Having been to many parks in Japanese cities, my family and I were very impressed by Fukuoka’s Nishi Park. The park area is large and the greening is very good, like a natural oxygen bar, the green eyes are very pleasing to the eye. There are many local citizens who come to exercise and run. Japan’s national fitness and healthy lifestyle habits are very good, and it is worth learning from the Chinese. There are also colorful historical sites in West Park, which is a paradise for lovers of Japanese history and culture.
This park is a famous cherry blossom viewing spot. There are many cherry blossom trees in it🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸
The only place in Fukuoka City selected as one of Japan's top 100 sacred spots for cherry blossom viewing, the park is built on a small hill. The one that attracted me the most was Sakura Valley. It's a pity that when we went there was not yet full blooming season, but the cherry blossoms here were already beautiful. The most important thing is that there are not many tourists here, so it is very suitable for slowly enjoying.
In addition to being a famous cherry blossom viewing spot in Fukuoka West Park, there are many precious historical sites in the park. Tourists who like this information can look for it slowly. Japanese culture is reflected in these historical landscapes. West Park not only has first-class natural landscapes, but also has a very good cultural atmosphere.
The West Park is a free park in Fukuoka City. The West Park has a large area, a quiet and beautiful environment, many trees, and good greenery. Many local citizens relax and exercise here, and many foreign tourists come here to admire the beauty. The scenery of Kitakyushu.