Fukuoka Prefecture NPO Releases Fukuoka-Original Sake ‘Seiko Haruyoshi’
Fukuoka-based NPO Haruyoshi has launched limited sales of the first entry in a series of original sake releases, all of which are being made in Fukuoka. The name of the project’s first sake is Seiko Haruyoshi.
Seiko Haruyoshi 01 | ¥2,200
The sake is made from rice cultivated by Haruyoshi Denen in collaboration with Kazuyoshi Hamachi, a Japanese rice farmer based in Itoshima, Fukuoka. Haruyoshi Denen launched in 2019 and aims to have locals participating in the planting and harvesting of Yamada Nishiki, a short-grain rice used in the production of high-quality sake.
About the brewer’s rice of Itoshima
Itoshima is located in western Fukuoka, popular as a tourist area for its expansive mountain range and gorgeous ocean views. This rich natural environment also makes it an ideal location for rice cultivation, including Yamada Nishiki rice. This is what lead to the creation of Haruyoshi Denen, a project which enables the brewers to share their brewing story with locals.
Fukuoka’s sake breweries
Throughout the duration of this long-term project, a different Fukuoka-based brewery will be chosen to craft a sake each year. Producing the Seiko Haruyoshi is Isonosawa, the only Japanese brewery located in Ukiha, Fukuoka. Ukiha is abundant in natural water drawn from the Chikugo River.
Seiko Haruyoshi 01
Japanese Product Name: 晴好 HARUYOSHI 01
Tomozoe Honten: https://www.tomozoe-honten.co.jp/
Kotani Saketen: http://www.kotani-saketen.com
Bizen Fukuokaya: http://bizenfukuokaya.jp
Goto Shoten: https://www.gotoshoten.com
Yoshizuka Wines: https://www.yoshizuka-wines.com/
Haroyoshi Official Website: https://haruyoshi.jp/
Japan’s Kirby Café Announces Kirby’s Happy Birthday Fair
If you didn’t know, Kirby’s birthday falls on April 27. To celebrate, Kirby Café Tokyo and Kirby Café Hakata have announced the Kirby’s Happy Birthday Fair event which will run from April 1 to May 9 where customers can get their fingers on some delicious birthday treats and items.
Kirby’s Birthday Line-Up
Happy Birthday☆Kirby | ¥1,518 (Tax Included)
No birthday is complete without a fitting cake. This one is loaded with fruit, strawberry cream, an icing cookie, and other delicious treats. Make sure to get yourself a slice before Kirby inhales it whole!
Kirby 29th Birthday Badge | ¥594 (Tax Included)
Kirby 29th Birthday Candy (Lime Flavoured w/Sticker) | ¥638 (Tax Included)
TOKYO BOX Candy (Lemon Flavoured w/Sticker) | ¥638 (Tax Included) | Exclusive to Kirby Café Tokyo
Candy (Soda Flavoured w/Sticker) | ¥638 (Tax Included)
Candy (Strawberry Flavoured w/Sticker) | ¥638 (Tax Included)
Kirby’s Happy Birthday
Running: April 1, 2021 – May 9, 2021
Bookings: Not mandatory but recommended
Kirby Café Tokyo: https://kirbycafe-reserve.com/guest/tokyo/
Kirby Café Hakata: https://kirbycafe-reserve.com/guest/hakata/
Kirby Café Tokyo
Address: Tokyo Skytree Town Solamachi Floor 4F (1-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida, Tokyo)
Opening Hours: 10:00-21:00 (Last Orders 21:00)
Kirby Café Hakata
Address: Canal City Hakata North Bldg. B1F, 1-2-1 Sumiyoshi, Hakata, Fukuoka, Fukuoka Prefecture
Opening Hours: 11:00-21:00 (Last Orders 22:00)
Kirby Café Official Website: https://kirbycafe.jp
Japanese Boy Band JO1 Photo Exhibition Announced For Shibuya and Fukuoka
Japanese boy band JO1 released their first photo book Progress on January 27 this year. Fans who were unable to get a copy, or those who just want more JO1, will be excited to hear that a photo exhibition will take place at Shibuya PARCO from March 19 to 29 and Fukuoka PARCO from March 19 to April 4.
