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JR Hakata City AMU PLAZA Hakata (JR博多シティ アミュプラザ博多)


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One of the station buildings at the Hakata Entrance of Hakata Station. The building has ten above ground floors and one basement level housing a variety of fashion boutiques and shops offering miscellaneous goods as well as the T-Joy Hakata cinema complex and the JR Kyushu Hall multipurpose hall. Floors nine and ten are home to a number of restaurants in the City Dining Kuuten while the first floor features the Miyage-mon Market where a variety of Hakata souvenirs are available.


Fukuoka Fukuoka-shi Hakata-ku Hakata Sta. Chuogai 1-1 (Fukuoka / DazaifuArea)

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Review of JR Hakata City Amu Plaza Hakata

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Reviewed:2020/01/26 Level 9 and 10 for food
Came here to explore the food options. They have great restaurants on L9 and L10, you will be spoilt for choices. It gets pretty crowded before 12noon for lunch so do come early to avoid the...
Reviewed:2020/01/26 Upscale Shops with plenty of choices
This mall has some really nice upscale retail shops for women if you are looking for clothes and accessories . Local brands available . There are also several food outlets . A typical upscale mall .
Reviewed:2020/01/25 Lunch
Came here after reading recommendation on good restaurants on level 9 & 10. Ate at Toc Toc, sushi restaurant. Ordered donburi with 10 types of seafood. The fish was simply delicious, try the special...

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Fukuoka Fukuoka-shi Hakata-ku Hakata Sta. Chuogai 1-1 [map]
Fukuoka / DazaifuArea
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