1. find and book
Find and book an experience or browse our Host's profiles and book your favourite one directly
2. tell us about you
We'll send a questionnaire to find out more about you, the places and things you want to see and the type of experience you're after
3. chat & plan
We'll match you to your ideal Host (if you didn't book one directly) and they'll contact you to plan your personalised experience.
4. explore together
Meet up and explore the city together. Experience the things and places that locals love and which make the city unique
Personalised Experiences In Fukuoka
Find and book an experience and we'll personalise it for you or get in touch if you'd like us to plan an alternative experience
One Day In Fukuoka - Best Things To Do In 24 Hours
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Best Places To Eat Ramen In Fukuoka - A Local's Guide
As the bridge between Japan and the rest of mainland Asia, Fukuoka is a truly understated destination. It has it all; monolithic shopping complexes, a contemporary beach culture and breathtakingly beautiful manicured ... Read More
Top 10 Things To Do In Fukuoka
By Jessica Wright
Located in Hakata Bay and formed from a castle town, Fukuoka is the perfect mix of contemporary Japanese living and fascinating cultural heritage. A trip to the bayside city will inevitably me... Read More
Things to do in Fukuoka for The Rugby World Cup 2019
Our Amazing Fukuoka Hosts
Handpicked and interviewed by us, our Hosts are all interesting, cultured and from a variety of backgrounds
I was born at Fukuoka city. I have lived in Osaka, Tokyo, London and then returned to Fukuoka last year. I love visiting museums, cafe hopping, eating out, music and dancing. If you want to relax we could go to Onsen, spend time in nature or visit a nice cafe. If you want more excitement we could go to eat street food, check out cultural events or go to a nightclub. I also know the ‘alternative’ areas of Itoshima City very well - so if you want to discover one of Fukuoka’s nice neighbourhoods that not many tourists know about then I am the guide for you. I would love to show you the Fukuoka locations with good energy.
Masumi Is Great For
Food & Drink, History and culture, LGBTQ, Nightlife, Off-the-beaten-path, Parks and nature, Senior travellers, Solo travellers, Young adults
Hi. My name is Mami, a Japanese born in Osaka and moved to Fukuoka around 4 years ago. My friends say I am adventurous, passionate, independent and curious about everything! I love new discoveries, insights, learning everyday. To do that to the fullest, meeting people and sharing our stories are the best assets to life! My motto is not only "traveling like the locals" but also "living like the travelers". I am always inspired, impressed, amazed by the travelers' stories and experiences, and often find different aspects of my own life. It would be great if I could give you many new aspects to your own life, too. "Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever."
Mami Is Great For
Business travellers, Food & Drink, High-end travellers, History and culture, Off-the-beaten-path, Parks and nature, Solo travellers, Young adults
I have been in love with Japanese subculture for 20 years now and now living in Japan for 14 years. I work as an interpreter for Japanese-English and Spanish. I travel every month to do "Seichi Junrei" that is tourism that involves visiting the actual locations that anime series are set in. The food in Fukuoka is delicious and I can show you the best places to eat and drink.
Jessica Is Great For
Business travellers, Food & Drink, History and culture, LGBTQ, Nightlife
English, Spanish, Japanese