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  • Okay, so here's what you need to know about Fukuoka.

  • Fukuoka has more young adult residents than anywhere else in Japan, and women outnumber men.

  • Considering this, it makes sense that pick Wicca also seems to have an uncountable number of dessert cafes.

  • Here are three of my favorite Fukuoka city based cafes, whose popularity extends the other parts of Japan and even other parts of the world.

  • Located on a quiet side road in the busy shopping district of tension is Irish.

  • You can always count on a bit of a line up outside this place, but it isn't your average French toast, and it's definitely worth the wait.

  • Irish is French toast menu is seasonal and changes quite often, so.

  • The occasional visit is also a chance to try something new.

  • And although Irish was first established in Fukuoka recently, they have opened one store in Tokyo as well.

  • Now here's something you might only see in Japan.

  • French toast topped with Japanese chestnuts and French toast topped with Japanese pumpkin with thinly sliced Japanese pumpkin is sweet and tastes like candy.

  • And despite its vegetable appearance, it blends pleasantly with pear and almond slices.

  • The French toast itself is filled with cream cheese.

  • You can choose to use it as it is, or mix it with whipped cream or ice cream served on the side.

  • Wait, wait, no cream cheese.

  • Chestnut French Toast offers a similar experience, with cream cheese and chestnut puree sandwiched between two slices of bread, with both Italian and Japanese chestnuts served on top.

  • Another place that almost always has a lineup is Campbell early.

  • Campbell Early is run by the Tokyo Group, which, despite its name is a brand born and raised here in Fukuoka.

  • Normally known for their popular juice bars, Campbell early draws long lineups for It's Delicious and Decadent Par phase and pancakes.

  • Because it's located on the ninth floor of Hook at the station, it's very easy to access.

  • Oh, and don't be intimidated by the line.

  • It moves pretty quickly.

  • If you're visiting with friends, grab a picture of their fruity and enjoy the natural taste of fruit.

  • This tea will complement anything you order here from winter to spring, because famous a mouse, strawberries are in season and you'll find them in abundance.

  • Here at camp alert early.

  • Thes beautiful large strawberries, air sweet and full of vitamin C.

  • They could help prevent colds and help those recovering from fatigue.

  • And if that doesn't convince you well, presentation at Campbell early is always very visually pleasing.

  • If you have a chance to try the amul parfait princess, I promise you won't be disappointed.

  • I keyed 100 of these, but I probably shouldn't finish it off with a cup of fruit tea and feel good knowing you've taken enough vitamins for the day and sugar.

  • 10 calories And last but not least, there's Vito Gelato, which also in spite of its name, has its roots here in Loga.

  • But it's starting to expand across Japan.

  • Vito Gelato not only taste great but features only gelato flavours using key issues.

  • Unique ingredients.

  • Green tea from Yama in Fukuoka Prefecture, a mouse strawberries also from Fukuoka, sweet potatoes from Kagoshima Prefecture.

  • And so on.

  • This store location is right in the center of tensions.

  • Busy shopping district and even the January weather doesn't seem to stop customers from dropping in.

  • So thes air Just three places and you go about that I'd like you to try, but as a season visitor or resident of the group, um, I know there are plenty more places out there.

  • You have any recommendations for places in Fukuoka to eat, leave a comment and let everybody know.

Okay, so here's what you need to know about Fukuoka.

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