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Fukuoka, 19 Jul.

Ohori Park

Ohori Park Ohori Park Photo courtesy of Fukuoka City Ohori Park Photo courtesy of Fukuoka City

The name “Ōhori” means large trench and it derives from the fact that Kuroda Nagamasa, the old lord of Fukuoka, reclaimed the land which was facing Hakata Bay, and built it as a trench for Fukuoka Castle. The present park was re-constructed by Fukuoka City Officials and reopened in 1929. This park is one of the most beautiful parks in Japan and loved by local people as a relaxation spot. A huge summer festival is held here in which fireworks dot the sky.

Fukuoka City Guide Yokanavi

Tokyo (Narita) to Ohori Park, Fukuoka

  1. Narita Airport

    2h

    From 4,800 yen

  2. Fukuoka Airport

    15 min

    300 yen

  3. Ohorikoen Station

    • Walk

    5 min

  4. Ohori Park

    Ohori Koen, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture

    Free

All listed travel times and costs are approximate.