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... views flying past the window. Fukuoka had a lightly feel to it and lots of nice looking shops and cafes. There is a distinct French influence with croissant shops and patisseries. Our hotel was very posh and we felt a bit scruffy in our walking gear... After a freshen up we headed out for some dinner. We had heard this was the birthplace of tonkatsu ramen and that the place to go was ...
... to it all. Quite reminiscent of Shanghai in the 1930's.
There was also an interesting exhibit about the Hakata Gion Yamakasa, which is a local festival in this area. It's origins are based on festivals that used to occur in earlier days to pray against diseases, especially in the face of the hot, steamy summers. The Yamakasa (float) used to be part of a quiet festival with the huge structures paraded through the various districts, but sometime in ...
... to watch workers in the many small shops lining the street to the temple, making umegae-mochi which is a sweet rice cake with bean jam, and a local specialty. We went into a lovely little shop, with beautiful gardens (but it was too cold to sit outside). I ordered a coffee and a umegae-mochi, which was quite delicious. A young man sitting at the next table and who had been watching us, then handed us another delicacy that he had ...
... cater to males seeking drinks and attentive conversation. The hostesses will light cigarettes, pour drinks, offer flirtatious conversation, and sing karaoke to entertain customers. Hostesses can be seen as the modern equivalent of geishas, providing entertainment to individual and groups of business men.
Of note, these are platonic establishments frequented by men and women.
Once we had returned to ...
... planes so hopefully we will have a smooth ride home.
The transition to our hotel was effortless, K now books hotels about 3 metres from a metro line as her 60 litre bergen has miraculously expanded to 80 litres and according to her, weighs a ton.
We popped out for a bite to eat and a quick drink and found a fantastic traditional restaurant bar with an open coal cooker. The Japanese ...