Fukuoka, the Japanese city closest to mainland Asia, is famous for a food culture that blends Chinese and Korean influences. It’s also known for an experimental spirit, symbolised by some of its defining dishes: motsunabe, pork giblets cooked in a hot pot; mentaiko, made from marinated pollock roe; and of course, tonkotsu ramen, the velvety pork-bone soup doled out by yatai (mobile food carts).
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