JO1 1st Photo Collection “Progress”
Shibuya exhibition’s main visual
Fukuoka exhibition’s main visual
“Progress” Mugs | ¥1,500
“Progress” Tote Bags | ¥1,800
“Progress” Folders | ¥500 Each
The exhibition will feature not only photos that are included in the photo book, but exclusive, never-before-seen ones too. A collection of merchandise will also be available for fans to buy, and all who attend the exhibition will receive a free solo photo of one of the members.
Progress JO1 Photo Exhibition
Running: March 19, 2021 – March 29, 2021
Where: Shibuya PARCO B1F GALLERY X
Opening Hours: 11:00-20:00 (Last entries at 19:30)
Running: March 19, 2021 – April 4, 2021
Where: Fukuoka PARCO Floor B1F
Opening Hours: 10:00-20:30 (Last entries at 20:00)
*Prior bookings will be required for entries running from March 19 to 21
Tokyo’s Pixar Exhibition ‘PIXAR! PIXAR! PIXAR!’ to Open in Spring 2021
A Japan-original Pixar exhibition by the name of PIXAR! PIXAR! PIXAR! is set to run from April 8-19 at Seibu Ikebukuro in Tokyo. The exhibition is a celebration of all things Pixar Animation Studio and Walt Disney Japan where fans will have the opportunity to glimpse never-before-seen concept art, learn about the secrets of the studio’s office building, hear interviews with Japanese staff who work at the animation studio, and much more.
Pixar fanatics can expect to see all their favourite characters from the filmography such as Monsters Inc., Toy Story, Wall-E, Coco, Finding Nemo, and more. There will be plenty of merchandise to add to the collection too—around 200 pieces in fact—including items with official artwork that has never been made into merch before.
New official artwork illustrated by Pixar Animation Studios for ‘PIXAR! PIXAR! PIXAR!’
The artists at Pixar Animation Studios have created an original collection of artwork for the exhibition which will be displayed around the site itself as well as on merchandise sold there. There will also be a behind-the-scenes video showing at the exhibition where you can see the staff drawing the pieces.
A historical lookback at Pixar’s filmography
The exhibition will pay homage to everything Pixar has to offer, from their roots of animation shorts to their critically acclaimed full length animated features. If you have a favourite from any of these, you’re sure to find merchandise of it at the exhibition.
Feel like you’ve been invited to Pixar Animation Studios
The exhibition will have an area decorated with a gallery of posters, the famous Pixar lamp and ball, Woody and Buzz statues made from Lego, and more, as well as a photo gallery from pictures taken inside the studio.
Learn all there is to know about Pixar
Learn all the trivia about Pixar from what kind of Japanese people work at the studio, what characters are hidden throughout their films, and more.
Fans can sift through around 200 pieces of original merchandise.
Movie Poster Collection
The posters released for each of Pixar’s films have been shrunk down into a collection of postcards.
Final frame merchandise
A line-up of merchandise featuring the final frames taken from all 23 of Pixar’s feature length animations.
Early concept art
The exhibition will sell an array of merchandise featuring artwork that has never been turned into merch before, such as early concept art.
There will also be merchandise featuring fun Easter eggs hidden throughout Pixar’s films.
Pixar Animation Studios
A line-up of merchandise that makes you feel like you’re part of the Pixar office.
Visitors that spend over ¥3,000 (tax included) on merchandise at the exhibition will receive one of 8 possible pins. These are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Additionally, spending over ¥6,000 will get fans an original bottle too.
The exhibition will also be moving around Japan after its Tokyo run. Check the locations below.
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PIXAR! PIXAR! PIXAR!
Running: April 4, 2021 – April 19, 2021
Opening Hours: 10:00-20:00
Where: Seibu Ikebukuro Annex Bldg. Floor 2F
Price: General ¥800 / Children ¥500
Running: April 21, 2021 – May 5, 2021
Where: Daimaru Kyoto Museum Floor 6F
Running: July 21, 2021 – August 12, 2021
Where: Matsuzakaya Nagoya Floor 7F
Running: December 29, 2021 – January 16, 2021
Where: Matsuzakaya Shizuoka Floor 8F
Where: Fukuoka PARCO Floor 5F
Running: April 17, 2021 – May 9, 2021
Official Website: https://www.ntvs.co.jp/ppp-official/
BEAMS JAPAN x Fukushima Prefecture’s Fukushima Mono Mappu Project Heads to Kyoto
Fukushima Mono Mappu, a project run in collaboration with BEAMS JAPAN and Fukushima Prefecture, has set up to shop in Kyoto for the first time at BEAMS JAPAN KYOTO where their line-up of products will be available for purchase until March 14.
