Fukushu-en Garden

Art & Architecture History

Only 15 minutes by car from Naha Airport, Fukushu-en Garden was constructed in 1992 as a celebration of the sister city relationship between Naha and Fuzhou, China. The garden is located in Kume, which functioned as a center for Chinese culture and learning during the Ryukyu Kingdom. The garden itself utilizes elements of traditional Chinese gardens and architecture, and it is made almost entirely of wood and stone from Fuzhou. Within the garden, a Chinese-style pavilion offers a stunning view from one of two high points, several bridges span a pond that is home to turtles and koi fish, and there is even a waterfall. There are also a number of sculptures, bells, and wood and stone inscriptions, as well as a variety of trees native to the Ryukyu Islands and Taiwan. A calming place of nature and culture, stop by to experience a piece of China during a trip to Naha.

Photograph provided by Okinawa Convention&Visitors Bureau

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Telephone Number
Postal code
2-29-19, Kume, Naha City, Okinawa
沖縄県那覇市久米2-29-19 福州園
Method of payment
Recommended season
January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Business Hours
: 09:00~18:00

Final admission 30 minutes before closing.

If Wednesday is a public holiday, the facility will be closed the following day instead.

Regular Holiday
Admisson Fee
JPY200 / Adult, JPY100 / Child

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