Nagasaki Confucius Shrine is one of just a modest bunch of altars committed to the respected Chinese rationalist Confucius in Japan. The hallowed place was worked in 1893 by Nagasaki's Chinese people group. The vivid, environmental altar likewise contains a historical center at the back of the grounds
.A little garden with a scaffold and lake welcomes guests at the passageway. The fancy Chinese-style structures are embellished with yellow rooftops. Flanking the place of worship's patio stand the 72 sages, life-measure stone statues that weigh around two tons each and portray Confucius' devotees. The place of worship urges guests to discover among the statues one that looks like a relative.