The Atago shrine--and there are three in Japan--is dedicated to the patron god of matchmaking, hope and intimacy. As you can ... More
The Atago shrine--and there are three in Japan--is dedicated to the patron god of matchmaking, hope and intimacy. As you can imagine, couples frequent the grounds, some on official business with the shrine's priests; those with marriage plans may seek blessings. Others however, go because of its location. Not only are relationships blessed here, but they are also sometimes started, as the views provided from its perch on a steep hill in the west side of the city are magnificent and quite romantic at night. There are coin-operated telescopes around the perimeter.
This building was created for kids. Well, and their parents, too; they are the ones who are supposedly doing the
shopping, though the kids may be doing most of the choosing. The first floor comprises a selection of shops ...
The Fukuoka Dome resembles something from a futuristic movie set, having been the first retractable roof stadium in Japan. Now
it is home to the Daiei Hawks professional baseball team. Hot dogs and beer are de rigueur inside, but ...
Located in the Hawks Town, Wonder Park is where you might want to head for some fun on a rainy
day. Its facilities include a bowling alley, batting cages, billiard tables, karaoke rooms, and all the latest in Japanese ...
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