Entrance to this Confucius Shrine will set you back 660 yen per person. There is lots of construction around the perimeter of the shrine.
This temple was built in 1803 by the Quing Dynasty of China and local merchants and is an interesting Chinese Temple .The entrance fee was too high.
The Nagasaki Confucius Shrine is said to be the world's only Confucius Shrine built by Chinese people outside of China. Even today the land on which it stands is Chinese Territory and the land rights controlled by the Chinese Embassy in Tokyo. First built in 1893 by Chinese…
The entrance fee was a bit much (we nearly didn't go in, as same price as Glover Gardens that we had just visited) but loved seeing the statues. Museum had no English translations, but was mostly artifacts so it didn't really matter.
Very colourful temple close to the tram station. The lanterns hanging from the ceiling were very colorful and bright. Worth a visit if in this area.