Gingkos at Taibaru district


A row of ginkgo trees, the symbol of the city, dyed in golden colors

The ginkgo tree, the symbol tree of Hirokawa Town, was selected from the public to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the town's incorporation and was designated as the town tree.
From mid to late November, when autumn deepens, the rows of ginkgo trees in the Taibaru district turn beautiful colors, turning the entire area into a golden hue. Many people visit every year to catch a glimpse of this breathtaking scenery.
When the colored leaves fall, the ground becomes like a carpet, adding to the beauty of the area.

This is private property, and the owner has graciously allowed us to visit.
Please be sure to take your trash home with you and visit the site in the spirit of "more beautiful than when you arrived. Please refrain from obstructing traffic, such as parking on the street.
*To prevent the spread of new coronavirus infection, we ask for your cooperation in practicing cough etiquette, washing hands, wearing masks, and avoiding three close quarters.

Basic Information

Address (Japanese) 834-0112 福岡県八女郡広川町久泉1029
Address 1029, Oaza Kusumi, Hirokawa-cho, Yame-gun, Fukuoka
Telephone Number 0943-32-5555(広川町観光協会)
Event Days Mid to late November
Car Park Temporary parking available
Access From the Hirokawa IC on the Kyushu Expressway, go to each designated parking lot, and walk from each designated parking lot.

*Information on facilities is subject to change. Please check each official website for the latest information.


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