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[Image1]📍 Fukuoka Dazaifu Tenmangu UkidenDazaifu Tenmangu Shrine FukuokaIn ancient times, it was written on

📍 Fukuoka Dazaifu Tenmangu Ukiden
Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine Fukuoka

In ancient times, it was written on the precinct map of the Kamakura period.

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  • Feb. 12, 2024
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    Dazaifu Tenmangu, a representative tourist attraction in Dazaifu City, Fukuoka Prefecture, is dedicated to Sugawara Michishin, who is called Tenjin-san, and many students visit to pray for their studies. Visit a historic shrine where the legend of Ume Plum remains, and recommend the Shuin stamps.
    You can also enjoy a café or lunch at Starbucks, which features a traditional design on the approach.
    The Dazaifu area is full of spots where you can learn about the history and culture of Dazaifu, such as the Kyushu National Museum and the Dazaifu Exhibition Hall.
    The origin of Japan's new era name "Reiwa" is "Ume Plum Blossom Song" contained in Japan's oldest songbook, Man'yōshū.
    The Ume Plum Blossom Festival depicted in the preface to the Ume Plum Blossom Song is said to be around Sakamoto Hachimangu Shrine in Dazaifu, and the "Dazaifu Government Office Ruins", which is said to be the ruins of an ancient government office, has been visited by many tourists since the reform and is gaining popularity.
    There are many other hidden gems around the city, such as the Homangu Kamon Shrine, the Martial Temple, and the ruins of Ono Castle, which is one of the 100 most famous castles in Japan.
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