This super tiny, elongated sushi restaurant is one fine place for sushi in Fukuoka. The restaurant is so small that you will need to squeeze a bit if someone at the end of the hallway need to use the washroom. But this didn’t bother me to enjoy a nice sushi meal. Continue reading
Right opposite to the famous tonkatsu place, Butagumi, there’s Miyazono. If you don’t have the energy to fit yourself into one of those famous sushi places in Japan, this should be an easy place to score a reservation. Continue reading
The reason why I revisited Kikunoi was not because of its stars, but rather the whole experience in getting the feeling of dining in a traditional kaiseki restaurant.
It’s a restaurant where you get a huge private dining room if you are dining with a group of friends. You can enjoy the view of the little garden from the room. In that case, it would be fun. Continue reading
When I first visited Fukuoka, I preferred Tokyo and Kyoto. But after visiting Fukuoka for a few times, I started to like it. It’s a place that you can walk around a chill. Continue reading
Many asked how I could score a reservation at the bucket-list restaurant Sukiybashi Jiro Honten for quite a few times, and with Jiro Ono san there serving sushi. To be honest, the quickest and most convienent way for me Continue reading
After the relocation of Den to Jingumae, it has started to do lunch service as well. Continue reading