One of the customs of the new year in Japan is to visit the shrine in the New Year. Generally speaking, it is best to visit during the period of January 1 ～3, and you can pray for peace and health of the New Year, and write your wishes in the painting immediately, and draw lots to see the luck of the year. The design of the EMA and the sign used by the Jinggu Shrine in the center of Tenjin is popular with the seasonal change of color. In the new year, with a new mood to visit, I think can emerge this year also continue to work hard motivation.
The small shrine is on the side of the road, not very eye-catching. I went in and took a look when I passed by, and it came out in a few minutes. So the map on the phone knows the name of this place.
Kego Shrine is a very ordinary shrine in Fukuoka. This shrine is located on the outskirts of Fukuoka. The entire shrine is also based on traditional decorations. There are many foreign tourists here.
A shrine in Tenjin in the downtown area of Fukuoka, surrounded by tall buildings and a police plaza next to it, I am curious to walk over and take a look. There are many historical statements and the protection of traditions is also worthy of respect. There are really many young Japanese people here. Worshiping, the shrine is as refreshing and quiet as other places, and it is also very emotional to see a "needle no monument", which is the god of worship for tailors.
On the way to Tenjin, I saw Kegu Shrine ⛩️ just beside the road, next to Mitsukoshi Department Store. I saw many people coming in to worship and visit...