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The Sanzokunabe, a hot pot full of ingredients, is voluminous. Children, as well as adults, love its taste. Deep-fried chicken and huge rice balls are also popular.
Kashiwagi Shoten Honten is a store in front of Tagawa Ita Station. Bone-free deep-fried chicken, chicken rice box lunches, and takana (leaf mustard) rice balls are very popular.
This famous store was founded in 1900. The sauce is not too sweet, and you will enjoy the original taste of eel in the eel rice bowl, which is served with liver soup.
The specialty of this retro-style restaurant, which has late 20th-century decor, is a large serving of champon . The noodles are hidden by a heap of vegetables!
This sumo chaya (lit. sumo teahouse) serving chanko, which is typically a one-pot dish eaten by sumo wrestlers. Its set menu lunch is popular as well, and the best cost-performance mabodon (a tofu and minced pork dish) and deep-fried chicken are out of this world.
This is a bakery with a cafe space offering various kinds of croissants and sandwiches made carefully without using additives.
Bota, a piece of black bread made from kneaded black cacao and chocolate chips, is a popular product unique to Tagawa.
Seafood curry that looks like an art has been a hallmark of this restaurant ever since its opening. Only 10 dishes a day are served for lunch. This is a rich, luxury dish with plenty of nine ingredients, including Tagawa-raised paprika.
You can enjoy kaiseki cuisine while enjoying the seasonal scenery from the window. Reservations required.
Ryotei Aogiri is a wonderful restaurant in a nostalgic building that reminds us of the times when Tagawa flourished due to coal mining. The heart-shaped stone is hidden in the beautifully arranged courtyard of this restaurant. You may be successful in love if you find it!
The restaurant is l ocated a t a corner o f a cultural area, near the Tagawa Art Museum and Tagawa Municipal Library. A popular
lunch venue is an all-you-can-eat buffet-style setting that includes rice or bread, Western soup, miso soup, and drinks.
The menu offers a wide variety of dishes, such as a weekly pasta set and hamburger steak set.
Bird Coffee is a special cafe in a corner of a housing complex. The friendly owner’ s specialty coffee tastes great. Its handmade muffins and cafe-latte soft ice cream are also popular.
This is a long-established Japanese-style tea shop along the arcade of the Ita Shopping Mall. A wide variety of baked rice cakes are perfect snacks for walking. The shop’ s taiyaki (a fish-shaped pancake filled with bean jam) is also recommended.
This is a coffee shop that roasts specialty-grade coffee beans. The curry (only available Thur. through Sun.) and sandwiches are also popular.
A cafe that is calm with an American atmosphere. You cannot miss the cafe keeper's coffee-making classroom who has a master qualification.
H orumonnabe (beef or pork offal cooked in stock) is an inexpensive, delicious soul food that sustained hard-working coal miners. It is particularly popular with women, who say they like it for its ingredients which include collagen and vegetables.
Horumonnabe is different in each restaurant that serves it. Each adds unique ingredients; the recipe is always evolving.
100 yen each. Locals usually buy between 5~10. It's quite interesting to see the grandmother make them. Many customers will take them home, however if you eat in the store they will serve you tea. 1 minute walk from Tagawa-Gotoji Station.
Located in the immediate vicinity of Tagawa-Gotoji Station, they offer Japanese home-cooking meals at reasonable prices such as stir-fried meat and vegetables, udon and rice bowls. Even if you eat until you are full, it won't cost you 1000 yen. Ordering small dishes from the window case is also a lot of fun.
Sasaguri Line/Chikuho Main Line → Gotoji Line
JR Hakata Sta. - Shin-Iizuka Sta. - Tagawa-Gotoji Sta.
Nishitetsu Tenjin Highway Bus Terminal - Nishitetsu Gotoji Bus Office
Via Route 201
Fukuoka IC - Around Tagawa City Hall
Approx. 50 min.
by car from Fukuoka Airport
JR Kokura Sta. - Tagawa-Ita Sta.
Kokura Sta. Bus Center -Nakatani - Tagawa-Ita Sta.
Via National Route 322 Kokura-minami IC - Around Tagawa City Hall
Approx. 50 min.
by car from Kitakyushu Airport
Heiei Chikuho Railway Ita Line/Itoda Line
Nogata Sta. - Tagawa-Ita Sta. Ita Line
Nogata Sta. - Tagawa-Gotoji Sta. Itoda Line
Via Tagawa-Nogata Bypass
Yahata IC - Around Tagawa City Hall
Heiseichikuho Railway Tagawa Line
Yukuhashi Sta. - Tagawa-Ita Sta.
Via Route 201
Yukuhashi IC - Around Tagawa City Hall
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