I had to go and get off at Xiaocang Station in Kitakyushu. It's within walking distance. The city is magnificent. There are introductions from different generations of vassals. The Ogawa family moved from Xiaocang City to Xiongben City. The government of Kumamoto's post-fertility country has begun. It's worth going.
The castle built by Zhongxing Ogawa. The Ogawa family is also a family that has survived thousands of years through all kinds of storms and waves. Unlike Samo Shimadzu, which is stuck to the end, Ogawa is good at dancing with long sleeves, with a clear right wind direction and a steady standing line.
Typical Japanese city structure, Tianshou Pavilion is rebuilt, which requires a fee. The garden is an ancient cherry tree, but unfortunately the season has passed. The city wall is made of irregular stones and has a slight gradient, which is different from the domestic city wall. The garden is small but delicate. Next to it is Matsumoto's Qingzhang Memorial Hall and a Baizhou Lighthouse Memorial Tower.
Xiaocang Station is characteristic of the Shinkansen Line. Trains and metros intersect on different floors. It's surrounded by pedestrian streets. Drug stores are much cheaper than Fukuoka. They can spend more time shopping here. After buying, they can walk around Xiaocang City.
Sophie's trip to Kyushu, Japan, Koizumi is mostly beautiful in the countryside. The Koizumi next door to Bodo is the only scenic spot worth visiting is the Tianshou Pavilion in Koizumi, downtown. Among nearly 100 existing or rebuilt castles in Japan, Koizhou Xiaocang City is not large in scale. It seems that the whole Tianshou Pavilion reflects beautifully in the river except that the whole building is surrounded by a moat and the river is windless. Moreover, its unique architecture is that there is no eaves between the four and five floors of Tianshouge, and the five floors are larger than the four floors, which belongs to the Tang style structure. Unfortunately, Tianshouge is now closed for maintenance and will not reopen until tomorrow. If Japanese Castle fans go now, they will be disappointed.
Xiaocangcheng is an ancient city behind the prosperity of Kitakyushu. Tianshou Pavilion here is very famous in Japan, because its shape is slightly different from Tianshou Pavilion in other places. It has no eaves between the fourth and fifth floors and looks a little strange. It has a history of more than 700 years and is full of relics of Tang and Song Dynasties. It is worth visiting.
Keep away from the city and walk slowly. The streets are comfortable.
In Japan, there are many classics of the integration of ancient and modern architecture. This is the case in Xiaocang City, Beijiuzhou City. But at first glance it looks like Osaka City Park. Japanese architecture is very similar. Just as all kinds of shrines are silly and indistinguishable