Top 10 Food Tips in Fukuoka

How much do you know about Fukuoka food? You’ve bought a cheap ticket to Fukuoka, but you don’t know what to eat there? The Fukuoka locals recommend the top 10 must-eat places to eat, giving you a full day of eating, sleeping and eating! Are you ready to go to your next destination?

1. Motsunabe

Motsunabe” is the Japanese word for beef sausage nabe, pronounced Motsunabe (remember, it’s good for ordering). Usually there are leeks, beef sausage, cabbage, etc., and although different restaurants have different recipes, leeks and beef sausage are a sure thing! Once you’ve had it, you’ll know that leeks and beef sausage are a perfect match, just like kopi and soda bread!

The best thing about Oyama is that it’s made with real ingredients, and they don’t put all the ingredients into the soup base, which is light but has a lot of ingredients, so you don’t have to eat it at all! The meat is so tender that ~ ~ ~ do not have to bite, melt in the mouth! After eating the last step is also very powerful, eat the beef intestine pot, put a local Japanese noodles to cook, noodles absorb those soup, it is simply no top ah!

【Recommended Restaurants:Oyama】

Address: 7-28, Nitoriya-cho, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka 812-0025
Hours: 5pm-12am (Last Call 11pm) *You can have it for dinner or a late night snack!
Access: Get off at Gofukumachi Station on the subway and walk for about 3-5 minutes.
Website

https://www.motu-ooyama.com/shop/honten/

2. Eel Rice

Unagi Don!!!This is definitely one of the most loved Japanese cuisine in Malaysia ~ ~ to travel to Kyushu, Japan, but did not eat Unagi, you really sorry for your stomach! Japanese eel rice is served in a bento box, once the lid is opened, you will let out a word: WOW! When you eat it, the fish oil melts comfortably in your mouth, and the sweetness of the eel itself, combined with the sauce drizzled on top…one bite of fish, then one bite of rice, perfect!

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by あるぱか (@pikapika_arupakatn)

【Recommended Restaurants:Yoshizuka-unagi】

Address:8-27, Nakasu 2-chome, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka 810-0801
Open: 11am~9pm (Last Call 8:30pm), Wednesday off *You can eat it for lunch or dinner!
Access: Get off at Nakasu Kawabata Station on the subway and walk for about 5 minutes.
Website

http://yoshizukaunagi.com/

【Recommended Restaurants:Yanagawa House Eel Rice】

Address: 3-10-14, Hakata-eki-mae, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City
Open: 11am-10:30pm (Last Call 10pm), Sundays off *Can be eaten for lunch or dinner!
Access: 5 minutes walk from Hakata Station of Metro JR subway

3. Yanagawa Nabe

Yanagawa Nabe is one of the specialties of Fukuoka and has been handed down from 200 years ago to the present. If you see the word “Yanagawa” on the menu, burdock and egg are definitely one of the ingredients. But what is the main character of Yanagawa Nabe besides burdock and egg? The answer is: loach! The mudskipper is seasoned with rice, burdock, scallions and onions, and the egg mixture is spread on the top layer of the pot. This pot is nutritious and special, how can you miss it?

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by 村岡浩昭 (@muhiro1103)

【Recommended Restaurants:Saraya】

Address: 〒832-0065 29-1 Okiwabata-cho, Yanagawa City
Opening hours: 11:30am~2:30pm, closed on Thursdays (on public holidays) *Can be eaten for lunch!
Transportation: Take a Nishitetsu bus from Yanagawa Station on the Nishitetsu Tenjin-Omuta Line, get off at the Ohana-mae bus stop, and walk for about 5 minutes.
Website

http://www.saraya-fukuryu.com/

4. Hakata Ramen (Tonkotsu Ramen)

Ramen is as popular in Japan as Nasi Lemak is in Malaysia. The typical “Hakata Ramen” in Kyushu uses pork bones as the base to make the soup milky white, and uses thin noodles with scallions, BBQ pork, coiled egg, marinated bamboo shoots, seaweed, etc. The rich soup and the elasticity of the noodles are great!

What’s the point? The ramen stores in the Hakata area have two special services.
1. you can refill the noodles! You can add as much noodles as you want, and you’re guaranteed to have a full meal! But be aware that when you add noodles, the soup must be left in the bowl. The charge varies from restaurant to restaurant. 2.

2. choose the texture of the noodles! Just like cooking your own maggi noodles, you can adjust how soft or hard you want. If you like sibeh hard enough, you can order “konaotoshi”, followed by “harigane”, and then “barikata”. “(barikata) and “kata” (kata); to order soft noodles you can say “”yawa” (yawa) or “bariyawa” (bariyawa).

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by エハ こてつ (@eha.0023)

【Recommended Restaurants:Ippudo】

Address:1-13-14, Daimyo, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka 810-0041
Hours: 11am~11pm *You can eat it for lunch or dinner!
Access:Metro Tenjin Station, about 10 minutes walk
Website

https://www.ippudo.com/store/daimyo/

【Recommended Restaurants:Ichiran】

Address: 2-1-57, Daimyo, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka 810-0041
Hours: 10am~7am *You can eat it for lunch, dinner or a late night snack!
Access: Take Nishitetsu Tenjin-Omuta Line and get off at Tenjin Station, about a 7-minute walk from Tenjin Station; take the Metro Airport Line and get off at Tenjin Station, about a 6-minute walk from Tenjin Station.
Website

https://ichiran.com/shop/kyushu/tenjin-nishidori/

5. Spicy Pollack roe

Most Malaysians only think of Mentaiko Sushi when they see mentaiko, but in Fukuoka, Kyushu, mentaiko can be unbelievable! “mentaiko” means “cod”, and “son” means “egg”. When you walk around Fukuoka, you will see all kinds of mentaiko food, such as mentaiko bread, mentaiko pancakes, mentaiko pasta, etc. Not only that, but you can also see mentaiko dolls in souvenir stores, which are cute enough! There is even more geng, mentaiko buffet! Want to know where? Look at the following introduction will know ~

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by 株式会社 玄海 (@genkai.mentaiko)

【Recommended Restaurants:Hakata Motsu Nabe Yamaya

Address: 1-1, Hakata-eki Chuogai, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka
Opening hours: 11am~2pm/5pm~11pm (Last Call 10:30pm) *Can be eaten for lunch or dinner!
Access: 2 minutes walk from Tsukushi Exit of JR Hakata Station
Official website

http://www.y-shokukobo.com/

6. Japanese BBQ(Yakiniku)

How can you let go of grilled wagyu beef when you are in Japan? Especially, this “yakiniku desu ne” is more oishii than oishii~~~ This restaurant has a good location (in front of Hakata Station), good taste (Wagyu Beef with A4 grade or higher), and the price is “good enough”! It’s a great place (in front of Hakata Station), good taste (Wagyu Beef with A4 grade or higher), and the price is “good”! The only downside is that many times you will have to wait in line until you wonder about your life ~ there is no other way, this restaurant is really popular among locals.

By the way, after eating at this “Yakiniku Duo Niu”, your clothes will “smell like burned meat”, so if you mind, why not go to another restaurant called “Yakiniku Champion”, where the Wagyu is A5 grade yo!

【Recommended Restaurants:Yakiniku Tagyu】

Address:1-2F Saien Building, 1-5-3, Hakata-eki Minami, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka
Opening hours: 5:30pm~11pm (Monday off) *You can eat it for dinner!
Access: JR Hakata Station, walk


Share

  • このエントリーをはてなブックマークに追加

Follow us

Meet Japanese Freinds


error: Content is protected !!