字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hello today. Want to take you on a sample tour around my favorite city in Japan? Fukuoka Start your day by hopping on the open top bus tour. Tickets are 1500 yen and the bus departs from Fukuoka City Hall. This is a great way to get your bearings in the city and even learn a few hidden secrets about Fukuoka. Can you find the Pokemon on the windows of the station, Not to mention on a sunny day? Cruising through the city on an open top bus just feels amazing. And if you're feeling like a little refresher, head on over to coffee. It's my favorite, locally owned and operated halfway, and it's just around the corner from the bus stop. They have power outlets and free WiFi, too. Meals, deserts and coffee flavors you won't find in any large brand coffee shops. It also helps that their menus are in English, too. I love their ketamine use a lot. If you're looking for a more authentic lunch experience, why don't you have a cabin head on over Teyana Eboshi Mango. This is the place to go downtown for fresh fish, and you'll never know what you find as fish change, depending on the season, no matter what, you cannot go wrong with. The caisson on this don't Talk to set costs about 1500 yen and came with seasonal fresh fish. Deep fried fish with those famous men, Taeko and this gorgeous soup. It's a must try for any sushi lover when you're done, head on back to tension for some light shopping free, younger fashion checkout, tension core and, if mature, is more your style that walk across the street to Particle, which recently opened a few years ago. It has more select shops goods, and you never know what you're gonna find here. And if shopping isn't your thing, that's OK, too. You can take a walk through tension to discover its arcades and sports center. There's a movie theater. There's karaoke boxes. Pay attention to where everyone around you is going, and you might make a new discovery, too. In the evening, it might be fun to take a walk over to the famous nightlife district Na Casa. It's really quiet during the day, but once it gets dark, streets are filled with salary, men and tourists. The streets are decorated with things that girly girls like sparkly dresses and colorful flowers, and stores here are hoping for some pretty unusual hours. There are lots of excellent restaurants in this area as well. So even if you're just there to people, watch prop into a restaurant of your choice after strolling down the streets. But be careful places labeled snack or not. Actually, restaurants and anything with a members only sign you probably shouldn't enter. A short walk along the river will bring you to Fukuoka famous Gap, Die or food stalls. Here you can enjoy street food while you sit with other tourists and locals in a really tight and cozy atmosphere. This is a great place to grab some ramen and maybe a beer. So what do you think? How would you spend your model day in Fukuoka? I hope this guy does helpful for those of you who are new here. And don't forget that you can check out the Fukuoka playlist for other videos about things to do in Fukuoka.