Tenjin Underground Shopping Center, Fukuoka

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Linked to about 20 aboveground buildings and shopping centers, Tenjin Underground Shopping Center spreads beneath Fukuoka and continuously buzzes with activity. Shops line the lengthy subterranean cobblestoned walkway, which serves as a mall and a refuge for local commuters, especially on rainy days. Check out the wide variety of clothing stores and restaurants, as well as the food hall, where stands offer samples of Japanese confections. Using our online itinerary creator, Fukuoka attractions like Tenjin Underground Shopping Center can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Through here, where various. Connected with the subway and the train station is convenient. In addition, clothing, gadgets, cafés and shops.
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  • On the way home from work, holiday passes better. It is often helpful when you go. Especially on a rainy day will use here as all open-air • lol it is because there are so many shops to window shop a great place.
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  • There are a variety of stores, the range is very large, especially when it is convenient to meet the rainy day, there are some special price is very impressive, but also with the iron and West Iron Tenjin Sotetsu, a whole is very convenient
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  • Convenient place to grab import foods in Tenjin. The shop itself is quite small and cramped, which can make it tough to navigate during busy hours.
  • this is where i get all of my import food goods. nice selection of hard to find items. good coffee
  • Other shops without food is readily available. Find sold out soon after you have arrived is now popular superfood now suggest that Moringa tea are rich in nutrients, so immediately and GET more. Of course you would know everyone's is also there are better tasting coffee is delicious.
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  • Interesting assortment. No crowding to buy;
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  • It is delicious tasting Kaldi. Warm during the colder months.
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