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Yusentei is a traditional Japanese garden in Fukuoka. It is said that the garden was once ten times bigger than now. Because it is not center of the city, it is not crowded, and you can enjoy a peaceful ambiance. The entrance is $2, and...More
A little gem of a traditional Japanese garden in the middle of suburban Fukuoka. The city has grown around this 250 year old park. The centrepiece is a pond with beautiful self contained views, particularly striking in autumn colours. The best way to get the...More
We have visited many other parks / gardens around Japan and would rate the Yusentei Park as average, at best. The size of the park is surprisingly small considering the entrance fee of ¥200. I would recommend only if you have spare time and you...More
We visited Yusentei Park for a few hours in the afternoon. There is a Japanese house that serves Macca and rice sweets in the traditional way. It is a lovely spot to sit and quietly catch up with friends or take in the tranquility of...More
Entry is 200yen to walk around d the gardens ; there is beautiful scenery, bonsai trees, a waterfall and koi pond.
You can also pay 300yen for a coffee or matcha tea to drink in the tea house overlooking the garden. This place is super...More
We visited Yusentei Park on a weekday and were delighted to share the space with a group of beautiful ladies clad in kimono. The park was built in 1754 for the original purpose of a second home for Kuroda Tsugutaka, the 6th lord of Fukuoka....More
We were delighted to catch the full autumn splendour so late in the year. The park is not large but the gardens were soooo beautiful in autumn with its different coloured trees. The tea house offered such a breathtaking view of the garden n the...More