Nishi Park西公園

As the only one spot chosen as Japan’s top 100 cherry blossom viewing sights in Fukuoka Prefecture, hilly Nishi Park is home to 1,300 cherry trees. The best place to enjoy sakura is Cherry Blossom Valley. Nishi Park is also a ideal location to overlook Fukuoka city, Hakata Bay, and Shikanoshima Island from the three observation platforms of the park.

Admission: free of charge

Number of sakura trees: 1,300

The age of trees:

Variety: Yoshino cherry and Yoko cherry

2019/2020 Cherry Blossom Viewing Dates at Nishi Park

Cherry blossom viewing period: late March to early April

Best time to view in 2019: late March to early April

Best time to view in 2020 (estimated): late March to early April

Light-up:

Cherry blossom festival in 2019: not available

How to visit

Access: A 5-minute walk from Arato 2-chome bus stop; A 15-minute walk from Ohorikoen Station
Address: 1-2 Ohorikoen, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka
Japanese address: 福岡県福岡市中央区西公園