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The course includes the Umeyasu Tenmangu Shrine and
Soshagu Shrine where Sugawara-no-Michizane is said to have visited.
This course is filled with variety of interesting spots and historical spots such as a
residential area which still remains some traces of coal mining days,



Kamisokoino Dotenouchi Machinaka Nakasokoino Tenmangu Shrine Nakama Toritani

The course includes the Umeyasu Tenmangu Shrine and Soshagu Shrine where Sugawara-no-Michizane is said to have visited. From the end of January to the beginning of February, pretty red and white plum blossoms bloom on the ground of the Umeyasu Tenmangu Shrine and fascinate passersby. This course is filled with variety of interesting spots and historical spots such as a residential area which still remains some traces of coal mining days, and an outdoor museum with Moai stone monoliths.


1. Nakama City Hall (Front of main entrance)

The “Nakappa” city mascot standing on across the road greets everyone arriving. And right in front of you is the Onga River, a class A river famous for its bass fishing!

2. Soshagu Shrine

A Shinto shrine with an impressive and imposing “torii” gate. The area in front of the hall of worship is adorned with large ema, votive wooden wishing plaques on which the chief priest has drawn good luck illustrations.

3. Tokuwaka Yakushido Temple

Enshrined here is the spirit of Yakushibutsu Buddha, or Healing Buddha, closely connected to the Heike legends. Tradition has it that he was able to relieve the pain of sickness of all people.




4. Umeyasu Tenmangu Shrine

Be sure to stroke the “Uso” statue of the Japanese bullfinch, because stroking it is said to make you wiser.

5. Steep Hill

A road which looks like as if it is covered with tortoise shells!!

6. Yane-No-Nai(Roofless) Museum

Features many replicas of famous stone statues from around the world. Moai stone monoliths of Easter Island greet you as you approach! It was built in 1989 on the former site of the JNR Katsuki Line which used to transport coal.




7. Bridge Piers under JR Chikuho Main Line

Made of brick, these are a reflection of the time when coal transportation flourished. With the right timing, you can see a train passing right over the top of your head.

8. Road Along Horikawa Canal

Opened in 1762, this man-made canal which took approximately 140 years to build and started by the order of Kuroda Nagamasa. From the Meiji to Taisho eras, it was bustling with riverboats transporting coal.

9. Toyoda Bread Factory

A long-established bread factory which produces bread for school lunch in Nakama City. If you’re lucky, you might be able to buy some of the bread that is left over there.









Kamisokoino

Many remain areas of natural and cultural assets

Kamisokoino
Dotenouchi

Course to walk the World Heritage location in 2015

Dotenouchi
Machinaka

Center and train station of the city flourished as a town of coal mine , course to walk the mall

Machinaka
 



Nakasokoino

Nature remains a lot , walk to the west bank of the Onga river course

Kamisokoino
Tenmangu Shrine

The course includes the Umeyasu Tenmangu Shrine and Soshagu Shrine where Sugawara-no-Michizane is said to have visited.

土手ノ内コース
Nakama Toritani Course

This is a course composed by the students at the Fukuoka Prefectural Nakama High School. It is a course with a lot of hills, but also with many picturesque spots.

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