Sugi no Baba Street

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A road in Asakura City, Fukuoka Prefecture. Known as the ''Little Kyoto of Fukuoka,'' this former castle town area is surrounded by mountains and pure streams. Extending out from the Akizuki Castle Ruins, the road is lined with some 200 cherry trees on either side which form a gorgeous 500-meter-long tunnel of blossoms in spring, making the area a top cherry blossom viewing destination. The Akizuki Spring Festival is also held here in April. At night, the area is lit up with electric lights, giving visitors the chance to enjoy a magical landscape quite different from that of the daytime.

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Fukuoka Pref. Asakurashi Akidukinotori
Phone
0946246758

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  • Former Main Street in Akizuki
    4.0 Reviewed:2019.10.17
    This street used to be the Main Street in Akizuki, which leads to Akizuki castle. Once Samurais walked on this road. Now it is a very pleasant promenade for tourists, especially in spring when cherry...
  • 緑が美しい!
    4.0 Reviewed:2019.09.22
    秋月観光の入り口。両側に桜が植えられており、桜の季節が有名みたいですが、緑もとても綺麗でした。風情があって、早朝散歩が気持ちよかったです。
  • 秋月城跡にある、桜並木の続く道
    4.0 Reviewed:2019.07.14
    秋月城跡にある、桜並木が続く道。野鳥橋を渡ったところからはじまり、黒門があるあたりまで続いています。秋月城の石垣や石橋が残り、風情のある道です。

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