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Ohori Park

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A water park modeled after West Lake in China, designed with the inlet of Hakata Bay used for the outer moat of Fukuoka Castle. There is a walking path around the circumference of the pond that is about 2 km long and is popular for jogging, cycling, taking in flowers and the seasonal scenery, and boating. Being close to the city center makes it a place to relax for citizens.

Street address

1-2 Ohori Koen, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City

Access

Route1

  • 7 minutes by foot from the Ohorikoen or Tojinmachi subway stations

Route2

  • 5 minutes by foot from the Nishitetsu Bus Kuromon bus stop,
    5 minutes by foot from the Nishitetsu Bus Ohorikoen bus stop

Opening Hours

Closed

Website

https://www.ohorikouen.jp/en/

Best season

All year

Point

・Because the Fukuoka Art Museum in the park just completed a renovation and reopened in March 2019, it is a good idea to drop by and see it.

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