It's very closed to the main shopping area in Fukuoka so I was quite surprised to found that inside the shrine was very peaceful and quiet. Lots of Japanese came here to pray but didnt make any loud noise at all.
I went there before the Gion Matsuri, so there're some staff preparing for the festival since it'd be held at this shrine. Besides, it was free to enter the shrine, all I have to do was just paying respect to the place and holding up my camera for taking beautiful stuff of this shrine. Love it!
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