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"In Honor of Fuzhou City"

The Ryukyu Kingdom takes much of its cultural heritage from China, and as such, Fukushuku-En Park was completed in 1992 to honor sister city relations with Fuzhou City. Traditional Chinese pagodas and tea pavilions are located throughout the park, making for a lovely and scenic day out. Visitors can also buy fish food from the vending machines to feed the fish in the ponds. The park is closed on Wednesdays.
2-29 Kume, Naha City, Japan, 900-0033
Today: 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM Closed Now
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Monday to Tuesday 09:00 AM to 06:00 PM
Thursday to Sunday 09:00 AM to 06:00 PM
"In Honor of Fuzhou City"
The Ryukyu Kingdom takes much of its cultural heritage from China, and as such, Fukushuku-En Park was completed in 1992 to honor sister city relations with Fuzhou City. Traditional Chinese pagodas and tea pavilions are located throughout the park, making for a lovely and scenic day out. Visitors can also buy fish food from the vending machines to feed the fish in the ponds. The park is closed on Wednesdays.
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