Kashīgū is a shrine located in Higashi-ku, Fukuoka city. In the modern system of ranked Shinto shrines, Kashīgū was ranked as a "Kanpei-sha",the highest rank. It is also a "Chokusaisha", one of the 16 shrines which an imperial envoy, "Chokushi", performs rituals once in ten years.
Originally, Kashīgū was founded as a mausoleum for Emperor Chūai. He was enshrined here by the hands of Empress Jingū where the Kashīgū is now, and eventually Empress Jingū was enshrined here together.
Visiting Kashīgū enshrining a pair of married couple gods, Emperor Chūai and Empress Jingū.
The next destination is Shikaumi shrine.