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This style of eating is indicative of the area & culture of a time that may now have passed with shopping malls & Izakayas. As some have noted it is a tourist attraction in itself. Located within the district that comes alive after dark.
Most stalls sell similar dishes, and are equally popular, so I’d say pick the one that you can find seats at. It was an enjoyable experience, watching the chefs dish out local cuisines from the tiny kitchen. I’d recommend ordering light bar food that goes...More
Nothing better than having a quick but hot bowl of ramen in the out door shop in the midst of winter. Keeps you warm.
There is beer and sake and in some Yatai they have yakitori and oden as well. Nothing fancy but...More
It is not the best ramen you can find in the city, but it is a fun experience. We walked along the canal during the day, and there was hardly a trace of the action that would appear that evening. The Yatai stalls are crowded,...More
I love trying local foods everywhere I go and especially in Japan, it’s pretty hard to eat something that doesn’t taste good. I was very very excited to visit this area and it was an awesome experience! It’s very hard to see street food vendors...More
Visited Hakata on 12 Jan 2018. Alighted at Nakasu Kawabata Station and took a walk along the river towards Canal City only to see three stalls of which two were full :(
Made a trip to hakata thinking that this wouldbe the highlight of the...More
These small “restaurant” stalls are lined along the river and other small side streets of Fukuoka. They are an interesting way to take in the local food scene at night. However, a lot of what is served at each tent is the same and the...More