Sunday, March 14, 2010


Hakatakko, which means "child of Hakata"
Inside, the joint was jumping (I think it sat 11-12?)

Fukuoka is famous for it's yatai, which are food stalls that pop up all over town around 5pm and are open late into the night. They mainly cater to tourists and drunk businessmen, but some are supposedly quite good. In general, however, they are overpriced and mediocre. I actually hadn't been to one until today, and I was largely underwhelmed. The atmosphere is kind of cool (though the people who run it are incredibly cranky), and while I'm glad I had the experience, I doubt I will be going back for more. It was some of the worst Hakata ramen I've had X_X


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