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Fukushu-en garden福州園

Botanical Garden

Located around seven minutes’ walk from the Prefectural Office Station on the Okinawa Urban Monorail (Yuirail) line, Fukushu-en is a Chinese-style garden that was created to mark the 10th anniversary of the establishment of “sister-city” relations between Fuzhou City in China and Naha City, and the 70th anniversary of the establishment of Naha City Government; it reflects the fact that Chinese culture exerted a considerable influence on Ryukyuan culture in the past. The verdant garden is divided into three sections—Ming, Wen, and Hua—and is filled with beautiful seasonal flowers throughout the year. The large pond in the center of the garden features a waterfall that creates a cooling ambience.

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place Okinawa Pref. Nahashi Kume 2-29-19
phone 0988695384

Review of Fukushu-en Garden

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Reviewed:2018/11/25 A Great Little Garden To Visit On Your Way To The City Center
We walked toward downtown Naha from the cruise terminal, heading for Fukushuen Garden. For a 200 YEN entry fee you got to wander the grounds of a very serene and incredibly artistic garden with...
Reviewed:2018/11/15 Lovely little quiet garden in the city
We went here early November in the late afternoon, and we surprised by the lack of people. The entry fee was 200 yen, and immediately at the counter a large pump with bug repellent gel was available...
Reviewed:2018/11/07 One of the best place to visit in Okinawa
This is one of the best gardenes in Okinawa.
its situated near to Naha City. A great place to relax and for photo shoots too. entrance fee is very low.



Okinawa Pref. Nahashi Kume 2-29-19 [map]



9:00-18:00 (admission Deadline 17:30)
Wednesday (The next day for Public holiday)
Adults 200 yen, Children (Junior High School Students or less) 100 yen

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN


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