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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
Nakajima Park is great for those who love photography! It is also very quiet calm and peaceful for those who just need to escape the buzzing city around, take a bike ride around the park or go for a run over the bridges, eat some...More
I visited this park during the late summer. Since it was nearby to the place I was staying at, I came to this park a couple of times to jog. This park is gorgeous and perfect for joggers or even for a morning or afternoon...More
When Cherry Blossom season come to Hokkaido then this park is one of the best place to enjoy because of the following reason :
1. Nice cherry blossom trees, also has nice japanese garden inside (free entrance)
2. entrance of the park is just beside...More
June was a bad time simply because there isn't much blooming in the park. Didn't help that it was gloomy and dark when we were there.
The plus point is the huge playground with 3 slides, swings and see saw. Brought the little nephew there...More
This was a very enjoyable park. We happened to be in Sapporo when the cherry blossoms came out, and Nakajima Park was one area where you could stroll peacefully and enjoy the scenery as well as the calm. It's not a huge park like NY's...More
We are looking forward to view the Shrine Festival on 15th June 2018 and due to the timing and went to the wrong park - sort like chasing the wrong dragon, we arrived late and the parade was over, but we do have the chance...More