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Jofuku Park, Shingu

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • If you happen to be nearby do pop in this pretty park in Chinese (not Japanese) style. It's small so 20-30 minutes should be enough. The front gate makes for lovely colorful pictures for your album!  more »
  • I have to be honest I just tripped over this site while waiting at the bus station. I was impressed and surprised with the style, which has the exuberance so common in Chinese temples but rather rare ...  more »
  • ...because it's right across the street from the train station! Jofuku Park is named for Master Jofuku, who came to Japan from China looking for the answer to immortality. He found a plant that he bel...  more »
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  • Close to the train station, walking distance. There is also parking. Next to the Orange stand and sell soft serve ice cream in a shop. It is good to take a break.
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  • Shingu Station because is can be visited on a train journey. Located near the Orange shop, so could buy local oranges. The land of the perpetual youth and longevity and Xu Fu and Shingu. It was a memorable place.
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  • Visit because there is room in the transit time. As it stands is a Chinese feeling, or rather exotic, Park.
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  • Incense house sitting on the bench of Xu Fu Park train transit time, I just bought one, Bell tempered ate silently. Later, knowing that new Government is this close, did not stop cold tears with remorse.
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  • Mao's Gate, but once inside anything Japanese-ish.
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