The remains of Chikuzen Kokubunji Temple are the remains of an ancient temple in Dazaifu, Kyushu, Japan. At present, the ancient temple building no longer exists, only some foundations remain. Unless they are particularly interested in Japanese temple culture and history, ordinary tourists do not need to take a special trip.
Bring you back to the Warring States Period-Chikuzen Kokubun Temple Site Chikuzen Kokubun Temple Site is a historical relic, full of traditional Japanese flavor. In my opinion, to understand a country’s culture in depth, you have to go to places that have not been transformed and processed. I chose the historical temple of Chikuzen Kokubunji Temple. Scenic address: 818-0132, Dazaifu City, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan Opening hours: 8 am to 17:30, closed on holidays, see the official website of the Chikuzen Kokubun Temple. The general buildings are still there, the temple gate, main hall, etc. are not covered It has been remodeled, so it looks a bit old. The whole hall is not very high. It is a two-story attic, which has a Japanese architectural feel. The greenery outside is very good, it looks like a small garden. After entering through the gate, stepping on the small stone bricks, walking in step by step, passing through the flowers and trees along the way. The flower bushes are well taken care of and are full of various flowers. I walked to the attic inside and looked at the porch inside. There are exquisite patterns carved on it. There are many old-fashioned Japanese utensils inside. You can go up to the second floor Standing by the window sill, you can look around the entire Chikuzen Kokubun Temple ruins. Here, I really have an illusion, just like seeing the former Sengoku period compound on TV.