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(English) Bar Walk Fukuoka 2014

(English) With the goal of creating awareness about the wide variety of food & drink establishments in Fukuoka 100 shops join this year’s Bar Walk event, including some very special places which you might not normally consider visiting. You can also enjoy entertainment, including Flamenco, live Jazz, and more. Grab a guide map, and discover great eating and drinking spots! One ticket will get you one drink and one pincho in the participating restaurants. Check the official website for the list of the restaurants and a PDF of the map.

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(English) Fashion Show On A Train (Women Only)

(English) On Nov. 15, for the first time ever in Kyushu, the inside of a train become the venue for a fashion show. It’s called “Railway Collection”.

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(English) Fukuoka Rainbow Parade 2014

(English) Fukuoka is a city that prides itself on firsts and we delight in being able to report on these. This November, then, will play host to the Rainbow Parade, Fukuoka’s (and Kyushu’s) very first LGBT pride festival. Organised by a group of 30 students from the University of Fukuoka and co-sponsored by the University of Fukuoka, Fukuoka City and the Prefectural Board of Education, the parade will grace the streets of Fukuoka on Nov. 16th.

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(English) Fukuoka Ramen Show 2014

(English) It’s no secret that Fukuoka is one the best cities to enjoy ramen. And for all the ramen lovers out there, the Fukuoka Ramen Show 2014 provides an unique chance to indulge in not only some of Fukuoka’s noodles, but also from around the entire nation including Tokyo, Nagoya, Niigata, Ishikawa, Saitama, and more. More than 60,000 people joined last year’s event. Entry is free, however you must purchase tickets to eat the ramen. A list of participating shops can be found on the website.

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Kodo One Earth Tour 2014: Legend.

(English) Kodo One Earth Tour 2014: Eternity

对不起,此内容只适用于English。

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(English) November 2014 Fukuoka Now

(English) If this month’s issue feels a bit heavier, it is! We’ve added eight extra pages this month in order to introduce some some of Fukuoka’s up-and-coming international visual artists. All seven will appear in person with examples of their art at Fukuoka Now’s Creative Community event on Nov. 8. We also introduce the performers, restaurants and bars that will be participating. We’re also very pleased to announce the first ever LGBT pride parade in Fukuoka.

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历史悠久的名岛城遗址与林白(Lindbergh)

名岛城位于现在的福冈市东区名岛。庆长5年(1600年),黑田长政在关原之战中做出了贡献,受到高度评价。他从丰前国中津迁移到筑前国时,最初进入名岛城。由于当时的名岛城三面环海,长政决定将据点移到交通方便、可修建城下町的宽阔地带。因此,名岛城于庆长7年(1602年)成为废城。

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Fukuoka City Bulletin November 2014

从福冈市政府发行的《市政信息报》中挑选对FUKUOKA NOW的读者有用的信息!

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(English) Somewhere over the Rainbow: A Parade is Born

(English) Fukuoka is a city that prides itself on firsts and here at Fukuoka Now we delight in being able to report on these. This November, then, will play host to the Rainbow Parade, Fukuoka’s (and Kyushu’s) very first LGBT pride festival. Organised by a group of 30 students from the University of Fukuoka and co-sponsored by the University of Fukuoka, Fukuoka City and the Prefectural Board of Education, the parade will grace the streets of Fukuoka on Nov. 16th.

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(English) FAF Architecture Exposition

(English) A collection of illustrations of fifty acclaimed architectural buildings/structures in Fukuoka are now on display inside a bank in Akasaka. The sites were selected by the FAF (Fukuoka Architecture Foundation) and the illustrations made by graphic designer Tajima Masazumi, and each will be presented alongside a short description. The exposition will run for one month, and takes place inside the Fukuoka Bank, Akasakamon Branch. Sites include: ACROS Fukuoka, Canal City and Fukuoka Tower to name a few. Their website (Japanese only) includes a Google Map with the locations of all fifty locations.

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