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  • (Upbeat music)

  • - [Micaela] Summer may be over, but that

  • doesn't mean we have to stop having fun.

  • With comfortably warm nights continuing in the fall,

  • there are still plenty of opportunities to go outside and

  • enjoy public festivals and events in Fukuoka city.

  • (Upbeat music)

  • Whether you are just passing through or you've lived here

  • for years, one of the events you can look forward to is

  • the yearly night market.

  • Lighting up the downtown Nakasu district with red

  • lanterns, starting in August and occurring every

  • weekend until the end of October.

  • - Hey guys, how is it going? It's Micaela.

  • I'm in front of Fukuoka's beautiful downtown shopping center

  • Canal City, here on the river, on the canal,

  • they might even say!

  • And I'm here at the evening Fukuoka Freedom Night Market.

  • It's a really cool setup and they've only started doing

  • this in the past few years.

  • But it has become something that I really look

  • forward to every summer here in the city.

  • And I'm really excited to finally have the chance to

  • show it to you guys today!

  • I'm meeting Rachel and our friend Sonnie, um, just at

  • the other side of the market, so let's go find them

  • and say hi. Let's go!

  • (Upbeat music)

  • - [Micaela] Night markets have always been one of

  • my favorite things about visiting other Asian countries.

  • And in Japan the night market culture doesn't really exist

  • but with the summer being as hot as they have been

  • the past couple of years, I'm really really glad that

  • there are events like this that happen during the

  • evening, where you can come out and be so chill after

  • the sun has gone down and a few degrees have dropped.

  • (Upbeat music)

  • - I found my friends!

  • - (All Together) Hi!

  • - I'm so excited you guys are here, 'cause then I can

  • finally get food, too.

  • - Yes!

  • - All right so all the friends have arrived and we've

  • all kind of gathered in this one spot and

  • we're hungry so we're gonna go check out the food stalls

  • and get something to eat.

  • I think Rachel, Rachel is already gone!

  • She's like I'm on my way!

  • - Hey!

  • - [Micaela] Let's go! Let's get some food!

  • (Upbeat music)

  • - One thing that I'm really excited about is

  • this organic vegan Gelato.

  • You wanna go and have a look at that?

  • So I had this one last year, the roast brown rice

  • milk gelato, it was really good!

  • And then I think the white chocolate and kinako

  • sounds really good too.

  • - Hmmm, oh It's like a pretty delicate flavor

  • that doesn't like hit you very hard.

  • - [Micaela] Yes!

  • - Oh I love the texture!

  • - [Micaela] Really?

  • - It's really creamy and smooth.

  • - [Micaela] Yeah.

  • - Oh I really like it!

  • - [Micaela] And you are lactose intolerant right?

  • So normally you can't have gelato.

  • - Unless I take a bunch of pills!

  • (Laughs)

  • - [Micaela] Yeah, yeah, I'm gonna try it.

  • - [Sonnie] I'll feed you.

  • (Laughs)

  • - Hmm, oh It's really good!

  • - Right?

  • - It has like that kind of bitter caramel taste,

  • I like that!

  • - [Sonnie] Yeah, yeah, yeah.

  • - I'm gonna get one too, I want the brown rice milk one.

  • - I was thinking about that one, too, yeah.

  • - Yeah, good choice!

  • - Well I wanna try yours now!

  • - Yeah, when I get it, I'll share mine with you.

  • - Okay good!

  • (Laughs)

  • - [Micaela] So he's got a kebab sandwich. How is it, Joe?

  • - It's good, but I'm not used to using

  • chop-sticks to eat it.

  • - [Micaela] You should really just like

  • shove it all in your mouth!

  • I'm sure you could, It's the American way! (Chuckles)

  • - Yeah, probably! It's really good though, I like it.

  • - [Micaela] Jun's got hotate!

  • - Yeah with the Sea Urchin cream on it

  • - [Micaela] Ohh!

  • - [Jun] Really good!

  • - [Micaela] That looks really good!

  • - [Jun] Yeah it is really good.

