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Kashii-gu, Fukuoka

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  • Kashii shrine is the shrine a nice bridal is the absence of events, such as free parking and lot number, so I think. Flowers and IRIS Festival during the week to go before the most at that time was known as the IRIS? Just not in mood Iris was disappointing. "Water" also gave a short walk. I think plastic bottles bring the better.
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  • Situated in the outskirts of Fukuoka City this shrine is easy to access. It is dedicated to the legendary Tennō Chūai (14th Tenno), empress Jingū as well as their son Ōjin (15th Tenno) and the Sumiyos...  more »
  • Founded in the 8th century, it is maybe one of the oldest shrines in Fukuoka. From JR Kashii or Nishitetsu Kashii Miyamae you can walk.  more »
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  • Nice and quiet temple in the Kashii area.
  • Old's possessions as shrine of the highest grade. Kyushu is only the USA shrine and kashii shrine. Not only 16 national encyclical Festival of one company in the hongu-10 years is being held to. With the God effort Empress Zhong AI Emperor (Japan Takeshi tout son), this land consisted of reign over the past year. It is a translation during that time was the center of Japan right here. Remains of old palace at the back where at that time was living, so that the imperial palace ruins. One day, Emperor Zhong AI 俄 do death. God effort Empress he built a shrine there, the spirit of Emperor itsuki when was. This is the origin of the kashii shrine. (Old palace ruins) Empress who was 身籠tte at this time. It is after his son was returned from the 三韓 delivered at UMI hachimangu shrine, after Emperor Ōjin. Big sacred standing in front of the Mikado "Aya Sugimoto" returned from 三韓 Empress filled three sacred treasures here that is said was planted by 杉枝 on prayers "forever Temple of this 鎮護 be!", was put in the sleeve of the armor has grown. God effort Empress died 450 years later, due to Empress himself his oracles, new built shrine beside the shrine of Emperor Zhong sympathy to and worshipped the spirit of the Empress. Since then, with both Palace was called the Temple of Kaori Shiina, but 0/1915 chokushi due Emperor and Empress in your sources at the fan Bong Hokusai to as became so. The legend of Emperor Zhong sorrow, God effort Empress, Emperor Ōjin, and elder statesman Takeuchi accommodation proposal is from the late Yayoi's old story of the Kofun period, but here kashii Shrine precincts, wrapped in the air as you need to feel the breath of old times, sacred and tender. Kashii shrine is a small face musculo-skeletal sinews and muscle guardian Mr. Guardian UN form "alike" (from the gate towards the left) said "lucky" with, touching hands with no luck, and Torii is visible from the gate position, stand and look "open" character in gate and gate. Nokyo-sho wrote on festive occasions beside the shrine in a.m., but I will be in the Office near the gate. Original Vermillion book interwoven of Aya Sugimoto and chrysanthemum crest.
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  • Slowly I was able to visit and rest area. Many worshippers were also behind the Empress. Spacious room quiet shrine.
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  • From other provinces five years ago I moved to kashii. There is a shrine of the Godhead in the country like this so it was very fresh. Special wide without the special exhibits are not. In the decade from the imperial family again (this was last October) the Emperor's Envoy to come. Very high percent fewer visitors. Not with somber shrine without help, but increasingly familiar as a local park. Only the name and its caolshii is famous. Incidentally, now Crown Prince and royalty who planted a sober environment.
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  • High's most prestigious shrine. One morning four, along with the Grand shrine of ISE, Tsuruga kehi Jingu Shrine and iwashimizu hachimangu shrine. Also in Kyushu the Emperor periodically send us Envoy's Hotel Palace and only the USA shrine. Without a doubt in the Fukuoka City surrounding Supreme shrine. Is not known. Military base facing the East of Hakata Bay was originally the harbour towards the Korean peninsula. Structure of the moat remains well now.
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