Shirakawa Daruma BEAMS JAPAN KYOTO Exclusive Model (Purple) | Small ¥900, Medium ¥1,800, Large ¥4,500 (Before Tax)
The Fukushima Mono Mappu project launched in January 2018 as a way to promote Japan’s prefecture of Fukushima across the country. The collaborative project has released many different items, and now the people of Kyoto will be able to enjoy what the prefecture has to offer. To celebrate its first time in Kyoto, BEAMS JAPAN KYOTO will also be selling an exclusive purple daruma.
Fukushima Mono Mappu – Peko Taro’s City Trip
Japanese Event Title: ふくしまものまっぷ べこ太郎の都旅
Running: February 17, 2021 – March 14, 2021
Location: BEAMS JAPAN KYOTO
Opening Hours: 11:00-20:00
Address: Shinpuhkan, 586-2 Banocho, Nakagyo Ward, Kyoto, 604-8172
Official Website: https://www.beams.co.jp
Doraemon Future Department Store to Open Pop-Up Shop in Hakata
Doraemon’s official shop Doraemon Future Department Store, which is located in Odaiba, Tokyo, has announced that it will open a pop-up shop in Hakata, Kyushu, from February 18 to March 7. Fans can get their hands on a selection of exclusive merchandise and more.
Not Only Merchandise, But Services Too
1. Customise Service
The pop-up shops will offer a customisation service which lets customers have different embroideries put into the T-shirts, tote bags, and key rings. The work is done on the spot by hand so you can see the result of what will be a very special item of which only one exists in the world. Perfect for Doraemon fans and gifts to friends and family.
2. Post Office
The shop will offer a postal service for sending off Doraemon letters and postcards with original Doraemon stamps.
Bonus Items: 1st Anniversary Postcard / Mini Tote Bag
There are also bonus items for fans to get their hands on depending on how much they spend.
1. Customers who buy anything from the pop-up store will receive a free 1st anniversary postcard. One per transaction, available while supplies last.
2. Customers who spend over ¥5,000 (tax included) in a single transaction will receive a free tote bag. One per transaction, available while supplies last.
Universal Points Card
Points cards will be available which allow fans to buy additional exclusive merchandise as well as receive discounts. 1 point = ¥1 discount. Points are gained during transactions. These cards can be used not only at the pop-up shop but the main store in Odaiba as well as online. There’s also a handy app tied to the card.
Doraemon Future Department Store in JR Hakata City 2021
Running: February 18, 2021 – March 7, 2021
Where: JR Hakata City AMU EST Floor 1F POPUP STAGE
Address: 1-1 Hakata Station Central Gate, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka
Opening Hours: [Mon-Sat] 10:00-21:00 / [Sun & Holidays] 10:00-20:00
Doraemon Future Department Store Official Website: https://mirai.dora-world.com/
Japan Hotels | New Hotel The OneFive Terrace Fukuoka to Open on December 15
14.December.2020 | SPOT
Hakata Hotels is welcoming the third branch of its The OneFive brand hotels with the opening of The OneFive Terrace Fukuoka in Chuo, Fukuoka, on December 15, 2020.
The OneFive is based around the old Japanese way of ichigo ichie, which roughly translates to “treasure every meeting, for it will never reoccur.” It has taken considerate measures to question what really constitutes as necessary service when it comes to hotels, and launched as a new brand of simple yet comfortable and high quality hotels serving Japanese omotenashi, or hospitality.
Simple yet fine quality comfort
The OneFive Terrace Fukuoka is located in busy central Hakata—within walking distance of the entertainment district of Nakasu and the lively riverside area of Tensu—while offering spacious and comfy rooms.
Rooms are 27㎡～48㎡ in size, with Double Rooms being equipped with king size beds and Twin Rooms with two double beds. Each has a bath, toilet, and wash area, as well as a writing desk, closet, and other pieces to make the hotel stay as comfortable and convenient as possible. There are of courses terraces too, living up to the hotel’s name, which act as ‘another living room’ for guests.
