About 5 minutes walk from Dazaifu Nishitetsu.
This shrine is dedicated to Michizane Sugawara. Known as the god of learning.
"Umegae Mochi" is famous sweets in this area.
At the end of the approach. Sanetomi Sanjo was staying at Enjuoin in the end of Edo period. Takamori Saigo, Shinsaku Takasugi and Ryoma Sakamoto visited here.
There are three bridges over the pond. Each of these symbolizes past, present and future.
After crossing the bridge comes into view.
This shrine was rebuilt in 1591. Plum tree that look right in the photo is known as "Tobiume" and is said to have been a thousand years old.
The two camphor trees are named "a married couple of camphor trees", because the couple seem to have nestled. Age of these trees are said to have been one thousand five hundred years or a thousand years. There are on the north side of the main shrine.
In Dazaifu is often found such camphor trees.
This museum has exhibits historical items and more.
Josui Kuroda (Kuroda Josui - Wikipedia) used this well, when he built thatched hut here and retired.
Turn right in the end of the approach, there is beside Komyozenji Temple.
Go north from main shrine, there is Tenkai Inari Shrine.
This is the oldest Inari shrine in Kyushu.
Google Map Dazaifu Tenmangu
Japanese site is here.