A charming place surrounded by mountain ranges, flowing rivers, kind local people, delicious food and rich history.
The perfect getaway for every palate and in every season.
Chikuzen is part of the Asakura district, Fukuoka prefecture, in Kyushu island. Its creation dates back to 2005 when two old villages, Miwa and Yasu, fused to form a single place, and with a single population of 29,928 inhabitants.
Located in south central Fukuoka prefecture on Kyushu Island, the modern city of Asakura was established on March 20, 2006. It absorbed the city of Amagi and the town of Haki. Now, the total area is about 246.73 km².
The Toho Village is housed in the middle of a lush forest, about forty kilometers from Fukuoka, on the island of Kyushu. The village is a hotbed for traditional Japanese folklore and it does not seem to have known the twenty-first century which makes it a very unique place to visit and it has been a member of the most beautiful villages in japan association 2012.
Japan, like many other developed nations, has had to contend with the issue of traditional culture being lost amidst a…Read More