Kurume Bird Center

Kurume Bird Center is one of the rarer zoos in Japan that houses mainly birds. The center houses many rare birds that cannot be observed at any other zoo in Kyushu, such as the blue-winged kookaburra and green peafowl. In total, the center displays 80 species of bird, like 120 Indian peafowls (a Special Natural Treasure), re-crowned crane, African penguin, flamingo, and Japanese chicken, in addition to 12 kinds of mammals such as wallabies, squirrel monkies, and capybara. Don’t miss the petting zoo where feed is available from vending machines, and the playland.

*About the Center: Area – 30,000 square meters (322,900 square feet)
*Accessibility: Wheelchair-accessible bathrooms; wheelchair rental; changing tables; guide dogs permitted
*Discounts: Available for persons with disabilities and senior citizens who live within Kurume City

Address 830-0003 Within Chuo (Central) Park, Higashi Kushihara Town, Kurume City, Fukuoka
Contact Tel:0942-33-2895 
Kurume Bird Center
Fees High School Students and Over: 250 Yen; Junior High and Elementary School Students: 100 Yen; Infants and Toddlers (age 4 and over): 50 Yen
and Holidays
Every second Monday (the next day in case of a holiday)
Parking Available; 200 vehicles
Access By train – a 20 minute walk from Nishitetsu “Kurume” Station
By bus – a 5 minute walk from Nishitetsu “Seishonen Kagakukan Mae” Bus Stop
By car – 5 minutes west (towards downtown Kurume City) of the Kurume Interchange off the Kyushu Expressway
Times Available 9am – 5pm
Area Chikugo Area
Genre Zoo (Recreation)

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