Kawabatadori Shopping Street, Fukuoka
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Explore the charming aisles of Kawabatadori Shopping Street, one of Fukuoka's oldest shopping complexes, offering a glimpse into the city's past. Shops stretch either side of the 400 m (1312 ft) covered pedestrian zone, where you can buy a range of gifts and souvenirs such as salt soap, traditional fans or local food items. The street also connects two major shopping complexes, a chance to find more international brands. Don't miss Asajima Ryubundo, a century-old shop known for its interior and small japanese garden, selling traditional fans (which quickly sell out) and paintings. By using our Fukuoka itinerary builder, you can arrange your visit to Kawabatadori Shopping Street and other attractions in Fukuoka.
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  • It is a bustling shopping arcade. Adjacent to the Canal city Hakata and Hakata riverain large-scale commercial facility is useful. It's originated in Hakata dontaku, Gion-Yama Kasa, seimonn払i, etc.
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  • Then comes the walking pedestrian shopping street is Kamikawabata continued because the neighborhood has plenty of shops along with figuring out what to eat here.
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  • If compared to the old turnover exuberance of what lost does not like. In the Interior of the country faced kushida shrine in front of the greengrocer shops and recommended local tastes. Staff got tired of hotel dining, visitors can enjoy the rustic local flavour.
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