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- Between Nishijin and Fujisaki, there is a Hachimangu shrine on the top of hill. As I visited, cherry blossoms were in full bloom. But there were few people, as if this place would have been forgotten.Written April 9, 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Walking through the park to the castle was so invigorating. People were all so pleasant and helpful. Transportation from our hotel to the castle was very easy using the subway system.
All bathrooms were spotless. On all of our walks in Japan we could not find one garbage can. But the cities we visited Fukuoka and Nagasaki was spotless, so clean.Written March 30, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Part of the 'Old Hakata' district not far from main train station (about a flat easy 800 m walk). Has an array of temples etc.Written March 26, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The shrine is easy to find and worth a visit if you are in the area. Don't plan your whole trip around visiting this place because it's not a big shrine and there aren't many places around it that are worth visiting.Written February 5, 2019
- That is a place so peaceful with natural and greenful by shadows old trees it looks like huge trees and theory of japanWritten August 27, 2019
- Itazuke Iseki is a village of Yayoi period, and this is the very site where the Japanese riziculture began. The entrance is free, but the park is well maintained. The closure is at 5 PM.Written September 24, 2017
- This temple was foundered in 1316 , and was referred to as the "Stone Castle" because it could be seen from the sea but was destroyed and relocated to where it is now (no details when) with no view of the sea.Another interesting temple but not the bestWritten October 5, 2019
- This temple was not as impressive as some others in the Old Hakata Temple Area but its claim to fame Other than it was built in the Edo Period) is that it has a copy of the Nanporo-ku, the secrets of the tea ceremony.Written October 5, 2019
- It is a temple near Gofukumachi subway station. As it faces on Meiji Dori Avenue, it is very easy to find. The gate, imposing and beautifully marked the name of the temple, is open. So, you can enter freely.Written June 20, 2020
- Very close to downtown, good to go on the evening when other temple are closed. This temple still open. Easy to walk and many temples are around within a walking distance.Written May 28, 2017