- Built: 1612
- Japanese: 水鏡神社 (suikyou jinja)
The origin legend of the shrine says that Sugawara no Michizane, the Heian period courtier who would posthumously be named Tenjin, kami of scholarship, stopped on his way to Dazaifu, to where he had been exiled, and looked upon his reflection in the waters of the Shijû River; thus, a Tenjin shrine was later built on that spot.
The shrine's name, suikyô, literally means "water mirror"; an alternate name for the shrine, Sugatami Tenjin (容見天神), literally means "Looking-at-one's-form Tenjin."
- Plaques on-site.