Welcome to Japan’s most progressive city and Kyushu’s most populated prefecture where both people and temperature are warm. Fukuoka is the fusion of two cities–Hakata, a port city, and Fukuoka, a former castle town. This union created a dynamic city best known for its spectacular culinary, excellent transportation links, magnificent flower gardens, and seaside culture. Fukuoka is also renowned across Japan for its Hakata Dontaku Festival–the most popular Golden Week festival in the country with 2 to 3 million people attending the festival each year. On top of that, Fukuoka is also one of the more affordable cities in Japan with proximity to mainland Asia.


Fukuoka hosts more than 2 million foreign visitors annually, with the majority coming from neighboring South Korea, Taiwan, and China. With so many tourism hotspots and pristine nature, Fukuoka is one not to be missed.

Fukuoka City

A relaxed port town with friendly people, excellent shopping, and magnificent culinary cabaret


A steel town packed with endless sightseeing opportunities


Kyushu's ancient administrative capital with impressive historical sites

Nokonoshima Island

Filled with blossoming flowers all year round

We arrange a wide array of meal choices for you, from Japanese traditional set meals, all you can eat, to local and seasonal specialties. Join us in exploring the taste of Japan!

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Different regions have their own traditional recipes and agricultural farming system. Many of the regional dishes can only be tasted in the original area they came from.


Mizutaki is a hotpot (nabe) dish in which thin slices of chicken, assorted vegetables, mushrooms, and tofu are cooked together in a light kombu dashi broth. The umami flavor condensed in the broth determines the taste. Mizutaki is usually enjoyed during winter at home, but even so, many people buy soup from specialist stores.


Motsu refers to offal or internal organs of beef or pork, and “nabe” which translates to “hotpot.” The main ingredients are beef innards, cabbage, tofu, leek, and Chinese chives. The soup is often miso or soy sauce based on garlic. This dish is said to have beautifying effects due to the high amount of collagen.

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Whether this is your first time visiting, or returning, make sure to participate in these unique activities, that cannot be done elsewhere!

Ramen Making

There is no better place in the world to learn how to make the world-renowned Hakata ramen; famous for its characteristic thin noodles and rich pork bone broth. Classes are three-hours long and commanded by one of the most famous names in the ramen world, Ippudo Ramen. It's fun for both children and adults!


Yatai (open-air food stand) is the symbol of Fukuoka city. There are dozens of yatai scattered across the city, and each yatai seats about 7-8 people. This unusual dining experience creates the perfect atmosphere for socializing with shopkeepers, regular customers, and fellow travelers alike while enjoying typical dishes such as yakitori, oden, ramen, and beer.

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Recommended Hotels

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Hilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk

Hotel Monte Hermana Fukuoka

Hotel Monterey Fukuoka

Mitsui Garden Hotel Fukuoka Gion

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