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Sasaguri Kyudai Forest
Spanning around 17 hectors, Sasaguri Kyudai Forest opened as as place for visitors to stroll around a forest by the water. Approximately 50 different types of evergreen broadleaved trees, such as camphor trees and wax myrtle trees, as well as around 40 variations of deciduous broadleaved trees, such as pink oak trees and staggerbush trees are grown here. A pavilion and wooden benches made from wood collected in the forest are situated along the walkway around the centrally-located Kamata Pond. Why not take a break here and fully immerse yourself in the abundance of nature?
1009, Wada, Sasaguri Town, Kasuya Province, Fukuoka Prefecture, 881-2414
April - September: 6:00 am - 5:00 pm October - March: 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Approx. 40-minutes by bus from JR Tenjin Station. Approx. 20-minute walk from "Kasuya Keisatsucho-mae" bus stop
Approx. 30-minutes from Fukuoka Interchange
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