It was quite late by the time I reached Fukuoka. Time for some late night dinner! Near where I stayed, there is a yatai of about 10 stalls. It was just a 3 to 5 min walk. It's so lively in the middle of a quiet street at night. People are drinking and getting drunk, talking to strangers across the stalls. It was a fun experience. As for the food, it's surprising good. It's in the middle of the street in a stall/cart like booth and yet, they were able to make all these yummy food. There is no English on the menu, so we just pointed to what we wanted and communicating seem to be ok~ Love these bbq on a stick~
The broth for the ramen was so rich and thick. Super delish!
As you can see, there are quite a few stalls. We just went to the one with the most people.
Nagahama Yatai Street is at point J in the list "Places Part 1" on the map below:
Day 2: Uminonakamichi Seaside Park > Animal Forest at Uminonakamichi Seaside Park > Hakata Port Tower > Tenjin > Gram Cafe and Pancakes > Canal City > Raumen Statium (Canal City) > All You Can Eat Yakiniku カルビ市場
Day 3: 唐戶市場 Karatoichiba > Mojiko > Kawachi Fujien > Kitte Mall > いちにぃさん 博多駅くうてん店 > 元祖ラーメン > ナンバーワン Ramen
Day 4: Fukuoka Castle 福岡城跡 > Maizuru Park 舞鶴公園 > 大濠公園Ohori Park > 一蘭 本社総本店 > Kawabata Shopping Arcade > Kushida Shrine > Tōchō-ji Temple > Boat Rowing at 大濠公園Ohori Park > Japanese Style Italian Food at らるきぃ > Tempura at 楽ちゃん港本店
Day 5: うどん > 博多八昌 > Fukuoka City Museum > Robot Square > Momochi Seaside Park > Fukuoka Tower > 溫野菜
Day 6: Hakata Port Tower