Sarayama Park

Sarayama is the place where Kato Tamikichi, the originator of Seto style ceramics, hid after being accused of spying and pursued ceramic art. The Sarayama area has since been developed as a park. In addition to the irises, azaleas and cherry blossoms blooming in the park, 2,000 hydrangeas add to its color under the cloud of the rainy season between June and July. The park also offers the second longest roller slide in Kyushu, an athletic gym and countless other features that attract many families on holidays!

*About the Hydrangea: 2,000 Hydrangea
*Accessibility: Wheelchair-accessible bathrooms; guide dogs permitted

Address 811-2114 Kamisue, Sue Town, Kasuya County, Fukuoka
Contact Tel:092-932-1151 
Sue Town Industrial Development Department
Fees Free
Parking Available; 100 vehicles
Access By train – A 40 minute walk from JR Sue Chuo Station on the Kashii Line
By bus – A 25 minute walk from Nishitetsu “Kami Sue Guchi” stop
By car – About 15 minutes via Prefectural Road 35 from the Fukuoka Interchange off the Kyushu Expressway
Times Available Hydrangea in bloom in early June through early July
Area Fukuoka Area
Genre Natural Parks (Parks) Hydrangea (Flowers and Plants) Plum Blossoms (Flowers and Plants) Cherry Blossoms (Flowers and Plants) Irises (Flowers and Plants) Azaleas (Flowers and Plants)

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