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To be frank, I live within walking distance of this market and it's one of things which I can point too as making me feel like I actually live in Japan. Yobuko is known for one thing in Japan: squid. When telling people where I...More
Heard that it was one of the top morning markets in Japan, but coming here on Christmas Eve morning (Sun) did not give me that impression. There were not that many street vendors and some of the shops also were closed. Generally it was rather...More
It was our second trip to Fukuoka and so we decided to be a little more adventurous. Yobuko was the first of two day trips (Yanagawa tomorrow).
We set off from Fukuoka city center at 8 am, took the subway + JR (45 mins combined)...More
This market is all about the local catch so be prepared to see (and smell) a lot of squid. Was there on a Sunday morning so there was a big happy weekend crowd. Stallholders were happy to let me take pictures of various interesting and...More
We visited on a rainy morning and arrived at a deserted market. Not sure if stores and sellers decided to pull out because of the rain, but hardly any stores were open.
Of the few that were open, they were selling a variety of seafood...More
This place is worth the drive! -
Highly recommend to get there by 9am to enjoy the street lined with morning makeshift stalls. Quite an interesting experience. A must try is the octopus balls and freshly opened Uni saahimi at Yen400 and you can literally...More
The harbour is magical with fisher men's boats lined up bobbing about. We saw men sitting repairing nets. The market is full of squid and fish. Little English spoken but people were so delightfully friendly and offered these tastings. One lady's stall had succulent oily...More