Ishibashi Cultural Center

The Ishibashi Cultural Center was donated by honorary citizen Shojiro Ishibashi who founded Bridgestone Corporation in 1956 to his home city Kurume. It is a composite cultural facility with an art museum, music hall, and library, and a vast garden with flowers including roses and camellia blooming in all four seasons. The premise filled with flowers and greenery has been cherished by the citizens as a venue for relaxation and a base of culture and art.

Basic Information

Address (Japanese) 839-0862 福岡県久留米市野中町1015
Address 1015, Nonaka-machi, Kurume-shi, Fukuoka
Contact 0942-33-2271
Fax Number 0942-39-7837
Open 9:00‒17:00
Closed Mondays (except on holidays or observed holidays), and New Year holidays.
*The garden is opened to the public all year.
Car Park about 200 sites
Large Parking Lot 5 sites
Access about 10 minutes from Kurume IC

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


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