Ohori Park Japanese Garden

Ohori Park Japanese Garden

Take a look into a traditional Japanese Garden! Located inside Ohori Park, it is truly a sight to see. Such a beautiful garden 🙂 For more information and to see more of the photos I took – click the ream more button below.

How to get to Ohori Park Japanese Garden?

Address: 1-7 Ohorikoen, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City 810-0051
Telephone: 092-741-8377

Ohori Park Japanese Garden is located, well, inside Ohori Park. Haha. If you missed my blog about it, you can check it out here.

From Hakata Station, take a train to Ohori Koen Subway Station.
Take Exit 3, walk straight then turn left.
Duration: 10 minutes | Cost: 260 yen (around Php 123)

Ohori Park Japanese Garden
Kabuki-mon (Roofed gate)
Entrance to the Ohori Park Japanese Garden

Opening Hours

Open: 9am to 5pm (Last entry 4:45pm)
*June, July and August: 9am to 6pm (Last entry 4:45pm)

Closed: Every Monday and December 29 – January 3

Admission Rates


Adult240 yen
Children120 yen


Adult190 yen
Children95 yen

*Groups at 30 people or more
*Child – less than 15 years old
*Free admission for: 6 years old below, 65 years old above, PWD

This garden was created in 1984 to commenmorate the 50th anniversary of Ohori Park. It has a central pond (which you can see in the photos above and below) and artificial hills and forests. It’s about 12,000 square meters!

You can also buy some fish food and feed the kois in the large pond! Love seeing all this greenery. So beautiful!

Teahouse and Tea Ceremony Building

There is also a teahouse you can visit and also attend a traditional tea ceremony, but it is through reservation only. Admission is also free on the first and third Tuesday of every month! For more information on this you can check out there website here.

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Ohori Park Japanese Garden

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