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We just returned from a wonderful short trip to Sapporo, and my family agreed that this was our favorite place to visit. The park is a great place for a quiet walk, or to make snowballs or snowmen. We brought snacks from Family Mart and...More
This park is nice to visit if you live in Sapporo. You can stroll around for hours, and take a break from the city. Not sure if it's that interesting for tourists though.
Especially nice in fall when the leaves turn red!
Nice garden with beautiful colours. This place is nice to walk around, and one can easily spend 1-2hrs strolling and taking photos. The Ginko trees are blooming with yellow leaves and they are so beautiful in Autumn. Then there are the Weeping Willows, and mapples...More
We had the privilege to visit this park in early November when the leaves are changing their colours. We took a lovely stroll in this park which was located just 5 minutes from our hotel. Access to this park is easy from other places since...More
We instantly love this park because it has playground for kids near the entrance.
Exit #3 Nakajima Koen station lead us directly to the park, greeted by the amazing Golden Ginkgo.
It also has somewhat like Children Center building, which houses lots of toys to...More
Nakajima Park is a beautiful place in every every season. Hokkaido has four distinct seasons. When we visited in autumn (fall) the leaves were changing colors, making a pretty scene. Many of the trees look beautiful in the winter snow. The park contains a large...More
There are so many parks in Sapporo where you can enjoy the countries four seasons ( winter, spring, summer and fall) and one of which is Nakajima park, and fortunate for me coz it’s just a minute away from the place i always used to...More