You get all kinds of brands here, both local and international. Lots of restaurants as well. I reckon you need about three days if you want to go through the entire mall. There are also intermittent shows at the fountain area.
About Canal City Hakata
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The restaurants here are OK, the shopping is also OK there's really nothing unique about this mall that every other place may have. The water show is very underwhelming and over hyped. Overall if you were to go to any other mall it'll be just...More
Nice location close to the canal - hence the name. All the named brand shops are here as well as lots of restaurants and coffee/pastry joints. Hyatt is linked to the shopping complex which has a few zones linked by access bridges on level 2.
This was a maze of shops and stores, but we found our experience here to be enjoyable. Great sales at H & M, and a MASSIVE, fabulous sports store on the third floor. My children enjoyed the game and photo arcade (fourth floor) tremendously -...More
the design of this mall is quite interesting - literally a canal city! there's a light show on display too and also a good variety of shops. ramen stadium sells ramen from different parts of japan. one thing i did not like is the tax...More
One thing brought us to this mall: "Ramen Stadium"! The "stadium" is really just 8 ramen restaurants on floor 5F, but we'd say it's a must-go becuase we never found better ramen anywhere in the city! That was at Jinambo, but there was quite a...More
If you want a 1 stop shop, here you go! Just FYI there are no Nike stores here. Reebok is here instead of Tenjin area and they have a box on the upper level. I didn’t get time to check it out tho. After a...More