vivienvivienOgura Jo Castle (こくらじょう) is a castle located in Ogura Kita ward, Kitakyushu City, Fukuoka Prefecture. It is also known as Katsuyama Jo castle, Katsuno Jo castle, finger moon castle, Yongjin Jo castle and tsukuda Jo castle. It is one of the famous sightseeing spots in Kitakyushu.
翱翔的大鲨鱼Moji port was a prosperous international trade port in the Meiji period, comparable to Yokohama and Kobe. There are still many nostalgic buildings that retain the atmosphere of the time. Moji port station, built in 1914, is the first station building in Japan to be designated as a national important cultural asset. Repair work began in 2012 and was completed in 2019 to restore the original look. The former Moji Mitsui Club, where the Einsteins stayed while visiting Japan, and other historic buildings were also opened for art galleries, restaurants, cafes and more. Walking in the streets filled with nostalgia, there may be a hundred years of time-space illusion.
Mr于川Karato Market is a must-see place for travel in Shimonoseki, Japan, where you can eat the freshest puffins. There are seafood markets every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and it is very enjoyable to buy seafood and eat it. The pufferfish is the mark of Xiaguan City, come here must try, the pufferfish sashimi fresh sweet, taste Q bullet, than domestic much cheaper.
暝逝The rattan garden is not big, but the one in Dali is particularly good. It is said that it is a private garden. The best time to visit is the flowering spring. Enter the wisteria tunnel. The dome is covered with naturally drooping and orderly rattan flowers, like an anime scene. There are Japanese preserved red-leaf trees, and it is estimated that the scenery will be ok around November.
M38***13A 5-minute walk from the station is the Kyushu Railway Memorial Hall. I am not a railroad fan, but when I am in Kyushu, I have many opportunities to get in touch with various limited trains and different types of JR trains. It is inevitable that I am sensitive to the surroundings of the train. There are three locomotives at the entrance of the Kyushu Railway Memorial Hall, representing the technology of the three decades. There are a large number of old train displays inside, and you can also board the train to appreciate the internal structure. In the process of industrialization, I am afraid that there is no more important driving tool than trains. The most memorable one in China is the green leather train, but in Japan, there are too many technical and design stages. This memorial hall displays important fragments of railway trains.