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A beautiful place bunch of tourist visiting specially weekend. Also, you can find here the unique Starbucks. A lot of souvenirs shops and restaurants. If you are staying at Hakata you can take a direct bus bound to Dazaifu which is very convenient.
Busy attractions with many tourists despite the poor weather (raining heavily). The street sells many interesting, lovely stuff. By the way, there is a beautiful starbucks which many tourists will stop and take photos in.
Overall, a nice setting for me to take wedding or...More
A really busy place to visit. There’s a costume shop nearby which you could rent a kimono or samurai costumes for some good pictures. Overall it’s a pleasant place to visit with many shops around, but was too packed.
We live only 4kms from Dazaifu so are lucky to be able to visit any time and in any season. Dazaifu Tenmangu is one of the best shrines in Japan and Dazaifu was also the site of the early administrative capital of Western Japan. We...More
This beautiful attraction is dedicated to Japan's God of Learning. It is a busy place visited by tourists along with students in the area coming to pray for good grades and great academic achievement. The street leading to Dazaifu Temman-gu is lined with shops selling...More
Traditional inside, Commercial outside, Must eat the Ramen opposite train station. Value for money. Touching the cow statute, wash your hand before pray. Souvenir on both site. The Train take from Tenjin Fuokoka quite confuse not sure need to change train or not.
We spent almost a day in Dazaifu Temman-gu. we traveled from Tenjin to Dazaifu by train. a day pass. the environment and the atmosphere are very calm, peaceful and relaxing. there were lots of local people around there and were very friendly and helpful.
The Shrine is located just five minute walk from Dazaifu Station. The main road that leads to this place is lined up with various shops and restaurants which are always busy during peak tourist hours. At the entrance, a Torii gate is a starting point...More