Komyozenji Temple (光明善寺) is a Zen temple founded in 1273 by the Buddhist priest Tetsugyu Enshin. The temple is known for its rhododendrons, autumn leaves, and Karesansui (dry landscape) stone gardens.
Take the train from Nishitetsu Fukuoka Station to Nishitetsu Futsukaichi Station. Change to the Dazaifu line and get off at Dazaifu Station. Exit the station and turn right down a high street with lots of souvenir shops. Turn right at the end of the street (the opposite way from Tenmangu Shrine) and walk for about 100m.
Sightseeing the sprawling area of Dazaifu Tenmangu can leave you feeling a little drained. Rejuvenate at the nearby Hotel Grantia..
Making use of 2,000 pieces of wood batons, the interior of Starbucks Dazaifu is literally cocooned by a weave of cedar wood. T..
The Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine is located in the eponymous city of Dazaifu on the main island of Kyushu. Shinto Tenmangu shrines are all dedicated to t..
Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium, also known as the Level 5 Stadium, boasts 22,500 seats, many of which are close enough to the pitch to make viewers feel..
The Kyushu National Museum is as remarkable for the design of its building as for the scope and thoroughness of its exhibits.