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Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine

Fukuoka prefecture

History/Culture

Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine was built in honor of Sugawara Michizane (the God of wisdom) and is often crowded with people, mainly praying to pass school entrance exams. The shrine is also the national headquarters for all Tenmangu shrines. On the shrine’s premises, there are a species of deciduous tree that is protected as a natural treasure, camphor trees, Japanese apricots, and irises. Visitors can enjoy the beautiful sceneries of the four seasons.

*About the Building
Government-designated Important Cultural Asset (Main shrine); built in 1591
*Accessibility
Wheelchair-accessible bathrooms

Address 〒818-0117 4-7-1 Dazaifu, Dazaifu-shi, Fukuoka
Contact Tel: 092-922-8225
Fax: 092-921-1010
Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine
Access Information By train ・5 minute walk from Nishitetsu “Dazaifu” Station
Parking 300 vehicles
Parking fees Required
Times Available -
Time Required Same as above
Max, Capacity No limit
Closed -
Usage fees Shrine visits are free (there is an entry fee to the Homotsuden (shrine museum) and the Kanko History Museum. There are days when the buildings are closed)
Reservations required Not required
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