Asakura travel guide
and many historical heritages. And also there is a Onsen Resort along the Chikugo River.
The modern city of Asakura was established on March 20, 2006, from the merger of the former town
of Asakura, absorbing the city of Amagi, and the town of Haki. Asakura is located in south central
Fukuoka Prefecture and is spreading in the Chikugo plains of the Chikugo River basin which is the
big river in Kyushu.
Akizuki is a former Castle town located in northern part of Asakura.
You can enjoy the harmony of countryside landscape and former
castle town scenery that makes the atmosphere like a time
of 400 years ago.
A tranquil Onsen Resort near Fukuoka-city and is located on the banks
of Chikugo River. The quality hot spring is weakly alkaline and sulfur
is mixed and has the effect of dropping old horn and creating beautiful
The apiary collecting honey while traveling with bees from Kagoshima
to Hokkaido. The Apiary was established in Asakura in 1909 and offers
delicious Japanese milk vetch honey and acacia honey, both of which
have a deep and sophisticated taste.
Toho is a small village with a population of about 2,000 people and consist
of two districts. Hoshuyama district, a mountain area blessed with nature
Koisiwara district, pottery industry representative of Kyushu.
|Address||City hall : 412-2 Bodaiji, Asakura-city, Fukuoka-prefecture|
50 minutes by a vehicle from Fukuoka-city
30 minutes by a vehicle from Dazaifu-city
60 minutes by a vehicle from Yaanagawa-city
90 minutes by a vehicle from Kitakyushu-city
|Population||50,700 Population density 205|