Ipponmatsu Park (Showa Forest)


Popular spot for families to camp, barbecue and play in the river.

Forest Nature Park, located at an altitude of 300 m at the foot of Sangunsan (Mt Sangun). Sangunsan and Houmansan, and is visited by many climbers throughout the year.
The park has been selected as one of the 100 best places for forest bathing in Fukuoka Prefecture, and is a relaxing spot where visitors can play in the river in summer. Visitors can enjoy the colours of the four seasons, such as cherry blossoms, Tsukushi rhododendrons and azaleas in spring, fireflies in summer, autumn leaves in autumn and camellias in winter.
The Shojo-Bakamama colony and the large cranes of the Goradani valley are very worth seeing.

Camping and bungalow facilities are available and the area is crowded with families and groups during the season. Bungalows are usually available for rent from July to September each year (reservation required and charged), and facilities such as cooking areas, wells and toilets can be used free of charge. Tents can be brought in all year round. You can freely enjoy the area without reservations.

*Please take your own rubbish and charcoal after use with you.
*Bungalows are not available for rent in 2022 to prevent the spread of new coronavirus infections.

Basic Information

Address (Japanese) 811-2101 福岡県糟屋郡宇美町宇美字正楽3-3
Address 3-3, Shoraku, Umi-aza, , Umi-machi, Kasuya-gun, Fukuoka
Telephone Number 092-934-3006(宇美町都市整備課)
Open Year-round
Bungalow availability 1 July - 30 September / Bungalow reception period 11 June - 28 September.
Price 3,000 yen (2 days and 1 night in a bungalow)
200 yen/person in addition to accommodation tax
Car Park 215 units.
Access 15 minutes drive from Umi Station on the JR Kashii Line.
30-minute walk from Nishitetsu Bus Shoji-dake Bus Stop.
Website https://www.town.umi.lg.jp/site/spot/30341.html
Remarks *Contact the Umi Town Urban Development Department for bungalow reservations.

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


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