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Daimyo: Where the cool kids hang out in Fukuoka


Fukuoka city is one of the 2019 Rugby World Cup hosts. Head to Daimyo for pre or post-game drinking!

If you’re looking for a place to drink with Western vibes and a hip young crowd, look no further than Fukuoka’s Daimyo neighborhood. Nestled in the heart of southern Fukuoka Prefecture’s capital city of the same name, Daimyo’s stylish streets are perfect for young travelers.

Visitors to this city on Japan’s southernmost island of Kyushu usually flock to Fukuoka for its famed nighttime food stalls, extra-creamy ramen, and friendly locals. Daimyo just adds to Fukuoka’s reputation as a chill and laid back locale with its abundance of swanky cafes, vintage shops, and bars.

Often likened to Tokyo’s Shimokitazawa, the streets of Daimyo are lined with contemporary shops and diners touting American sized burgers and beer—that means they’re huge.

Where to drink in Daimyo

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