~The largest artificial sea of clouds in Kyushu.

The Ohori Park Japanese Garden was designed by Nakane Fusekaku, famous for designing the gardens at the Atfoot Museum of Art in Shimane Prefecture and Nijo Castle in Kyoto Prefecture. The garden will be the stage for Kyushu's largest artificial sea of clouds, produced by world-renowned garden designer Kazuyuki Ishihara, which will create a fantastic space and a mystical world floating on the surface of the lake.
In addition, visitors can enjoy a different kind of Japanese garden with projection mapping in the Karesansui (dry landscape garden) area and the lighting up of the Japanese pines.

Also, for a limited time only, "Ohiru no Ohori Unkai" is being held. The sight of the entire upper pond in the garden being covered in fog is breathtaking!
If it is noon, the view from the slightly elevated pavilions (2 locations) is recommended; the sea of clouds appears every 30 minutes from 9:30 to 16:30. You can enjoy the different aspects of the Ohori Sea of Clouds at noon and night. Please come and see the spectacular view created by the fusion of traditional gardens and current technology.

You can enter "Ohori Sea of Clouds at noon" for the regular fee of the Japanese Garden.

Basic Information

Address (Japanese) 福岡県福岡市中央区大濠公園1番7号 大濠公園日本庭園
Address Ohori Park Japanese Garden, 1-7 Ohori Koen, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City, Fukuoka
Contact Ohori-Nishi Park Management Office [TEL] 092-741-2004/Reception 8:30-17:30
Japanese Garden Management Office 【TEL】092-741-8337/Reception 17:30-20:30
MAIL: info@ohorikouen.jp
Event Days Thursday, December 21 - Thursday, December 28, 2023
January 5 (Friday) - February 18 (Sunday), 2024
Open 17:30 - 21:00 (last admission at 20:30)
Price Admission: High school students and older: 1,000 yen (tax included), elementary and junior high school students: 500 yen (tax included), preschool children: free
Admission discount is not available for the "Ohori Sea of Clouds" event.
Car Park Please use the nearby toll parking lot.
Access 10 minutes walk from Subway Ohori Koen Station
5 min. walk from Nishitetsu Bus "Fukuoka Castle and NHK Broadcasting Center Entrance".
Website https://www.ohoriteien.jp/
Remarks *The park may be closed due to rain or other reasons.
*Please call to confirm if you are unsure.

*Information on facilities is subject to change. Please check each official website for the latest information.


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