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Located near Fukuoka's city center, this is one of Japan's greatest water-feature parks, with a total area of 39.8 hectares (98.3 acres) containing a pond 22.6 hectares (55.8 acres) in size. The park includes a 2 km walking path encircling the pond, a forest reserve for wild birds, a Noh theatre, a Japanese garden, a boathouse, and a chain of central islands joined by four bridges that feature an ukimi-do (a pavilion for watching the moon on the water at night). It's also well known for hosting the city's summertime fireworks festival.
Ohori Park, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka, Fukuoka
Free admission (Japanese garden: general admission JPY 240, children JPY 120)
9:00 to 17:00
About a 5-minute walk from the “Ohori Koen” bus stop, a 10-minute bus ride from Hakata Station, JR/Fukuoka City Subway
About a 5-minute drive from the Nishi Koen (“Nishi Park”) exit of the Fukuoka Urban Expressway
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