Mt. Tonbo’s Mutual Love Cherry Blossoms

The blossoms of these two mountain cherries appear like hands joined together, and so they are called the ”Mutual Love Cherry Blossoms.” The larger tree has a trunk circumference of 3.65m, height of 18m, and is estimated to be 250 years old. The smaller of the trees has a 2m trunk circumference, and is estimated to be 100 years old. There is a space of 17m between them, but when their flowers bloom they appear like hands joined together in the sky, which is why the locals call them the ”Mutual Love Cherry Blossoms.” They are surrounded by an evergreen forest with Japanese oaks, Japanese stone oaks, camellias, and sawtooth oaks. A few years ago, the ”Mutual Love Cherry Blossoms” Cherry Lovers’ Society was formed, which puts together flower viewing tours a few times per year.

Late March – Mid-April

Address The northwest of Mt.Tonbo, Nijoshikaka, Itoshima
Contact Tel:092-326-5336 
Gallery Juan (”Mutual Love Cherry Blossoms” Cherry Lovers’ Society Business Office/Nagaoka)
Parking 20 parking spaces at ”Gallery Juan”
Access 1) JR Chikuhi Line 120 minute walk from Fukuyoshi Station
2) JR Chikuhi Line 3 minutes by car from Shikaka Station
Area Fukuoka Area
Genre Shrines and Temples (History and Culture) Cherry Blossoms (Flowers and Plants)

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