The site of Fukuoka Castle is located on the west side of Nakagawa River and east of Otsuka Park. It is a historical site designated by the state and is also known as the “Dancer City” and “Shicheng”. It is said that Kuroda’s long-term political success in the battle of Guanyuan was enshrined as the lord of the 520,000 stone in front of the building. From the 50th anniversary of the Qing Dynasty (1600), Kuroda’s long government spent seven years building the city. The whole city belongs to the large-scale Pingshan City. Due to the war and various destructive factors, there are only stone walls such as Damenmen and Chaojian. There are remains such as the main entrance in the city, and it is open for visitors in the name of Maizuru Park.
Fukuoka City, unlike Osaka and Kumamoto City, only remains and has not been rebuilt. But it also retains the original taste of the city. Fukuoka City was built by Fukuoka vassal Mayor Heitian Changzheng. It retains the consistent style of Heitian Jiacheng Pool, beside which is Dahao Park which was rebuilt by the moat. In the city, along the route of Erzhi Wan and Benwan Wan, you can walk to Tian Shoutai and look at the scenery of Fukuoka City. Sanzhiwan is a reclusive place for the officers and soldiers of Fanzu Heitian, such as Shui in his later years. The reclusive place has become a flower cattail, and there are a large number of Wisteria under the city. Fukuoka City is not famous for Osaka City and Jilu City, but walking in the ruins of only grass and stone, there is a sense of dialogue with the ancients. When I was carelessly lost in the city, I silently jumped out of my heart a little second-rate words, officers and soldiers guards I lost.
It's worth visiting. It's near Dahao Park. The signs are clear. Fukuoka City only has a fairly complete wall and foundation. Up the stairs, you can see Fukuoka Market and Fukuoka Tower. Students who go to play in summer must pay attention to wearing pants. There are many mosquitoes. Locals wear rainshoes and put their pants inside.
The site of Fukuoka City is located in the center of Fukuoka City. It was built by the Kuroda family in 1601. The castle is divided into three layers, the most central is the main city, then the outer is Erdao City, and the outer is Sandao City. There are 47 arrow towers built. At present, there are only three arrow towers left. Many people hear about them, see the tide and pray for them. All the castles were destroyed by the U.S. Army during World War II.
The site of Fukuoka City is really a site. It's a long way to climb up. There are two big parks around the site. Many local people go camping on weekends. It's quite a good place.
Fukuoka City Site is located in Hewu Park, free of charge. At that time, it was built by 520,000 stone lord, Mayor Kuroda, for seven years. The framework of the city pool is basically still there. There are moats and city gates, which can overlook Fukuoka Tower and Dahao Park.
Where it's worth visiting, our party goes at night, enjoying the cherry blossoms, and the lights are very beautiful on the cherry blossoms. An unforgettable night.
Fukuoka City Site is located in Wuhe Park. It used to be a large Pingshan ancient city. There are many buildings. Because of the war and other destructive factors, the ancient city no longer exists. At present, there are only large-handed doors and Chaojian ruins left. From the wooden staircase up the hillside, we can see these sites and introductions, and overlook the beautiful city. The site is free to visit, but it closes at 5 p.m. and needs to be controlled.
It has not been completely repaired, but the Big Hand Gate, the two pills and the three pills (Heitian Rushui Hermitage) still exist. The unrestored nature is only a big platform at present, but it's a good idea to climb the heights.
It used to be the home of the Heitian family. At present, there is no natural guardianship. There are not many buildings left, and the structure of the city is still in existence. The scenery is good. It's worth walking.
Fukuoka City Site is also known as Fukuoka City Heritage Park. Ancient relics are well preserved. Many Japanese cities have this kind of historic park, which is still of great historical significance. There are very few tourists here, and only those of us who travel freely come to visit. The greening is very good and the air is very fresh. As early as in China, it is estimated that it has long been reduced to the Grandma's square dance park.