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This place is said to be Fukuokas Shibuya but its not similar at all.
This is basically just a typical downtown area with the typical malls like OIOI etc. But its far from bustling places like Shibuya, Shinjuku or Namba. Maybe a bit close to...More
Nice place in the heart of Fukuoka, accessible from any part of the city it is under the Tenjin train station ,good to spend some time for shopping, many stores, café and restaurants, do not miss this place
In September when you walked down the street at Tenjin, you felt comfort, relax for it was clean, secured, and simple. You would see flocks of students led by teachers walking across street at noon, and saw people walking and waiting by lines in order....More
So many stores, so many things to buy. Very vibrant and alive specially after work and on week-ends. Lots of small cafes and restaurants that are tourist friendly. The side streets have more stores, you can wander around the whole day and into the evening.
We enjoyed walking in this area and little streets around it. We got there in the afternoon and spend a few hours there. We tried different food and drinks in little restaurants in the area and we loved them all.
I stayed in the hotel near Tenjin Nishi Street, everyday I travelled to the other place until the last day I seeked for the famous Ramen restaurant named Ichi-ran and Ippudo. they are located in this street.
After my dinner, I just found out it's...More
First of all, Tenjin area itself is Shopping-On-Steroids! Tenjin Nishi-dori Avenue is just one road. You'll find the Apple Store, Forever 21, H&M, Muji, Zara, A&F, MrMax and other stores. Ichiran (good ramen!) has a branch here too. Iwataya department store has a entrance on...More