In the shrine across the street from Fukuoka Hotel in Sky City, Kyushu, a few cherry blossoms scattered in early spring add a touch of romance to the shrine. In the center of the bustling business district, it sticks to tranquility. It's a little beautiful to see the local people praying with piety. If you go to the opposite Electronics City or the pharmacy opposite obliquely, you can stop by.
A shrine of the gods in downtown Fukuoka is surrounded by tall buildings and a police square beside it. I am curious to go and see it. There are many historical statements and worship the protection of tradition. Many Japanese young people come here to worship it. The shrine is as refreshing and quiet as other places. What's more, we can see a "needle is a stele" which is the god's well-being of tailors worship and also makes people feel sad.
Passing by unintentionally, although it's a very small year, but it's really clean.
A five-minute walk around a place that's too miniature is enough