Kyushu Ryukoku Junior College
Yasushi Hashimoto (since March 2007)
Tosu, Saga Wikipedia
Tosu (鳥栖市, Tosu-shi) is a city located in the eastern part of Saga Prefecture on the island of Kyushu, Japan.
As of February 28, 2017, the city has an estimated population of 72,755 and a population density of 1,000 persons per km2. The total area is 71.73 km2.
Tosu is one of the major transportation hubs of Kyushu. Its main train station is Tosu Station which connects the Nagasaki Main Line and the Kagoshima Main Line. There is also a junction connecting the Kyūshū Expressway, Nagasaki Expressway and Ōita Expressway. Economically it is part of the Fukuoka metropolitan area, and according to a 2000 census about 5% of the total population of Tosu commute to work or school in Fukuoka.
Located in the Saga Plains, the Chikushi River runs along the southern border of Tosu. The lowlands are used for paddy farming and are where the city center is located. The northwestern part of the city contains the eastern part of the Sefuri Mountaians.Mount Kusenbu (848 m)
Mount Ishidani (754 m)
Shiroyama (501 m)
1874 - Saga Rebellion. A battle between the government troops and the rebel army occurred on Mount Asahi.
1889-04-01 - The modern municipal system iwas established. At this time Tosu consists of five separate villages: (Asahi, Fumoto, Kizato, Tashiro and Todoroki).
1907-03-19 - Todoroki was elevated town status and was renamed Tosu.
1936-03-11 - Tashiro was elevated to town status.
1954-04-01 - Tosu Town absorbed Tashiro Town and Asahi, Fumoto and Kizato Villages to create Tosu City.
Kyushu Ryukoku Junior College
Tosu Senior High School
Tosu Technical High School
Tosu Commercial High School
Kounan Junior High School
Tosu Junior High School
Tosu Nishi Junior High School
Tashiro Junior High School
Kizato Junior High School
Tosu Elementary School
Tosu Kita Elementary School
Tashiro Elementary School
Kizato Elementary School
Fumoto Elementary School
Asahi Elementary School
Wakaba Elementary School
The main station is Tosu Station. The Kyushu Shinkansen stops at Shin-Tosu Station.Kyushu Shinkansen
Kagoshima Main Line
Yayoigaoka Station - Tashiro Station - Tosu Station - Hizen-Asahi Station
Nagasaki Main Line
Tosu Station - Shin-Tosu Station - Hizen-Fumoto Station
Kyushu Expressway: Tosu Junction and Tosu Interchange
Nagasaki Expressway: Tosu Junction and Tosu Interchange
Ōita Expressway: Tosu Junction
Tosu-Asakura Route 14
Kurume-Kiyama-Chikushino Route 17
Saga-Kawakubo-Tosu Route 31
Chikushi family Katsuo Castle ruins
Mount Asahi castle ruins
Kawachi Dam area
Torigoe and Yamabiko mountain retreats
Shimin no mori
Kawachi swimming pool
Mount Asahi Park
Kyushu Nature Walk
Nakatomi Commemorative Medicine Museum
Numakawa swimming pool
Tosu Premium Outlets
Tosu Yayoi Matsuri (last Sunday of March)
Hana no hi (May 4)
Tori no hi (Sunday between May 10 and May 16)
Matsuri Tosu (last Sunday of July)
Tosu Yamakasa (first Saturday and Sunday of summer vacation)
Doyō Yoichi (Saturday night market, end of July)
Sagan Tosu - in J. League football
Hisamitsu Springs - in V. League volleyball
Yuka Kobayashi - in Girls Keirin keirin
Koichi Ogata - pro baseball player
Masayoshi Son - businessman, founder of SoftBank