The Tochoji Temple was built in 806 AD by famous a Buddhist priest, Kukai. A lot of worshipers visit the temple for the Fudo Festival in January, Setsubun Festival in February and the anniversary of his death in March.
My family and I visited during May and there weren’t many people around. It wasn’t too far from where we were staying so we decided to come and have a look. Click the link below to read more!
Take a few minutes walk from Ohori Park and you’ll find yourself at the Fukuoka Castle Ruins inside Maizuru Park. A lot history in the area as previously being known as the largest castle in Kyushu during the Edo Period (1603 to 1867).
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Take a look into a traditional Japanese Garden! Located inside Ohori Park, it is truly a sight to see. Such a beautiful garden 🙂 For more information and to see more of the photos I took – click the ream more button below.
For our first full touring day in Fukuoka, Japan we thought it would be fun to visit Ohori Park. Read some reviews on line that it was a nice place to stroll around. There is also a separate Japanese garden that you can check out, I’ll post a separate blog about it in the next few days.
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Travelling in China can be a rocky road if you’re not prepared. Depending on where you are coming from, the culture, the climate, the customs will be completely different to what you are used to. This is why preparation is key when travelling, especially when the destination is further from your home.
Our flight from Busan to Fukuoka was only 45 minuts; we landed around 2pm. Took the Fukuoka airport shuttle to Hakata Station. From there we walked to our Airbnb, had a little rest and headed out around 6pm for our first look around Fukuoka, Japan!
I saw on Google Maps (life saver!) that Canal City Mall was nearby, so we walked there and checked it out on our first night. Click the link below to see more of this beautiful mall!