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Hakozakigu is beside Yawata (Kyoto) and Usa (Oita) one of three major Hachimangu shrines in Japan. A passageway from the seaside to the shrine is long and straight, and this gives you an idea how big its premise was. Now you can take a subway...More
Went on Sunday. when arrived, realized it was 357 festivals ( direct translate from banner ) - in which the kids go to Temple and pray for Good score at age 3, 5, 7
A nice experience to see kids dress in traditional clothes (...More
Wife really wanted to go to a festival and planned our trip to make sure we made this one. There were hundreds of stalls selling all different types of food, sweets, and games. The takoyaki and yakisoba there were incredible. Be sure to bring cash...More
Hakozaki is an important Hachiman shrine and well worth a visit. The approach to the shrine is impressive because of the number of large torii leading to the shrine. There are gardens and shaded walks inside where you can linger and enjoy a quiet moment....More
Hakozaki Shrine is a short train ride from Hakata Station by JR Kagoshima Line Train (Hakozaki Sta and 5 minute walk) but we took the Hakozaki Line instead and align at Hakozaki Miyamae sta. The beautiful Shrine is famous for its unique front tower gate...More
We had a short visit at the Hakozaki shrine during our trip last September 2014. The shrine was just a short walk from the Hakozaki-Miyamae station (one-way subway fare was 260 yen from Hakata station). The place was also very serene just like other shrines...More