Shop Guide

Before passing through the security checkpoint

International Terminal

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In addition to popular souvenirs from Fukuoka and Hakata, this shop also carries an extensive range of travel goods and products related to Japan.

■Available Products
Various gifts and souvenirs, airplane-related goods, and travel goods, light meals, beverages, liquor, etc.
■Business Hours (Japan Standard Time)
7:30 to 20:00
■Note
Credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, etc.), traveler’s checks are accepted.

Before passing through the security checkpoint

After passing through the security checkpoint

Domestic Terminal

ANA Festa shops are conveniently located in the areas before and after travelers pass through the security checkpoint. They offer a wide selection of food items, souvenirs, and travel goods.

■Available Products
Various gifts and souvenirs, light meals, hot coffee, soft serve ice cream (only at select shops), beverages, liquor, etc.
■Business Hours (Japan Standard Time)
・ANA FESTA 6:30 to 21:00*
* Shops which are located in areas beyond the security checkpoint are open from 6:00 until the departure of the last flight.
■Note
・Credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, etc.), traveler’s checks are accepted.

Information on Popular Gifts and Souvenirs

Hakata Torimon

Hakata Torimon

Hakata is the birthplace of manju, a traditional Japanese confection. Hakata Torimon is a new variant of manju that combines traditional preparation techniques with Western confectionary ingredients such as fresh cream and butter. It is a very popular item that is only available in the Fukuoka area.

HAKATA NO HITO

HAKATA NO HITO

Hakata no Hito (literally, “lady of Hakata”) is a bite-sized baumkuchen with red bean jelly at the center. The cake highlights the simple, delicious flavor of eggs while the delicately sweet red bean jelly adds an element of moistness to create a unique texture.

Hiyoko

Hiyoko

This baked confection was created in Fukuoka more than 100 years ago and is now one of Japan’s most well-known souvenirs. The soft, smooth crust is made from local Kyushu flour and encases a filling made from sweet white bean paste and egg yolks. The word hiyoko means “baby chick,” hence the confection’s delightful shape.

KIT KAT UJI MATCHA

KIT KAT UJI MATCHA

The city of Uji, located near Kyoto, is famous for its green tea. Tea leaves from Uji are blended into the wafer batter to bring out the flavor and aroma of the matcha (powdered green tea) flavored chocolate.

FUKUOKA YAME GREEN TEA LANGUE DE CHAT

FUKUOKA YAME GREEN TEA LANGUE DE CHAT

This treat features chocolate that is flavored with Yame matcha, one of the highest grades of Japanese green tea. The chocolate is sandwiched between thin, crispy langue de chat cookies.

In addition to the above, ANA Festa shops carry a wide array of other popular sweets, confections, and snacks from the Kyushu region.

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