The "Maple Road" of Toho Village

The approximately 5km road from the vicinity of Tsuzumi no Sato on National Route 211 to Takaragaya is commonly known as "Momiji Road", where you can enjoy autumn leaves such as maple, zelkova, ginkgo, and goby. The scenery along with the flow of the Ohi River is very beautiful, and this road that cuts through Toho Village is also known as a relaxing drive course.
Route 211, also known as the "Pottery Highway", heads north through the mountainous area and, when you reach the top of the slope, you will come to Koishiwara, a roadside station that resembles a climbing kettle.
The best time to see autumn leaves is from late October to mid-November.

Basic Information

Address (Japanese) 838-1602 福岡県朝倉郡東峰村大字小石原鼓 国道211号線つづみの里付近~宝ヶ谷の約5kmの区間
Address Koishiwaratsuzumi, Touho Village, Asakura County
Contact 0946-72-2313

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


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