On business trips, the appointment time is relatively late, so after breakfast, I wandered around the hotel. In the morning, it had just been raining for 30 minutes, so the air was clean and moist, and I felt very comfortable. As I walked, I saw a very peculiar wooden door in the distance. I walked in and saw the Thousand-Year Gate. A small path directly behind the door felt like a garden. I wandered and found this temple. There is no charge, the door is open, and the courtyard is very ghostly. After walking around for about 5 minutes, you can read it. One of the inner doors is blocked by a notice, which means that it has been opened because there are too many foreign tourists and cultural differences. It had a certain impact on the temple, so it was a pity that the inner courtyard was closed.
Chengtian Temple is a long-standing Japanese temple. There are many traditional temple buildings here. Japanese-style temples are rich in ancient Chinese style. The resident monks are also respected.
Near Hakata Station in Fukuoka Prefecture. The temple is small but very delicate. Unfortunately, some places are not open.
Chengtian Temple is said to have a thousand years of history. It is a typical Japanese garden style, with quicksand, moss, maple leaves... quiet and beautiful. There is a secular bond, but there is no secular smoke. It is said that Buddhism in Japan has long been secular, but it is still better than people who have long been secular but still refuse to step down the altar.
Chengtian Temple is very famous in Fukuoka Prefecture. Many people come here to pray for big things. Many people come here every year.