Yusen-tei Garden

Travel Guide - Yusen-tei Garden

Information

Yusen-tei Garden was originally built in 1754 as a villa for a feudal lord Kuroda Tsugutaka.
Then the garden was rebuilt into a classic Japanese-style garden and opened to the public.
Visitors can enjoy a great view of the garden from a large hall of the main building constructed in the early Showa period (1926 - 1989).
Visitors can also visit the two tea ceremony rooms in the garden and taste Matcha green tea with Japanese traditional confectionery.

Opening Hours

  • 9:00 - 17:00

Closed

  • Mondays (or the following day when it falls on a national holiday)
  • December 29 - January 1

Access / Public Transport

  • 35 minutes from JR Hakata Station by the #12 bus. Get off at Yusen-tei Bus stop.
  • 35 minutes from JR Hakata Station by the #13, 16, 54, 96, or 113 bus. Get off at Yusen Chugakko-mae Bus stop, then walk 10 minutes.
  • 25 minutes walk from Ropponmatsu Station on the Fukuoka City Subway Nanakuma Line (N11)

Address / Location

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Tweets

NILS @NILS_Japan - 2015-05-29
The Yusentei Park is a traditional Japanese garden/park. It has a big pond with Kois in it. We got to feed them... http://t.co/a78KWZfiwp