An entire floor of ramen outlets, with eight ramen vendors imported from the length and breadth of Japan.
“Ekikara 300 po yokocho (meaning: a side street 300 steps from the station) is fun to walk through and it has lots of Japanese style drinking places! You can enjoy yummy food of Fukuoka here ;) ”
Place of Worship
“Tōchō-ji has Japan's largest wooden Buddha (10.8m high, 30 tonnes, created in 1992) and some impressively carved Kannon (goddess of mercy) statues. The temple is said to date from AD 806 and to have been founded by Kūkai, founder of the Shingon school of Buddhism.”
“Rakusui-en (楽水園) is a garden in Hakata-ku. It was originally built in 1906 for Shimozawa Zenemon Chikamasa, a Hakata merchant.”