Ino River


Fukuoka's best water sports spots! Popular for its proximity to the city center, only about 30 minutes away!

The Ino River is a clear stream that flows through Hisayama-cho, Kasuya-gun. Genji fireflies live in the Ino district upstream, and a fantastic firefly dance can be seen every year from late May to early June.
The riverbank in front of the Ino-Amateru Kojingu Shrine (Ino Shrine), called the "Ise-san" of Kyushu, is a great place to play in the water! In summer, many families come to enjoy the coolness of the clear, cold stream. In the shallows, even small children get excited while observing crabs, killifish, and other water creatures! This is the perfect place to stimulate their curiosity.
The Isuzu River, also called Isuzu-gawa after the Ise Jingu Shrine, is a place of recreation and relaxation for citizens, where they can enjoy the scenery throughout the four seasons, including cherry blossoms and autumn leaves.

Basic Information

Address (Japanese) 811-2503 福岡県糟屋郡久山町猪野
Address Ino, Hisayama-cho, Kasuya-gun, Fukuoka
Telephone Number 092-976-1111(久山町役場)
Fax Number 092-976-2463
Price free
Access Using Iko Bus (Hisayama Town Community Bus)
5 minutes on foot from Ino bus stop 
Short walk from Koudaijingu-shita bus stop

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


Fukuoka Area
Flowers & Plants Lakes, Rivers, Valleys & Waterfalls Parks

Neighborhood Sightseeing spots Neighborhood Sightseeing spots

People who viewed this page also viewed these pages. People who viewed this page also viewed these pages.

We use cookies on this site to enhance your experience. By continuing to browse, you agree to our use of cookies. See our Cookie Policy for more information.