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AMU PLAZA HAKATA, Fukuoka

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Shopping Mall
Shop, drop, and repeat at AMU PLAZA HAKATA, a large department store. With eight shopping floors and two floors packed with restaurants, you'll have plenty to choose from, whether you're looking for something you need for your trip, or are hoping to pick up a souvenir to take home with you. Major international and domestic brands all find a place in the large retail space, with leading brands in the worlds of fashion, electronics, and entertainment represented by flagship stores. Make AMU PLAZA HAKATA a centerpiece of your Fukuoka vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Fukuoka family vacation planner.
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  • Nice to visit. Huge malls interlink to one another. The main hub of transportation and bullet train. Plenty of restaurants - spoilt for choice. Should visit!!  more »
  • It's the home ramen noodles and the ramen is incredible with one ramen shop after another all in a row. A must must to go to and food amazing  more »
  • We were staying close by and seemed to have to walk through this place a couple of times a day. It got quite expensive and that was before eating on the top floors each night.  more »
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  • Love coming here. It's my stop before going home, the food on the 8-10th floors is amazing. The stores are interesting and the hustle and bustle of everyone is fun to watch.
  • A great place to go. Lots of eating choices and shops. Visit the roof garden on the 10th floor especially in the spring for a relaxing place (Tsubame No Mori) .
  • There is plenty to see at Amu Plaza from special Japanese nibbles to many floors of Japanese goods and merchandise. One store in particularly that spans a few levels of Amu Plaza is 'Tokyu Hands', where there is an abundance of everything from the quirky and cute to every day practical products. The top floors are dedicated to dining, with many restaurants of differing cuisines for you to choose. It used to be that very few staff were able to understand English, and directions were all in Japanese. But there has been a big improvement in these areas, with most staff being able to understand English, and translations of most things available in Korean, Chinese and English. If you would like to get the tax discount, then there is a threshold you must satisfy (over 5,500 yen or something around that) before you can claim this offer. My family discovered that while multiple purchases can be combined together to add up to the required amount, any purchase of foods are not eligible for this tax-free scheme.
  • Other than Tokkyu Hands, it's mostly girl clothes (which is great, if you're a girl).
  • Great place to shop. A stone throw away from Hakata Station.