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Fukushu En Park was built as the tenth anniversary of our friendship with Fuzhou City of China and the seventieth anniversary commemorative project of Naha municipal city government. It was completed in September 1992 and is 8,500 square meters in...more
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Easy 10 minute walk from Naha cruise terminal, right off the main street, and only 200 yen (less than $2) admission fee, but so worth it.
Easy walking path around the whole park and so much beauty to take in, only treacherous walk is up...More
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 granite statues everywhere, a waterfall, a granite pagoda, caves, a koi...More
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 for everybody (we did make use of this,...More
This gardens was so beautiful although flowers and trees were not in bloom. I can only imagine what it is like otherwise. There were enough other buildings to occupy our time and we were able to take some very nice pictures.
Though quite petite this is a delightful place to visit. It is an easy 10-minute walk from the monorail. Adults are Y200 with kids under 7 free of charge. You can also purchase a bag of fish food for Y100. There are many eager mouths...More
Typical, Japanese style garden with small entry fee of 200 jen per person. Few pavilions allow to sit down and enjoy the shade and garden itself. There’s small pond with lots of fish ant turtles, fish food is sold form vending machine to feed them...More
This beautifully landscaped Japanese garden was opened in 1992 and symbolizes the friendship between Naha City and their Chinese sister city, Fuzhou City. Much of the design and materials were ordered from the sister city of Fuzhou, in collaboration with Okinawan landscape architects, so the...More
It's a beautiful place to relax and walk about. Very Chinese, of course. There are bridges, pavilions, pagodas, moon-gates. My favourite bridge was the one with the Chinese zodiac animals. Lovely trees, especially the willows and the bamboo plants, sway gently in the breeze. Turtles...More