Tenpaizan Historical and Natural Park


Park where you can enjoy seasonal flowers and get in touch with history and nature.

A nature park adjacent to Kyushu's oldest temple, Buzoji, and near the entrance to the Tenpaizan mountain climb. In addition to the iris garden, many-leaved plant garden, hydrangea garden and azalea garden, it is a place for citizens to enjoy seasonal flowers such as cherry blossoms, rhododendrons, wisteria and autumn leaves all year round.
The Deai Hiroba with a statue of Fujiwara Toramaro, who built Buzoji Temple, the Tenpai (lawn) Hiroba and the South Hiroba with playground equipment are very popular with families with children. The park, which preserves much of nature in its natural state, is also recommended as a place for nature study, and insect catching can be enjoyed in summer. The park is crowded with visitors all year round, as there is a well-maintained trail to the top of Mt Tenpaizan.
In addition, the famous Chikushino City Festival, the Wisteria Festival in spring and the Kangetsu Festival in autumn, are very exciting with many events held around the Azumaya-built water stage on Ikegami Pond.

Basic Information

Address (Japanese) 818-0052 福岡県筑紫野市武蔵629-1ほか
Address 629-1 Musashi, Chikushino, Fukuoka, etc.
Telephone Number 092-923-1111(筑紫野市商工観光課)
Fax Number 092-923-7979
Price free of charge
Car Park 35 vehicles (free of charge)
Access From JR Futsukaichi Station, approx. 20 mins. on foot.
From Nishitetsu Futsukaichi Station West Exit or JR Futsukaichi Station, take Nishitetsu Bus No. 3 (Nishitetsu Futsukaichi Station) (via City Hall, Futsukaichi Onsen and Saiseikai Hospital), alight at Futsukaichi Onsen Bus Stop and walk about 7 minutes (550m).
Website https://www.city.chikushino.fukuoka.jp/site/kosodate/1759.html

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


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