha, steamed for an extended period of time to give it a mild, non-astringent flavor. The teahouse also sells soft serve ice cream made with tea.
  • Kokura Kamaboko (Main Shop)
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    Fukuoka Pref. Kitakyushushikokurakitaku Konyamachi 2-20
    A kamaboko steamed fish paste shop located in Kokurakita Ward, Kitakyushu City. The kamaboko sold by this long-standing shop, established in 1920, are made carefully one at a time by the hands of skilled masters using the highest quality fish paste. In addition to standard kamaboko varieties, the shop's canapes, fish paste wrapped in thin slices of bread and deep fried, are also popular.
  • Shimamoto Hakata Ekimae Shop
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    Fukuoka Pref. Fukuokashihakataku Gokushomachi 2-63
    A mentaiko pollock roe specialty shop located in Hakata Ward, Fukuoka City. Here customers can buy spicy karashi mentaiko made according to a traditional recipe with select walleye pollock roe. Some of the shop's many other products include mentaiko mayonnaise and squid mentaiko. The shop is frequented by tourists seeking souvenirs and gifts from Hakata.
  • Dontaku Mentai Nakaya
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    Fukuoka Pref. Fukuokashichuouku Haruyoshi 1-5-1 Yanagibashi Union Market
    A karashi mentaiko spicy pollock roe specialty shop located in Chuo Ward, Fukuoka City. This long-standing establishment, situated in the Yanagibashi Rengo Ichiba market, sells flavorful karashi mentaiko made with pollock roe matured over a 120-hour period. Offered in four levels of spiciness, the establishment also sells unique mentaiko variations like mentaiko made with yuzu citrus, and kombu seaweed mentaiko.
  • Chikae Main Shop
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    Fukuoka Pref. Fukuokashichuouku Daimyou 2-2-19
    A karashi mentaiko (spicy pollock roe) specialty shop located a five-minute walk from the subway Akasaka Station. Here customers can purchase Chikae's karashi mentaiko, made with choice ingredients and prepared to exacting standards. The shop carries a wide selection of other products, including karashi mentaiko in squeezable tubes and cheese stuffed mentaiko, and many tourists come here to purchase gifts and souvenirs to commemorate their trip to Kyushu.
  • Tasty Spicy Cod Roe Fukuya Nakasu Main Shop
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    Fukuoka Pref. Fukuokashihakataku Nakasu 2-6-10
    Located in the Nakasu district of Hakata Ward in Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture, this is the main branch of “Fukuya,” which is where Hakata’s famous “karashimentaiko” (salted cod roe with red pepper) dish originated. Born in Busan, South Korea, the founder created mentaiko (salted cod roe) in an attempt to recreate myonnajjo (walleye pollack), a dish from his homeland. The traditional taste has been preserved to this day, and it is beloved as one of Hakata’s most well-known souvenirs. In addition to its flagship product, the store offers sweets and various processed mentaiko goods that make perfect gifts. The fact that they are sold by the original manufacturer means the prices are reasonable as well, which only further enhances their appeal.
  • Noko Market
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    Fukuoka Pref. Fukuokashinishiku Noko 457-16
    Lined up in Noko Market, situated in front of the Nokonoshima ferry landing, are all kinds of locally grown fruits, vegetables and special products. There are jointly established cafes where one can eat a light meal and bicycle rental facilities as well. Stop by before taking a tour of the island. Only a one-minute walk from Nokonoshima ferry landing.
  • Tanga Market
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    Fukuoka Pref. Kitakyushushikokurakitaku Uomachi 4-2-18
    Originating in the Taisho era and boasting over 100 years of history, this is sometimes called the kitchen of Kitakyushu. Inside the market are lined dozens of stalls including fresh fish vendors, meat vendors and greengrocers, and everything from locally-caught fresh fish dishes as well as specialties including mentaiko (spicy cod roe) to dried goods and side dishes. The famous “Daigaku-don” (Daigaku rice bowl) offered by Daigakudo allows one to take a bowl of white rice around the different stalls and pick whichever toppings they like for their own original rice bowl.
  • COZYCOFFEE
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    Fukuoka Fukuoka-shi Nishi-ku Hashimoto 1-11-16
  • FOOD de HAPPY
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    Fukuoka Kitakyushu-shi Yahatanishi Orio 5-8-3 Orio
  • Kabata AEON MALL Kashiihama
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    Fukuoka Fukuoka-shi Higashi-ku Kashiihama 3-chome 12-ban 1 AEON MALL Kashiihama 1F [33]
  • Manneknepis AEON MALL Kashiihama
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    Fukuoka Fukuoka-shi Higashi-ku Kashiihama 3-chome 12-ban 1 AEON MALL Kashiihama 1F
  • Ocha no Yamaguchien AEON MALL Chikushino
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    Fukuoka Chikushino-shi Ryumyoji 434-1 AEON MALL Chikushino 1F
  • MI Plaza Iwataya Chikushino AEON MALL Chikushino
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    Fukuoka Chikushino-shi Ryumyoji 434-1 AEON MALL Chikushino 1F [136]
  • kambutuhompo yamashitashikamiyatukoshoten AEON the mall Chikushino
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    Fukuoka Pref. Chikushinoshi Ryumyouji
  • LUPICIA AEON MALL Fukuoka
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    Fukuoka Kasuya-gun Kasuyamachi Sakado Oinoki 192-1 AEON MALL Fukuoka 1F
  • Kuse Fuku Store AEON MALL Fukuoka
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    Fukuoka Kasuya-gun Kasuyamachi Sakado Oinoki 192-1 AEON MALL Fukuoka 1F
  • Dagashi no Shimomachiya AEON MALL Fukuoka
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    Fukuoka Kasuya-gun Kasuyamachi Sakado Oinoki 192-1 AEON MALL Fukuoka 1F
  • Ocha no Yamaguchien AEON MALL Fukuoka Ito
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    Fukuoka Fukuoka-shi Nishi-ku Kitabaru 1-2-1 AEON MALL Fukuoka Ito 1F [6]
  • Ocha no Yamaguchien AEON MALL Fukutsu
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    Fukuoka Fukutsu Himakino 6-16-1 AEON MALL Fukutsu 1F [134]

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The most northerly of Kyushu island's prefectures, Fukuoka comprises castle towns, seaside parks, and Hakata ramen, one of Japan's most famous noodle dishes. Whether due to its good location or its unique charm, the prefecture's capital, Fukuoka city, has been voted one of the most desirable places to live in the country—a close-knit community, a thriving food scene, and accessible nature combine for irresistibly laid-back city vibes.

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