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Yasaka Shrine, Kitakyushu
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  • Located near Kokura Castle, also located just off River oak for parking, Riva, return to shopping and convenient. New year's is very gooey.
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  • It is a shrine was built 400 years of history next year. Early October, visited the rosters are under construction. See drop in when you go to Kokura Castle.
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  • Is a Shinto shrine that should go along with the Kokura castle tour historical and prestigious. You can enter from Kokura Castle, and turn it on from the moat between the Kokura Castle North = Riverwalk. Shinto shrine in respectable and honored pedigree familiar for the Japanese, some may think of Nice buildings and visitors from foreign countries. Worship is of course free. Because many young people, foreign nationals, or manners of basin, worship was described politely, be other than study?
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  • Nice relaxing place. Not sure how much it cost. Just thrust a bunch of coins through the window to a very happy lady and went in. Not a lot in side but a good place to sit, zen out and listen to the frogs
  • Ancient temple of Gion, and one of the oldest and most beloved in Kokura. It is curious for its construction and has a central courtyard in which there are parked cars. It is also very integrated with the outside of the Castle. Very curious.
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  • Nice Japanese although small, attached to the castle garden. You can take a matcha tea or that you wear a yukata for 500 yen. The House there, and that you can visit, looking onto the garden, is beautiful although small.
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  • Sell me candy. Ogura is pedestrian area only and is maintained. Between the Riverwalk pond, Koi and I think too many birds, so come with your child.
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  • Kokura Castle next to the ramp area with teeny teeny Saints ㅎ ㅎ
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