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Atago Jinja Shrine

2-7-1 Atago, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka 819-0015, Fukuoka Prefecture
+81 92-881-0103
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“cherry trees” (2 reviews)
“fukuoka tower” (3 reviews)
“hilltop” (2 reviews)
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2-7-1 Atago, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka 819-0015, Fukuoka Prefecture
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+81 92-881-0103

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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Subway ride. Long climb through residential area. Many, many stairs. The closer we got to the top of the hill, the climb changed from walking through (very) hilly residential streets to climbing stairs under tall trees. Partway to the shrine ( we had no idea...More

Thank hfot2
Reviewed 6 September 2017

Very nice place to take pictures of Fukuoka. Although it is away from the city center, access is reasonably easy and cheap via the Subway (Airport line, Muromi Stn. The shrine is located on a hill with a great views over the city, Fukuoka Tower...More

Thank Vasile M
Reviewed 10 April 2017

Visited at night where you can see the city lights and the cherry trees lighted up. Quite disappointed as there were not many trees

Thank sllim2015
Reviewed 25 March 2017

Located on a hill, you have a nice view on the Western outskirts of Fukuoka. Atago or Atago Gongen is protecting the city from fire.The original Atago Shrine can be found on Mount Atago near Kyoto. It serves as the head shrine for almost one...More

Thank japanfan2016
Reviewed 7 December 2016 via mobile

Great place to visit...wonderful view and nice air...must visit once...you will not know how the time passes.

Thank mukti b
Reviewed 18 June 2016

There're several routes to reach this shrine from Tenjin or Hakata station area. The easiest is alight the subway line at Muromi station and cross the bridge and the intersection under the expressway flyover. Then turn right at the shrine sign (not at the intersection)....More

Thank ETflyer
Reviewed 22 May 2016

Although this shrine is away from the city centre access is reasonably ewasy and cheap via the Metro. From the station there is an uphill walk of about 0.5 miles / 0.8 km to the shrine. A very simple shrine on a couple of levels...More

Thank phshanks
Reviewed 1 May 2016

We alight at subway station Muromi and it took us a good 15 mins to cross the Meji Dori bridge and reach the ‘foothill’. From here it was a rather steep 15 mins up meandering slope, with resident houses on both sides! Not much sign...More

Thank J&S_Singapore
Reviewed 29 March 2016 via mobile

We visited during Sakura season, a little on the early side and Atago Jinja Shrine was our favourite of the variety of Sakura viewing places we went to. It's a bit of a walk up the hill but worth it for the Sakura and the...More

Thank Ben P
Reviewed 21 December 2015 via mobile

A steep hike of 20 minutes from the subway station but well worth it as not only is the shrine nice to see but the views are better than paying to go up the Fukuoka tower.

Thank Bomoh
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