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Nakasu, Fukuoka

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Experience the vibrant nightlife of Nakasu. Primarily a red light district, the area understandably comes alive at night with its plethora of bars, clubs, and adult entertainment establishments, which stay open until the early morning hours. The district is also famous for its Yatai street food stalls, where you can pick up various snacks and fresh ramen. If you’re not looking for excitement, you can opt for a relaxing walk along the canal . Put Nakasu on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Fukuoka trip itinerary planner.
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Where to stay in Fukuoka

As the largest city on the island, a hub of commerce, transport, and tourism, and a base for exploration of the wider region, Fukuoka offers plenty of accommodations to choose from. The most established hotels lie in Chuo Ward, the district closest to the port and on the western bank of the Naka River. Standard and luxury options abound in the this area and surrounding districts, offering a range of additional facilities to suit all tastes and budgets. Budget-conscious travelers will be pleased to find hostels and guesthouses throughout the city, but again, primarily in this central area.
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  • You have to understand the culture of Japan to understand and approach Nakasu. Traditionally the geishas and the bars I took care of "needs". These are the underbelly of society primarily controlled b...  more »
  • we were here at night, its some nice walking street and along the canal where you get to experience the real japan. nothing pretentious... and i dont recommend children. theres plenty of food shops an...  more »
  • We were staying close to Nakasu around Hallowe'en and were lucky enough to stumble across to the island after dinner during the Nakasu Matsuri. This was great fun, lots of people on the streets, with ...  more »