Cherry Blossoms at Nishi Park

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When Nishi Park was established in 1881, the cityscape planners made use of the natural hills, views, and valleys of Fukuoka. And, because Nishi Park is located in the center of Fukuoka City, visitors can enjoy the “borrowed scenery” of Fukuoka City, Hakata Bay, and Shikanoshima Island as well in the background.  The large park is home to cherry trees, azaleas, and other plants in additional to the natural trees of the area, which includes pine, beech, and evergreen oak. In the spring, close to 1,300 cherry trees bloom, and the park has therefore been chosen as one of the Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom Viewing Sites.

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Cherry Blossoms at Nishi Park

Nishikoen, Chuo Ward, Fukuoka, Fukuoka Prefecture 810-0061, Japan

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