The 4 S’s of Japanese Tea at The OneFive Terrace Fukuoka
A selection of specially-selected teas from around locations in Kyushu such as Yame (Fukuoka), Chiran (Kagoshima), Ureshino (Saga), and elsewhere.
Enjoy tea in a variety of different styles from creamy and foamy draft tea to hand drip tea and more.
The hotel’s pastry chefs will whip up a range of tea-flavoured desserts that fuse the traditional Japanese taste with modern western ideas.
All guests staying at The OneFive Terrace Fukuoka are offered a welcome cup of tea. The hotel is a chance for them to appreciate the local culture, region, and lifestyle arranged in a contemporary way.
The OneFive Terrace Fukuoka
Grand Opening: December 15, 2020
Address: 3-14-36 Haruyoshi, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka
Official Website: https://www.hakatahotels.co.jp/theonefiveterracefukuoka/
Kirby Café Launches Autumn Menu in Tokyo and Fukuoka
The Kirby Café in Tokyo and Fukuoka released three new dishes for autumn last Friday (September 18).
The menu items are made with seasonal flavours like pumpkin, sweet potato, and chestnut.
Filling Autumn Plate – Salmon Cream Pasta & Pumpkin Salad Sandwich | ¥1,480 (Before Tax)
One plate packed with fall flavours including a rich salmon cream pasta and pumpkin salad sandwich. If you look closely, you’ll spot cute pieces of Waddle Dee cheese.
Fallen Leaf Waterfall☆Mont Blanc and Baumkuchen With Friends | ¥1,280 (Before Tax)
Rick, Kine, and Coo feature on this tasty-looking dessert plate which is a baumkuchen piled with a chestnut mont blanc cream.
Kirby’s Hot Sweet Potato Sticks | ¥1,080 (Before Tax)
Crunchy on the outside, hot in the middle, and seasoned with fresh rosemary. Kirby is a pro at inhaling food, but don’t burn yourself with these!
Kirby Café TOKYO
Address: Tokyo Skytree Town Solamachi Floor 4F (1-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida, Tokyo)
Opening Hours: 10:00-22:00 (Last Orders 21:00)
Kirby Café HAKATA
Address: Canal City Hakata North Bldg. B1F, 1-2-1 Sumiyoshi, Hakata, Fukuoka, Fukuoka Prefecture
Opening Hours: 11:00-23:00 (Last Orders 22:00)
Book Here: https://kirbycafe.jp
Kirby Café Official Twitter: https://twitter.com/kirbycafe.jp
5 Peachy Desserts to Indulge Yourself in This Summer in Fukuoka
We’ve featured many different must-eat desserts in Fukuoka on here MOSHI MOSHI NIPPON. Today, we’re adding to that long list of tasty treats as we are joined by moe one again who has provided us with tasty photos from their Instagram along with descriptions of 5 peachy desserts to indulge yourself in this summer in Fukuoka.
Related Article: 5 Must-Try Desserts On Fukuoka’s Beach-Lined City Of Itoshima
Kurasukoto | Hiroo, Fukuoka
Peach Shaved Ice
This super cute-looking pink shaved ice is drizzled in a syrup made from Fresh peaches grown in Kyushu. It’s made even more refreshing with the freeze dried raspberries and crunchy pistachios. Hidden underneath everything is lots of almond jelly.
Address: 2F, 1-11-21, Hiroo, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka
Opening Hours: 11:30-17:00 (Last Orders 16:15)
Closed: Sunday / Monday
Official Website: https://www.kurasukoto.com/shop-hirao/
REC COFFEE | Yakuin, Fukuoka
White Peach & Lychee Tiramisu Parfait
This exquisite takeout parfait is made with a mix of white peach jelly, mascarpone, and rich espresso.
White Peach Tart
If coffee’s not to your taste, then this luxurious and cute tart topped with really thinly sliced white peach will be. It’s really refreshing, you’ll finish it in no time!