  • - [Micaela] This is literally, I think the first

  • Japanese food I ate when I came to Japan.

  • - [Micaela] Look at these noods!

  • (Laughs)

  • - So as the night progressed, our lipstick

  • is getting smudged.

  • But we're still pressing on for more food!

  • I'm gonna go grab some gelato finally, I think

  • Rachel is looking for...

  • - Kakigori

  • - Ah, kakigori!

  • - [Rachel] I've decided on freezing myself from the inside.

  • - Oh! Wonderful!

  • (Upbeat music)

  • - [Micaela] (Speaks Japanese)

  • Whoa!

  • (Upbeat music)

  • - [Micaela] At a normal Japanese, like, summer festival

  • you might find soft drinks or Chūhai's or Shochu Highball's.

  • Um, but at the night market they've got like beer

  • from around the world.

  • They've got fancy cocktails, Sangría, Mojitos...

  • It's a little bit more fancy, there's a lot of options

  • and you get to try a lot of things that you

  • wouldn't normally see at a summer festival.

  • And it's a lot of fun.

  • (Upbeat music)

  • - So unfortunately, It started to rain so we're

  • packing it in, we're heading home.

  • - Heck yeah!

  • - But It is like 10:30 at night, so I guess It's like

  • bed time if we're seniors.

  • - If we're normal!

  • (Laughs)

  • - [Rachel] Normal adults!

  • - (Mocking voice) We're old people!

  • - [Rachel] With good life schedules!

  • - Yeah, so we're heading home but the

  • Fukuoka Freedom Night Market goes on every Friday,

  • Saturday, Sunday, providing that the weather is not shit.

  • Um, and It goes on until October I believe.

  • So if you're interested in checking it out, if

  • you're visiting Fukuoka for the Rugby World Cup

  • in September and you're looking for something to do.

  • Uh, maybe throw it on your itinerary as

  • something to check out!

  • (Laughs)

  • - [Micaela] Yeah, anything to add?

  • - Um, I know nothing about Fukuoka yet.

  • I trust Micaela completely, everything she says

  • is highly accurate.

  • She's very knowledgeable about this city.

  • - I'm Rachel and I endorse this method!

  • (Laughs)

  • It's basically what you're saying.

  • Where's Sonnie?

  • Did you have fun?

  • - I've been making faces behind you guys, yes!

  • - [Micaela] Oh good!

  • (Laughs)

  • - Yes, I enjoyed it.

  • - [Micaela] Good!

  • - [Sonnie] It's chill, you know?

  • - [Micaela] Yeah, yeah, yeah.

  • - That's nice.

  • - There isn't much of like a night market culture

  • in Japan yet.

  • - No...

  • - So I think It's really interesting that

  • they're trying to do something.

  • - Yeah.

  • - And then there's like something like this, when

  • the sun goes down and like the weather is a bit cooler

  • that like you can look forward to and go out and do.

  • - I like that there's so much going on the city and

  • It's not super over-crowded, you can actually do something.

  • Like, we were able to get seats for way people, basically.

  • - [Micaela] Yeah, and like sit down and eat our food, right.

  • - Right.

  • - [Micaela] Like eight people and a dog.

  • - And a child!

  • - [Rachel] And a child!

  • (Laughs)

  • - [Micaela] Yeah. Yeah, no, it's good. I like that

  • there's so many event happening in

  • Fukuoka lately, and it keeps things like lively

  • and interesting.

  • - Yeah, Fukuoka is a great city.

  • - [Rachel] And It's not overcrowded, and

  • the canals everywhere are so pretty!

  • - [Micaela] Hmm, indeed.

  • (Upbeat music)

  • - [Micaela] Hey guys, thanks so much for watching.

  • Don't forget to click subscribe if you want to see more

  • videos about life in Japan and

  • specially, life in Fukuoka City.

  • Have you ever been to a Japanese festival?

  • What was the most impressionable experience you had?

  • Let me know in the comments, and I'll see you again soon!

  • Bye!

  • (Upbeat music)

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