In the past, the water castle ruins of the park are located in Dazaifu, Japan. It is said that it was originally an earth fortress to defend against foreign enemies. What you see now is a heritage park. The past soil barriers The current Shuicheng Ruins Park can no longer see the past soil barriers, but there are still some information here to let us know some traces of the past. It is said that Shuicheng was a fortification built to withstand the attacks of the Tang Dynasty and Silla. There is also a 60-meter moat on the Hakata side. The Tang Dynasty has been 1,500 years away from us, enough to see that Shuicheng also has a long history. The entire park in the current park is actually very beautiful, with many cherry trees planted. Unfortunately, when we went there, it was not the season for cherry blossoms, and only the new green leaves were seen. In addition, it is fully equipped, whether it is entertainment facilities for children or fitness equipment, it has become an ordinary park and a frequent place for nearby residents to exercise. Remember the history, but I think this place is still very memorable. We should strengthen the popularization and don't let history be forgotten by everyone. There are already many residents living in the surrounding area. If you want to recommend it, you can go to the nearby Tenmangu Shrine, which is also a good place.