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The grandest entry way leading to the shrines entrance of the temples/shrines that I visited.
Very well maintained with great gardens surrounding.
It was early morning when I arrived, about 9, and it was very quiet.
Easy walk from Grand Hyatt.
Sumiyoshi shrine is a big Shinto shrine near Hakata station. I went there for new year’s Hatsumode. Unfortunately it was rainy on that day, but there were still many visitors. Although in the center of city, the premises are quiet. It is a nice place...More
Simple and rather small shrine compared to many others but have a heartwarming feel to it. Was abit troublesome when raining due to the puddles and almost got my shoes wet. But overall good experience with a lot of locals around (you can learn how...More
There will be a market during weekend, different kind of foods like Japanese and even turkish will be available! Besides, you can look for many craftsmanship and vintage stuffs which you are hard to find in other places.
But the best part is always the...More
Have stayed at the hotel next door twice, but didn't realise this was here. I visited on a really rainy day, so there was nobody around. Enjoyed the peace, calm and watching the rain drop into the pond. It was lovely, despite the weather.