Nakajima Park

Nakajima Park
Voice Guide of Spot Introduction
Page last updated: Oct, 18, 2019
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Peter von Gomm

Nakajima Park is a park created by the construction of a flood gate in 1874. It has been an open space holding events and exhibitions for the people of Sapporo ever since.. The park offers abundant greenery and nature for a relaxing stroll. There are some 43 varieties of trees scattered around the park, including some more than 100 years old There are many trees that reflect the imagery of Japan, including cherry blossom trees, ginkgo trees and maples that produce scenic autumn foliage. Enjoy walking along the iris pond at the center of the park and check the event listing for the concert hall “Kitara" located in the southwest area of the park. Here you canenjoy events and listen to music.

Information of Spot Detail


1 Nakajimakōen, Chuo, Sapporo, Hokkaido

Telephone Number

[Admission Office]011-511-3924

Spot Types





A short walk from Nakajimakōen Station on the Sapporo Municipal Subway Namboku Line
A short walk from Horohirabashi Station on the Sapporo Municipal Subway Namboku Line
A 3 minute walk from Nakajimakōendori Staion or Gyokeidori Station on the Sapporo Streetcar

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