Located in Fukuoka city, Kushida Shrine is regarded as the most important shrine in the area. Every summer, the shrine hosts the Yamakasa Gion Matsuri, the biggest festival in Fukuoka, attracting people from far and wide. On the last day of the festival, 26 individuals take part in a race where they carry giant floats through the streets in a spectacular display.
This shrine is nothing special on weekdays, but if it comes to Bodo's Hayama Festival, it's worth seeing Bodo's dolphin Ramen dough. At that time, I didn't know why the man was wearing T-shaped pants. I was lucky to see the specific schedule and route brochure of Bodo Station with Hayama chasing in the early July. It's the festival atmosphere free of charge. The climax and the end of 5 a.m. on July 15 this year are easy to miss because when the brigade starts, everyone is still asleep (4:59 a.m.) and the traffic returns to normal at dawn (about 6 a.m.). People begin to go to the shrine to pray for good luck at 5 a.m. They feel that the whole Fukuoka people are crowded into the street and not leaving in advance. Those who want to see the whole Fukuoka people who do not occupy C place suggest that they should be on the street at 4:30 if it is too It's possible to watch the exercise during the day on 13.14, but it's not as exciting as usual. About a dozen or twenty men in Kyushu, wearing T-shirts and carrying heavy statues, are running and shouting "Fukuoka's unique shout]. The scene really shocked the shrine. There were stage performances at 6 o'clock and snack stands where they could buy a lottery when they met the owner to buy a lottery. Send three and finally get a white paper stamp and punch in there.
Fukuoka city's important scenic spots, tourist groups must sweep the land, located in the center of the city traffic is extremely convenient, at about 10 o'clock in the evening passed by a trip, found that there are still several Japanese tourists in the visit, there are almost no lights, only street lights and moonlight, it seems particularly quiet and strange atmosphere, dare not stay too much and quickly retreat. When we came back in the daytime, we found that it was a totally different scene. The 10-metre-high hairdresser was worshipped and shocked.
The Chlamydian Shrine is in the center of the city, not far from the Bodo Canal City. It only takes two stops from the Bodo JR Station. It is totally different from the busy markets around it. There is a natural sense of solemnity and dignity from the moment we enter. There are many tourists, but they are quiet and silent. The two flower cars of the huge and tall Shanli Festival are placed in the special tower of the shrine, which is very spectacular and shocking.
Near Chuanduan Commercial Street in Fukuoka, it is not big. It seems quite historic. No tickets are accepted or not. The ground looks like stone. Many Japanese are praying, and we don't know Japanese. Let me see.~
The shrine is not big, mainly to see how the local people worship the shrine, and how to wash their hands. It is said to be the God who blesses Fukuoka. Look at the local shrine culture, many office workers will come to visit at noon, besides a small market, which sells everything.
Located near Boduochuan, it takes about 10 minutes to walk from China. Weddings and children's full-year celebrations are often seen. It is said that this is the most favorite shrine of Fukuoka people. The skylines in the shrine are magnificent.
I happened to meet the Chlamydian Shrine, next to Kawabata Commercial Street. Like all shrines in Japan, they are old and quiet. The courtyard is exquisite, the wooden house is ancient and fragrant, walking among them is well. On the eve of the Fukuoka Hayama Festival, the huge Hayas at the entrance need to be looked up, read the introduction, and understand the local ancient traditional culture. Japanese people always have a special respect for festivals and traditions and a sense of rituality, which is worth learning!
The downtown area of Fukuoka is a very famous shrine. It's not very large, but every time we go there, there are many domestic tourists. It seems that most of them take cruise ships. This shrine is very close to the Bodo Canal City. It can be arranged by shopping and praying together.
Because the hotel is next to the Chlamys Shrine, and it passes by during the day and at night. It feels different. In the evening, many Japanese commuters come to visit the shrine after work. They can fully feel the Japanese's respect for the shrine and their dependence on life. It is suggested that you come to Fukuoka to have a look, especially at night.
Litian Shrine is located in the downtown area, close to the Bodo Canal City, along the road full of autumn street scenery. Chlamydian Shrine is an important shrine in Bodo. It is the general patron saint of Bodo. It is ancient and antique. It is the main venue of the most grand mountain hat sacrifice in Bodo Zongyuan in Kyushu. The mountain hatches of Chlamys Shrine are ten meters high and dignified. Hayama Sacrifice is one of the three important folk festivals in Japan. Every July, Hamada Shrine will hold a grand "Hayama Sacrifice" which unfortunately was missed this time. For more information, see Travel Notes - "http://you.ctrip.com/travels/fukuoka576/2715639.html