Tensuian Miki: A Solid Izakaya with Excellent Sake

Tensuian

Tensuian Miki (呑酔庵 味季) specializes in mizutaki and other cuisine using fresh, local chicken (including chicken sashimi). The nihonshu (Japanese sake) menu boasts a regularly updated, diverse, fascinating selection of reasonably priced drinks that even connoisseurs can enjoy, and their selection of shochu and other beverages is also quite good. Furthermore, Tensuian offers a plethora of side dishes to savor together with your drinks, such as fresh avocado slices, savory chicken karaage and fresh fish sashimi.

Tensuian Miki has two shops: one near Hakata Station and a newer shop (opened in 2013) in Takasago near Yakuin Station.

Open: The Hakata Shop is open from 5:30 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. (last order at 1:00 a.m.) and the Takasago Shop from 5:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m. (last order at 2:00 a.m.). Both are closed for irregular business holidays.
Access:  The Hakata Shop is 4-5 min. on foot from the Hakata exit of Hakata Station (Kuko Subway Line, JR lines). The Takasago Shop is 2-3 min. on foot from the south exit / exit 2 of Yakuin Station (Nishitetsu Tenjin-Omuta Line, Nanakuma Subway Line) or 5-6 min. on foot from exit 1 of Watanabe-dori Station (Nanakuma Subway Line).
Phone: 092-206-3333 (Hakata Shop) 092-406-8894 (Takasago Shop)
Japanese Address: 福岡市博多区博多駅前4-10-17 (Hakata Shop), 福岡市中央区高砂1-23-17 (Takasago Shop)

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5 Responses to Tensuian Miki: A Solid Izakaya with Excellent Sake

  1. John (Athens, Greece) says:

    Going for the 1st time in Japan (21d) and I will stay 4 days in Fukuoka and 6 in Osaka (have the book). All because of you 😀

    I only found a handful of blogs/info about sights other than temples,temples,temples,temples and temples. Fukuoka ? naaah…boring…no first timer goes there. Osaka? nothing to do there, just drop by for the castle and dotombori in the morning. Japan is all about temples,temples and harajuku for first timers. 😀 😀 😀

    Keep up the good work !

    • Good to hear 🙂 Unfortunately, that’s what a lot of the tourist information sources recommend. Hope you enjoy Osaka and Fukuoka, they’re both fun cities!

      • jousis says:

        Yes, unfortunately there is not a lot of info about Kyushu in English and Osaka is usually ignored because of Kyoto. I can read (some) Japanese but an English well written blog is much easier 😀
        post request: izakaya w/ basashi 😉

      • Unfortunately I don’t have time to write a new post at the moment, but I recommend taking a look at the restaurant Suganoya (菅乃屋) on the 10th floor of JR Hakata City (shopping complex attached to Hakata Station). It is a bit expensive, but they offer genuine Kumamoto basashi. Also, the free rooftop observation deck on Hakata City is nice 🙂

  2. Laura from NYC says:

    I just moved to Japan and I”m living in tiny Sasebo. I”m so happy to hear that a 1hr train ride away is wonderful Fukuoka. I look forward to trying your recommendations and hope to find an expat or two. Thanks for writing this great blog.

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