Bodo is a very special underground street. It's many times bigger than you think. And you can get in and out of several blocks. There are many kinds of goods. Eating and drinking are also convenient. There are all kinds of delicacies. There is also Tianmangong nearby. Not far away, there is also a famous La noodle restaurant.
Underground Street is located in Tianshen Station, one of the most important transportation hubs in Fukuoka. It has huge space. It not only connects two subway lines, but also connects many large shopping malls on the ground. At the same time, there will be hundreds of shops on the ground, covering clothing stores, cosmetics stores, convenience stores, restaurants, beauty salons and so on.
Unlike what I imagined, I thought it would be like Sapporo's underground street, where there are many small shops, people coming and going, bustling and lively. It's more like a boutique street, with exquisite decoration. Every shop is like a display window. The boutique presents, and the customers entering the shop are limited. The ceiling of the underground street is decorated with sparkling lights, and there are time and space tunnels. Sense, due to the relationship between time, only a few hundred meters, maybe the back of the wonderful is not the same.
Underground streets close early in winter. Apart from some food markets, the most impressive ones are the movies broadcast at the entrance. How to make squid sushi is salivating. Underground streets are very long and have great innovations, but the Japanese ones are very different from those in China.
Walking around Fukuoka downtown, you can get to the entrance of the underground passage. From the entrance, you can go to Tianshen Underground Street. Maybe because of the narrow space in Japan, the underground passage is fully utilized. There are almost all shops on both sides of the Underground Street. There are many small shops selling all kinds of goods, but there are no restaurants, only cafes and snack shops. Wandering in the underground street, I feel time is not easy to grasp.
Many shops in the mall have closed early, most of which are places where sushi is eaten. There is also the practice of watching squid sushi on TV at the door. There are many innovative shops in the mall. In fact, the Japanese ones have not been as tall as the ones in China for a long time.