REC COFFEE Yakuin Station
Address: 1F, 1-1-26 Shirogane, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka
Opening Hours: [Mon-Thu] 8:00-01:00 | [Fri-Sat] 8:00-02:00 | [Sun & Holidays] 10:00-01:00
Official Website: https://rec-coffee.com/
Pâtisserie Georges Marceau | Tenjin Watanabe-dori, Fukuoka
This parfait is made with a generous portion of fresh peaches. Looking at the glass, you can see lots of different layers of goodies, so no matter where you spoon from it’s incredibly delicious. The textures of the tea sablé biscuit, mint and red shiso jelly, and nata de coco makes for a great combination.
Pâtisserie Georges Marceau
Address: 1F, 5-8-19 Watanabe-dori, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka
Opening Hours: 10:00-20:00 (Until 19:00 on Sundays)
No Fixed Holidays
Official Website: http://gm.9syoku.com/patisserie/
NOOICE food and coffee | Yakuin, Fukuoka
Whole Peach Plate Parfait
The name says it all: a whole stunning peach, and one served with a dollop of pistachio ice cream. Underneath the peach is an Earl Grey and mascarpone pudding. Peach and Earl Grey is simply a match made in heaven♡
NOOICE food and coffee
Address: 1-18-3 住所：福岡県福岡市中央区今泉1-18-3 1F
Tino | Ropponmatsu, Fukuoka
Cold Peach Lemon Cream Pasta
This one isn’t a dessert but a pasta dish! It has a rich flavour but the lemon cream sauce and fresh peach adds a fresh taste to it.
Address: Takahashi Apartment 2F, 4-6-25 Ropponmatsu, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka
Opening Hours: [Lunch] 11:00-15:00 | [Dinner] 17:30-21:00
Did you enjoy these picks? If you’re looking for even more desserts to try in Fukuoka then be sure to check out moe’s Instagram page which is filled with just that!
Original Japanese Text & Photos: moe
*The information about the items on this list are correct at the time of publishing. For the latest information, please visit each cafe’s official websites and social media pages.
Inuyasha Spin-Off Anime ‘Yashahime’ Releases First Trailer, Promotional Exhibition to Take Place Across Japan
The first trailer for the upcoming TV anime series Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon is here. The anime, which will air from October 3, serves as a spin-off series of the anime adaptation of Inuyasha which originally ran from 2000-2004 and wrapped up with Inuyasha: The Final Act in 2010.
Confirmed cast members for Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon include Sara Matsumoto as Towa Higurashi, Mikako Komatsu as Setsuna, and Azusa Tadokoro as Moroha.
To promote the series, a series of exhibitions celebrating the history of Inuyasha will take place across Japan including Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Fukuoka, and Niigata—the latter of which is the hometown of Inuyasha author Rumiko Takahashi. Merchandise will also be available for fans to buy.
The main visual for the exhibition
Details on tickets, merchandise, and the full content of the exhibition will be announced in the near future, so stay tuned.
ⒸRumiko Takahashi / Shogakukan・Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation・Sunrise 2009
Running: November 7, 2020 – November 23, 2020
Time: 10:00-21:00 (Last Entries 20:00)
Location: Ikebukuro PARCO 7F PARCO FACTORY
*Open until 18:00 (Last Entries 17:00 on November 23
*Advance tickets to be sold but are not required
*Opening hours subject to change depending on the COVID-19 situation at the time
*Exhibition subject to sudden changes, postponement, or cancellation depending on the COVID-19 situation at the time
*For the latest details and updates, check the event’s official website and Twitter page
Niigata, Nagoya, Osaka and Fukuoka Exhibitions
Tokyobike is set to open a new shop in Fukuoka, its first branch outside of Tokyo. The shop will have its pre-opening this week on July 23 followed by its grand opening on August 1. The store is being managed by FILAMENTS Inc. which is known for running the Hiroshima-based sports bike store “grumpy” as well as the bicycle lifestyle shop “pop grumpy.”
What is Tokyobike?
Tokyobike is a bicycle manufacturer which launched in 2002 on the east side of Tokyo. Specialising in bikes that can be enjoyed in the city and people’s everyday lives, the company now has over 200 stores in Japan, as well as three directly-managed shops in Tokyo and eight partner shops overseas.
The company’s Tokyobike Plus brand is a concept shop made in collaboration with a range of the company’s unique partners and offers a “plus” factor and value that can only be experienced with Tokyobike, showcasing a range to customers that shows them how to enjoy the bicycle life.
