Uminonakamichi Seaside Park

Uminonakamichi Seaside Park
Voice Guide of Spot Introduction
Page last updated: Nov, 09, 2018
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Jason Surguine
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Uminonakamichi Seaside Park is a large national park surrounded by Hakata Bay and Genkai Sea.
The site is approximately 300 hectares, which is the same area as 64 Tokyo Domes.

In the park, you can enjoy a Flower Picnic, famous Japanese gourmet from C-1 CUP in UMINAKA, a BBQ Lecture, a canoe experience, and much more while viewing seasonal flowers throughout the year.

In 2018, a new baby sheep was added to the Animal Forest for the first time in 6 years and has become very popular.
The Animal Forest is already very popular with children, where they can enjoy petting and feeding animals including: squirrels monkeys, capibaras, and kangaroos.
In addition, you can enjoy cycling and a pool with the exciting Dragon Water Slide.
Also, you can silently experience the stunning view of "Umi No Matsubara" from the observation platform.
People all ages will be satisfied with the Uminonakamichi Seaside Park.

Information of Spot Detail
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〒811-0321

18-25, Oaza Saitozaki, Higashi-ku, Fukuoka-Shi, Fukuoka

Telephone Number

092-603-1111

Spot Types

Parks/Gardens, Zoos, Safari parks

Business Hours

Mar. 1st - Oct. 31: 9:30 to 17:30
Nov. 1st - the end of Feb.: 9:30 to 17:00

Regular Holiday

New Year holidays,The 1st Monday and the next day of February

Fee

Adults 450yen, Middle School Students and younger Free

Transportaion

A short walk from JR Uminonakamichi or Saitozaki Station

Official Homepage

https://uminaka-park.jp/

※The written notice and information on this page are as of the date of publication. Please refer or confirm the latest information of each spot on individual introduced website.

Prefecture

Aomori Iwate Miyagi Akita Yamagata Fukushima
Niigata Toyama Ishikawa Fukui Yamanashi Nagano
Shiga Kyoto Osaka Hyogo Nara Wakayama
Tottori Shimane Okayama Hiroshima Yamaguchi
Tokushima Kagawa Ehime Kochi
Fukuoka Saga Nagasaki Kumamoto Oita Miyazaki Kagoshima