Koreyoshi Takatori, a coal mine millionaire from the Taku Area, built Seikei Park and donated it to the municipality. Cherry blossoms in spring and autumn leaves in fall decorate the park and attract many tourists. Kanoutei (public hall), which is designated as a tangible cultural property by the national government and two museums themed on the local history and culture are located in the park.
|Address||1975-1, Taku-machi, Taku City (多久市多久町1975-1)|
|Official Name||Seikei Park / Folk Museum
Year End and New Year's Holidays (Dec 25th thru 31st / Jan 1st thru 5th)
|Opening Hours||(Museum) 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM|
|Access||- 10 Min. by Taxi from Taku Station of JR Karatsu Line
- 15 Min. Drive from Taku Interchange of Nagasaki Expressway
|Parking Availability||Free Parking Available for 30 Cars|
|Cell Phone Battery Charging||Unavailable|
|Estimated Time to Enjoy||30 Minutes to 1 Hour|
|Tobacco||Only in Designate Area|
|Foreign Language Support||Multilingual Brochures Available (English/Chinese/Korean)
Official Website with Tourist Information of Taku City http://taku-navi.com/
|Notes||Contact the Office of City Development Division, Taku City (0952-75-4827) for general inquiries.
Contact Nishi Kyushu Kensetsu Co., Ltd. (0952-74-3591) for inquiries about the permission for sales, event use, photography and others.
Museum of Local History and Culture
Contact the City Development Division for inquiries about the park and contact the lifetime education division for the museum.
|MAPCODE||104 625 418*04|