Tokyobike Plus Fukuoka is located in Yakuin which is just a 10-minute walk from Tenjin in central Fukuoka. It’s surrounded by bustling cafes, interior design shops, popular confectionery stores, and more. It’s also close to Ohori Park, Fukuoka Zoo and Botanical Garden, Ropponmatsu, and plenty of other places within 3km which can be easily reached by bike.
The store offers bike repairs and maintenance, sells bike-related goods which can be sifted through with a complementary cup of coffee, and staff can give information to riders on how best to enjoy riding around Fukuoka. Its interior design was conceived by Makoto Obuchi of GO!design factory Inc. who is responsible for creating the designs for the Italian restaurant Cernia in Fukuoka, the Akasaka-based izakaya Machiya Akariya, Meshiya Koyama Parking in Kego, and more.
To celebrate the opening of Tokyobike Plus Fukuoka, the first 80 customers will receive a free original Tokyobike hand towel designed by Kamawanu, a company specialising in making hand towels which are individually dyed using a traditional method known as chuusen.
Tokyobike Plus Fukuoka
Address: 16-1 Yakuinifukumachi, Chūō-ku, Fukuoka
Opening Hours: 11:00-19:00
Official Website: https://tokyobike-fukuoka.com
Street Fighter Exhibition at Fukuoka City Science Museum Rescheduled For July
The Street Fighter exhibition “Street Fighter: Ore Yori Tsuyoi Yatsura no Sekai Ten” (Street Fighter Exhibition: The World of Those Stronger Than Me) was originally scheduled to run from March 14 to May 24 but was cancelled due to the COVID-19 outbreak. However, it has been announced that the exhibition has been rescheduled and will take place from July 1 to September 22.
A ticket system is in place where attendees need to book a time and date in advance as a precaution against the novel coronavirus. Tickets can be bought in advance from the exhibition’s official website.
Street Fighter is a fighting video game franchise developed and published by Capcom. The first game was released in 1987 for arcades. Street Fighter II was released in 1991 is hailed as a landmark title in the series and would set the standard of fighting games that followed. The latest instalment to the series, Street Fighter V, was released in 2016, with Street Fighter V: Champion Edition following in 2019.
The Street Fighter exhibition is set to display treasured documents and art pieces from the franchise, as well as showcase a cabinet of the arcade games. With full support and cooperation from Capcom, the exhibition is a must-visit for all fans of the influential fighting game.
Here’s just a select glimpse of what to expect.
Street Fighter Gallery
This incredible gallery features a physical catalogue of game packages and cases, posters, and much more from across the series.
Memorable Street Fighter Scenes
①BONUS STAGE 2020 in FUKUOKA
Interactive Content: Destroy the car with a Surge Fist
②CONTINUE? Match Loss Facial Expression Collection
EXTRA ROUND: Secrets
A display of initial Street Fighter concepts, logos, character art, backgrounds, and more
CONTINUE: The Legend of Street Fighter Continues to Evolve
Street Fighter Exhibition (Japanese Name: ストリートファイター「俺より強いやつらの世界展」)
Running: July 1, 2020 – September 22, 2020
Closed: Tuesdays (Except August 11/August 18/September 22)
Time: 9:30-18:00 (Last Entries 17:30) (Open until 21:30 from August 7-19)
Location: Fukuoka City Science Museum (4-2-1 Ropponmatsu, Chuo Ward, Fukuoka)
Price: General ¥1,100 / High School & Junior High School Students ¥800 / Ages 4+ ¥500
Official Website: https://streetfighter.artne.jp/
Help Fukuoka’s Hotels During COVID-19 With Crowdfunding Project
17.June.2020 | SPOT
Fukuoka’s tourism industry is suffering greatly as a result of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and so the city has launched a crowdfunding project to ask for people’s help and support.
By donating, you can receive a special ticket which can be used when travel returns to normal which can be used at hotels you have donated towards. The tiers are priced at ¥3,000 and ¥5,000, which will get you tickets priced at ¥3,300 and ¥5,500 respectively to be used in the future. If you’re thinking of travelling to Fukuoka, or already had plans booked to go there, then consider donating towards the city.
Fukuoka is a city loved by Japanese people and foreigners alike. It has a rich food culture, incredible festivals, a rich history, and an amalgamation of urban and rural scenery.