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The scene: Fukuoka is famous for its yatai pop-up food stalls, which date back to the 1600s but really came into their own after World War II. The open-air mobile stands cram in six to ten diners, and the vibe is chatty and communal. (It helps to speak Japanese, of course.) The carts are only open after dark, with many concentrated in Tenjin or lining the north bank of the Naka River in Nakasu. Adventurous eaters can hop from one vendor to the next, digging into steaming hot pots, yakitori, and even classic cocktails.
The dish: Tonkotsu ramen, famed for its transcendentally creamy pork-bone broth.