Facing the Sea of Japan, the coastal region of Fukuoka is the humble home to a lively street food culture and phenomenally fresh seafood. Influenced by Chinese and Korean cuisine, unique Japanese food from the Kyushu region’s coastal Fukuoka Prefecture is unmatched for its intense flavors and dishes made from local ingredients. For anyone taking a trip to Fukuoka, you can learn how to make unique local Fukuoka food during an exciting hands-on Fukuoka cooking class using local seafood and regional flavors. During a cooking class in Fukuoka, you could learn how to make Hakata ramen, the region’s local variety that’s a local style of pork tonkotsu ramen. Cook it with a side of tiny "one bite” gyoza dumplings, or try your hand making a steaming hotpot that’s a local crowd-pleasing dish, better known as "motsunabe.” Not only unique local dishes, at a Fukuoka cooking class you can learn how to make traditional Japanese food, such as creating different types of hand-rolled sushi or a bento box made from various homestyle Japanese dishes!