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Explore the history and romance of the ancient city of Dazaifu and uncover cultural ties to the name of the new Reiwa era.

A value ticket set combining train fare and umegaemochi voucher.

The Ticket Pack includes

  • ・Nishitetsu Train Round Trip Ticket

    Fukuoka (Tenjin) / Yakuin ⇔ Dazaifu

  • ・Umegaemochi Exchange Coupon

    One exchange coupon entitles you to two Umegaemochi

  • Dazaifu Coupon Special Discounts

    ・Homotsuden (Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine) Included in group rate
    ・Kanko Historical Museum (Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine) Included in group rate
    ・Kanzeonji/Hozo (repository) Included in group rate
    ・Dazaifu Amusement Park Admission Fee ¥100 Off
    ・Dazaifu Station Bicycle Rental ¥100 Off
    ・Yuzupremium Japan Dazaifu shop Bonus Voucher
    ・Mine (Tenjin shop/Hakata shop) One-day kimono rental ¥800 Off

Stroll through Dazaifu with a coupon for Umegaemochi
and the top sightseeing spots!

Umegaemochi exchange store

Oishi chaya TEL 092-922-4045
Furo sakaeya TEL 092-923-1766
Matsushima chaten TEL 092-922-4006
Furo shogetsu honten TEL 092-922-4140
Nakagami chaya TEL 092-922-4108
Oyamada chaten TEL 092-922-4175
Shoseikan TEL 092-922-4068
Tobiumedo TEL 092-922-6751
Takenoya TEL 092-923-0043
Uguisu chaya TEL 092-922-4120
Taishokan TEL 092-922-5112
Terunoe TEL 092-922-4010
Teradaya TEL 092-922-4064
Midoriya TEL 092-922-4161
Kanoya TEL 092-922-5410
Nakamuraya TEL 092-922-4328
Amagiya TEL 092-922-4012
Sabo Kikuchi TEL 092-923-3792
Matsuda shoten TEL 092-922-4179
Kasanoya TEL 092-922-1010
Onochikushido TEL 092-922-4210
Sakadoya TEL 092-922-5992
Kasanoya TEL 092-922-5582
Tenmanya TEL 092-922-4173
Kakuda shoten TEL 092-922-4059
Miyake shoten TEL 092-922-4383
Yasutake TEL 092-922-5079
Matsuo shoten TEL 092-922-4261
Matsuya TEL 092-922-6125
Yorozuya TEL 092-922-4155
Cafe Kei TEL 092-924-0182
Baba shoten TEL 092-922-4171
  • Photograph provided by Dazaifu City

    Dazaifu Government Office Ruins
    Dazaifu was a base for cultural exchange with East Asia, referred to in the "Manyoshu" as "the distant capital".
    Today these ruins are part of Shiseki Park, where you can view their impressive foundations.
    ◎ 15 min walk from Tofuromae Station
  • Photograph provided by Koto Dazaifu Preservation Association

    Dazaifu Exhibition Hall
    This facility preserves and exhibits artifacts recovered during archaeological excavations of part of the moat at the Dazaifu historic site.
    It also uses miniature models and documents To explain the history of Dazaifu.
    ◎ Opening hours: 9 am - 4:30 pm
    ◎ Closed: Mon (on the following day if a public holiday), Year-end/New Year holidays
    ◎ Contact: 092-922-7811
    * Admission fee will be required from July, 2019
  • Photograph provided by Kanzeonji

    Kanzeonji/Hozo (repository)
    The temple has the oldest temple bell in Japan, and even appears in "The Tale of Genji".
    Its treasure house displays 16 Buddhist statues from the Heian through Kamakura periods. The centerpiece is an approx. 5-meter tall statue of Kannon.
    ◎ Opening hours: 9 am - 5 pm (entrance until 4:30 pm) 
    ◎ Contact: 092-922-1811
  • Photograph provided by Dazaifu Tenmangu

    Kanko Historical Museum
    Located on the grounds of Dazaifu Tenmangu, this facility features a diorama that uses Hakata dolls to reenact the life of Sugawara no Michizane.
    It also exhibits Tenjin dolls, toys and votive pictures from around Japan.
    ◎ Opening hours: 9 am - 4:30 pm (entrance until 4 pm)
    ◎ Closed: Tue and Wed
  • Photograph provided by Dazaifu City

    Komyozenji Temple
    A Buddhist temple founded during the Kamakura period. The beautiful moss of its karesansui gardens has inspired the nickname Kokedera or “mossy temple”.
    In spring they blossom with rhododendron, their foliage a myriad of colors in fall.
    ◎ Opening Hours: Noon to around 4:30 pm (varies depending on day)
  • Photograph provided by Kyushu National Museum

    Kyushu National Museum
    The museum holds various special exhibits intended to help understand the formation of Japanese culture from the perspective of Asian history.
    ◎ Opening hours: Sun/Tue-Thu: 9:30 am - 5 pm (entrance until 4:30 pm)
    Fri-Sat: 9:30 am - 8 pm (entrance until 7:30 pm)
    ◎ Closed: Mon (on the following day if a public holiday)
    ◎ Contact: 050-5542-8600

Stations Where Ticket Packs are Sold, and Prices

Station Adult Child
Fukuoka (Tenjin)・Yakuin ¥960 ¥620

[Period of validity]
One month, including the day of purchase

[Validity after initial use]
Two days, including the first day of use

[Stopovers]
Stopovers are not permitted. However, you can freely board and get off the train at Tofuro-mae, Nishitetsu Futsukaichi, Nishitetsu Gojo and Dazaifu stations.

Important Notes

Using Nishitetsu Trains

■ The Dazaifu Stroll Ticket Pack combines Nishitetsu train round trip tickets and umegaemochi exchange coupon.

■ Please present your ticket to the station representative at the ticket gate. Cannot be used at the automatic ticket gate.

■ This ticket cannot be used for stopovers. However, stopovers are limited to Tofuro-Mae, Futsukaichi and Gojo stations.

■ Ticket is valid for 2 days (including the day you begin using it). However, please be aware that it will become invalid once you return to the station at which you purchased it, or if you pass through the ticket gates at any station other than Dazaifu, Tofuro-Mae, Futsukaichi or Gojo.

Using the umegaemochi voucher

■ Can be used at shops along the approach to Dazaifu Tenmangu. See here for details about participating shops. Please be aware that you may need to wait in line when the shop is busy.

Using Coupons

■ Present the Dazaifu Coupon at any of the listed facilities to receive a discount. We recommend that you check in advance as some facilities may close early or be temporarily closed.