Workers working at the government-run Yawata Steel Works had severe physical fatigue and preferred to eat foods that ...
If you walk around the city at night in Fukuoka or Hakata, you will definitely encounter yakitori restaurants here an...
The Buzen Sea, which has large tidal flats with a large difference in tides and tides, boasts one of the largest catc...
The “Buzen Sea One Grain Oyster,” which is named because it “takes time and effort to carefully polish the surface on...
Synonymous with Yanagawa is the atmosphere and scenery downstream and steamed eel. In Fukuoka, it is so famous that “...
The standard grilled curry is rice topped with curry, cheese, and eggs and baked in an oven, and the taste, appearanc...
The chewy, thin dough is baked crisply, and the inside is plump cooked azuki beans from Tokachi. Tsubuan uses the aus...
Hakata Wagyu beef is wagyu beef purchased mainly from calf-producing areas in Kyushu and carefully raised for about 2...
In northern Kyushu, chicken is called “kashiwa” and has been popular as an ingredient since ancient times. It is said...
Tagawa hormone nabe is a dish in which hormones seasoned with yakiniku sauce and a large amount of vegetables such as...
Hibiki Sea off the coast of Ashiya-cho is one of the leading fishing grounds for squid in western Japan. The spear sq...
Akizuki Honkudzu, which was praised when it was presented to the lord of the Akizuki Domain, a branch domain of the K...
The characteristic of Udon in Fukuoka is that the noodles are soft. The harmony between the noodles with the fluffy s...
Fukuoka prefecture has abundant landings of natural pufferfish (tiger puffer fish, white mackerel puffer fish, etc.),...
The origin of YaME-tea is said to have originated when the monk Shuzui built Reiganji Temple in 1423 (Oei 30) and con...
Oysters farmed in Itoshima are called “true oysters,” and are famous as one of Japan's representative oysters, and ar...
Hakata mentaiko, one of Fukuoka's representative souvenirs, is fermented with pollock ovaries mixed with red pepper, ...
Motsunabe, which is famous as a local dish of Fukuoka, is said to have its roots using aluminum pots (hormone) and le...
Among the many Hakata specialties you want to eat is Mizutaki, a traditional dish that has a history of over 100 year...
Fukuoka is famous for Hakata ramen, but Nagahama ramen is also one of Fukuoka's specialties.
Nagahama ramen is chara...
Uchiwa shrimp is said to be a phantom shrimp. As its name suggests, it features a unique shape with its head spreadin...
Speaking of ramen in Fukuoka, the birthplace of tonkotsu ramen, you can say “Hakata ramen”. It features a milky white...
“Okuto” originated in Fukuoka, has been familiar with locals in Fukuoka since ancient times as a staple and is indisp...
Kyushu Tonkotsu ramen featuring turbid soup and straight noodles made by cooking pork bone for a long time. It is a p...
Chimaki in the Chinese restaurant “Toshin Sekai” is a specialty of Hakata Nakasu. Any one Hakatako has ever tasted at...
It is an essential zoni for New Year's holidays, but Hakata zoni is eaten mainly in Fukuoka City and Hakata area.