Hakata Food Tour: Chicken, Ramen, Mentaiko Bread, & More
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Tour Hakata with your taste buds on a guided food tour! Try 72-hour chicken skin skewers, mentaiko bread, Hakata-style ramen, tea & snacks. In between food stops, visit the sacred Kushida Shrine.
See the best of Hakata’s food scene with this 3-hour guided culinary tour
Enjoy & learn about a variety of regional foods
Enjoy the company of one of Hakata’s expert guides
Tour Hakata with your taste buds on this three-hour guided food tour of the city's best. You’ll try regional specialties at several renowned establishments, including 72-hour chicken skin skewers, mentaiko (cod roe) bread, Hakata-style ramen, plus tea and snacks. In between food stops, pay a visit to the sacred Kushida Shrine. Experience flow: Meet your guide at Hakata Station Food stop one: 72-hour chicken skin skewers at Hakata Guruguru Torikawa Food stop two: Mentaiko bread at the award-winning Mentaiko France bakery Visit the sacred Kushida Shrine Food stop three: Hakata-style ramen at Hakataya Ramen Food stop four: Japanese tea and snacks at Mitsuya Seikaen Chaho 72-Hour Chicken Skin Skewers at Hakata Guruguru Torikawa: Our first culinary stop is Hakata Guruguru Torikawa, renowned for its delectable 72-hour marinated chicken skin skewers, of which they sell 800,000 per month! Mentaiko Bread at the Award-Winning Mentaiko France Bakery: Indulge your taste buds by stopping at the award-winning Mentaiko France bakery. Try mentaiko (cod roe) bread, a unique fusion of Japanese and French flavors. At their peak, they bake this savory bread every 10 minutes, with over 1000 sold daily. Visit the Sacred Kushida Shrine: Take a brief cultural detour and visit the sacred Kushida Shrine, an oasis of serenity in Hakata's heart. Hakata-Style Ramen at Hakataya Ramen: Hakata is renowned for its distinct style of ramen, and at Hakataya Ramen (established in 1976), you'll have the opportunity to savor this local treasure. Hakata-style ramen is characterized by its rich, creamy pork bone broth, thin straight noodles, and simple toppings, making it a beloved regional dish. Japanese Tea and Snacks at Mitsuya Seikaen Chaho: End your journey with a serene interlude at Mitsuya Seikaen Chaho, a renowned teahouse established over 300 years ago. Try hon gyokuro, a Fukuoka-famous tea with a rich, espresso-like flavor.
A guided food tour of Hakata
Food and drinks as mentioned in the description
Transport to & from the meeting point
Additional foods & drinks
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
Meet up at Hakata station.
Please bring your appetite & a sense of adventure
Fukuoka is Japan’s up-and-coming foodie prefecture, which was put on the map by the 2014 Michelin Guide and has been consistently featured ever since. Roam food markets in Fukuoka, taste the authentic Hakata tonkotsu ramen in its birthplace, and fill up at yatai street food stalls during your trip to Fukuoka!
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Please note that the time is in Japan Standard Time.