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Kashii-gu, Fukuoka

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#10 of 101 in Historic Sites in Fukuoka
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Kashii-gū (香椎宮) is a Shinto shrine located in Higashi-ku, Fukuoka, Japan. It is dedicated to Emperor Chūai and Empress Jingū.
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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...  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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  • A very lovely, calm, and gorgeous place to see in Kashi area, Fukuoka. Don't miss out cherry blossoms today or tomorrow.
  • A quite large, interesting temple. A short walk away is a place where you can get some kind of ‘holy water’!

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