Is there a good meeting in a food stand in Fukuoka?
A glass of beer in a food stand tonight! It’s the best place for beer lover Komepapa. Although the attraction of food stands is being close to other customers and the owner… if you are doing like that, you cannot enjoy the advantage of food stands. A Small Piece Of Advice Must-see for heavy drinker! […]
A glass of beer in a food stand tonight! It’s the best place for beer lover Komepapa. Although the attraction of food stands is being close to other customers and the owner… if you are doing like that, you cannot enjoy the advantage of food stands.
Must-see for heavy drinker! What is the secret to enjoying food stalls?
Do you know the food stalls? Food stalls are mobile stores that mainly sell food, drinks and toys. Many countries have similar sales styles, so many people may be familiar with them. In Hakata, Fukuoka Prefecture, where Komepapa and his colleagues are visiting, there are more than 100 food stalls, and a lot of people gather at nights. Many food stalls in Hakata offer yakitori, oden, ramen, and other foods that go well with sake. It is a perfect place for heavy drinker Komepapa!
By the way, the stalls are mobile stores and small. If you put your bag on the seat like Komepapa, other customers cannot sit down there. Keep your bag under your feet or on your lap. In addition, the street food village in Hakata is usually crowded with a lot of people. There are many people waiting for available seats outside the food stalls. When the stall is crowded, it is a good manner to avoid staying long. There are many other food stalls, so it would be fun to try various foods.
By the way, going to a number of izakayas in a row is called “はしごする(Hashigosuru)”. A ladder is originally a tool for climbing high places. This word is related to the meaning of visiting bars one by one, as if climbing a ladder one step at a time. You can enjoy different flavors of ramen depending on restaurants! In Hakata, let you go to some izakayas and have a good night!