Nishi Park

The park where Nishikoen is in Chuo-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka. It was called “Mt. Aratsu” before.

It was maintained as a natural hill and a park using a ravine in 1881. You can get a bird’s-eye view of in Fukuoka-shi, Hakata-wan and Shikanoshima at hills of about 170,000 square meters of area which projects into Hakata-wan.

There are about 3000 cherry trees and it’s selected in 100 elections of Japan cherry tree famous place. The autumnal tints of the maple and the gingko can be enjoyed in autumn.

Address: Nishikoen, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka (GoogleMap)

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West Park

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West Park 33.598593, 130.375752 West Park

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Fukuoka

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Dazaifu Tenman-gu: 33.521817, 130.535944
Mojiko Retro: 33.948621, 130.963521
Marine World Uminonakamichi: 33.660851, 130.363413
Taishojin Park: 33.604214, 130.680628
Hakata Daruma: 33.585175, 130.406015
Kokura Castle: 33.884434, 130.874266
Ride down the waterway - Yanagawa: 33.158961, 130.397753
Nokonoshima Islandpark: 33.631549, 130.301794
Motsukou: 33.598293, 130.408379
Hakata Gion Yamakasa: 33.593312, 130.411164
West Park: 33.598593, 130.375752
Hishino three-stranded water mill: 33.371866, 130.742567
Hakata Station: 33.590002, 130.420622
Fukuoka city office: 33.590393, 130.401695
Kawachi Fujien: 33.831316, 130.792686
Takato-yama Park: 33.903552, 130.798853