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I rent a bike and hung around Hakata and Tenjon station areas. Hakata is more focused on travellersbut Tenjinis more food-stalls, shopping, and open concerts etc.there’s big open stage in front of Iwataya where I could enjoy singers’ music. I spent some time at the...More
You atypical department store, uneventful but great Japanese customer service.
If you shop at Iwataya, there are a selection of hotels which they deliver, be sure to check when you get your tax refund.
Great food basement where it is designed for shopping and have...More
The department stores come in 2 phases of twin buildings, connecting by a walking bridge on 3rd floor. Despite we walked through almost every inch of the 2 buildings, we hardly find any attraction despite it was nicely displayed. Surprisingly, the service quality of staff...More
This location is one of the most famous tourists and local attraction for shopping and food.
This mall is just besides the big train subway station and has a lot of small eatrus besides ir.
The nall itself is uptown and trendy.
A must visit...More
This is the classiest shopping centre in Ippudo with great friendly staff and attention to detail. Bought a present for my son and they took great pains to wrap it nicely without even asking. Made my day.
My wife had a blast here, travelling between the old and new blocks to buy make up such as Shu Uemura and clothes by Mila Over, while I enjoyed the supermarket and food hall areas in the basement.
We especially love the French style breads,...More
A very nice high-end international and local brands department store.
Tax-free refund was located on 1/F of new building but there was an unreasonable charge of 1.1% of total tax-free purchases as process fee.
Good Cafes were scattered on different floors.
Eat Paradise was on...More