Ohana Hanshu Summer House

This house, which was built as a summer home by the fourth lord of the Yanagawa clan, Akitora Tachibana, was renovated in the year 1908 (Meiji 41). Since the summer house’s nickname was Iris, now it is called as Ohana (flower). The Nationally designated scenic garden, Shotoen was created to mimic the Matsushima Islands. The Western style buildings and halls were built in the about 249,100-square-foot (23,140-square-meter) premises. In the Ohana Museum, swords (important cultural assets) and armor and belongings of the former lords like the first one, Muneshige Tachibana who is known as a valiant general are exhibited. Because of the recent feudal warlord boom in Japan, Muneshige has gained popularity once again, and many history and feudal warlord fans visit there.

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Address 832-0069 1 Shinhokamachi, Yanagawa City, Fukuoka
Contact Tel:0944-73-2189 
Fees Admission: Adults – 700 yen; High School Students – 400 yen; Elementary and Junior High School Students – 300 yen
and Holidays
Closed on Mondays with exception of the hotel and restaurant.
Parking Parking available(Yanagawa parking center)
Access Take a bus in the front of Nishitetsu Yanagawa on the Tenjin Omuta line and get off at Ohana-mae bus stop; a 3 minute walk from there
Times Available <Garden>


Area Chikugo Area
Genre Gardens and Buildings (History and Culture)

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