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All reviews island park ferry port minute bus ride quiet island flower beds full bloom entrance fee flowers blooming hakata station udon city life half day trip last stop nice view beautiful park rabbits field
We went there to celebrate our daughter’s 12th birthday, and for her, Nokonoshima was the best part of the trip!
It was a pleasant ferry ride from Meinohama port, with the cool breeze of spring. Very accessible from Hakata station, just take the Noko Tosenba...More
We took the bus from Hakata Station> 10min ferry to cross to the island > island bus to get to the park. Upon arrival, ¥1200per person (Adult) entrance fee.
It was a lovely walk through the cherry blossom trees, tulip garden, pine tress, and a...More
If you want to relax and have a little picnic, you can visit the park and just enjoy the beauty of nature.
Entrance fee is ¥1200. Ferry to the Island costs ¥230 and bus going up to the island park is another ¥230. Ferry going...More
This is a nice quiet island just off the shore of Fukuoka. If you are travelling from Hakata, you take bus 300, 301, 302 or 304 from Hakata bus stop A. This will take about 30 mins. Then you take a 10 min ferry to...More
While in Fukuoka I wanted to go to Nokonshima Island just to explore more of the city. Arriving here was easy, so don't let the fact that it is an island scare you away from visiting. Prior to coming, I researched how to get here....More
Decided to go Nokonoshima because my mum loves flower. Well, we were not disappointed. All of us enjoyed the morning on the island.
Nokonoshima island is pretty huge but people mainly go for just island park (where all the flowers are).
We drove to the...More
312 Bus from Hakata to the Meinohama Port and the hourly ferry for the ten minute cruise to the island and then the 20 minute bus ride to the Nokonoshima Island Park, not really worth the effort. It was quite underwhelming really.