Dazaifu Government Remains Reviews
３年振りに来ましたが、大宰府が令和ゆかりの地であることから脚光を浴びて観光客が急増している感じです。 今回は地元のガイドさんの案内で観光しました。 今は、大宰府政庁の柱の礎石などが残るだけですが、広大な敷地に当時の繁栄を窺うことが出来て良かったです。 但し、日陰が少ないので暑い日には熱中症に気をつけた方が良さそうでした。 more »I came here for the first time in three years, but i feel that the number of tourists is increasing rapidly in the limelight because Dazaifu is a place related to theReiwa pass. This time, I went sightseeing with the guidance of a local guide. Right now, only the cornerstone of the pillars of the Dazaifu Government Office remains, but it was good to be able to enshrine prosperity at that time on the vast site. However, because there was little shade, it seemed to be better to watch out for heat stroke on a hot day.
平城京、平安京に次ぐ、外国との交渉の窓口となる役所（大宰府）の跡 ７世紀後半、大和朝廷は那の津の官家（みやけ）をここに移し、奈良・平安時代を通して、九州を治め、我が国の西の守り（防衛）、外国との交渉の窓口となる役所（大宰府）とした。その規模は平城京、平安京に次ぐ大きなものであり、南北22条、東西24坊の都市計画があったという学説がある。万葉集には"遠の朝廷（みかど）"と詠まれ、その規模をしのばせる... more »In the latter half of the 7th century, the Yamato Imperial Court moved the government house of Nazu here, which is the second half of the 7th century, which serves as a window for negotiations with foreign countries, after Heijokyo and Heiankyo, ruled Kyushu through the Nara and Heian periods, and defended the west of our country. It was a government office (Odazaifu) that serves as a point of contact for negotiations with foreign countries. Its scale is second only to Heijokyo and Heiankyo, and there is a theory that there were 22 articles from north and south, and 24 urban plans from east to west. The Manyoshu is enshrined as the "Mikado" and the scale of the shrine is still a good cornerstone, and the gates, corridors, and surrounding government office ruins are maintained around the shrine, and it is now a park. Its size is about 111. It is about 6m and 211m north-south. There is only the cornerstone of the pillar that used to be, but I feel the history. It is a vast site. On the right side of the entrance is the Dazaifu Exhibition Hall. Admission is free, but it's worth the trip. In addition to covering and publishing the remains of the Heian period excavated from excavations of the Dazaifu site, we exhibit materials such as excavated items and restoration models that introduce the history of Dazaifu.
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