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Places of Interest

Shofuku-ji (left)- The oldest Zen Temple in Japan, founded in 1195 by the priest Eisai upon his return from China. He went on to found important Zen monasteries at Kyoto and Kamakura. The grounds are said to be where he planted Japan’s first tea.

Kushida Jinja -Shrine depicting the legendary hero Kintaro and the empress Kenreimon-in

Orohi Koen - A park modelled on China’s West Lake

City Museum(Fukuoka-shi Hkubutsukan)

Genko Kinenkan - Hall commemorating the attempted Mongol invasion in the 13th century.


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