Kyoho Winery


Enjoy delicious wine in the birthplace of nature-rich grape wine.

The Kyoho Winery is located in a perfect location overlooking the Chikugo Plain in the forests of the Minou Renzan Mountains in Kurume City. It is the oldest winery in Fukuoka, where Japan's first Kyoho wine was produced.
In addition to the Kyoho wine produced at the plant, there are unique fruit wines made from blueberries, strawberries and kiwi, which are available for free tasting and sale. There is also an underground cellar where the world's oldest Kyoho wine lies, where visitors can see the tools used in wine making and learn about the process.
The nature-rich site has barbecue facilities surrounded by trees and a restaurant where you can enjoy food and wine, and the quiet time spent looking at the landscape of Tanushimaru with its vineyards is a blissful moment.
The grape picking, autumn 'wine festival' and other seasonal events attract many visitors.

Basic Information

Address (Japanese) 839-1213 福岡県久留米市田主丸町益生田246-1
Address 246-1, Masuoda, Tanushimaru-machi, Kurume City, Fukuoka
Telephone Number 0943-72-2382((株)巨峰ワイン)
Fax Number 0943-72-2483
Open 9:00am-5:00pm
BARBECUE 11:00am - 4:00pm
Closed Year-end and New Year
Forest restaurant HEURIGE, forest barbecue BARBECUE
Mar-Nov] Every Tuesday (or the following day if the Tuesday is a public holiday), 2nd and 4th Wednesdays.
Dec-Feb] Every Tuesday (or the following day if the day falls on a public holiday), every Wednesday.
Price free of charge
Car Park 15 units
Large Parking Lot 2 units
Access About 3 minutes by car or 25 minutes on foot from Tanushimaru Station on the JR Hisada Honsen Line.
From Oita Expressway, 25 minutes from Amagi IC, 25 minutes from Asakura IC, 30 minutes from Kurume IC on Kyushu Expressway.
From Nishitetsu Kurume Station, take a bus to Tanushimaru Chuo and get off at Tanushimaru Chuo Bus Stop. 5 minutes by car or 30 minutes on foot.
From Tenjin/Hakata, take an motorway bus (approx. 45 mins), get off at the Amagi IC and drive for approx. 20 mins.

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


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