Tenjin Chūō-kōen

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Tenjin Chūō-kōen information

Fukuoka , Japan
Getting there
Train: Nakasu-Kawabata or Tenjin
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Some attractive historic Western architecture populates this park by City Hall, most notably the French Renaissance–styled Former Prefectural Hall & Official Guest House , dating from 1910 and including a cafe. A couple of blocks north, the copper-turreted Akarenga Bunka-kan was built in 1909 by the same architect who designed Tokyo Station, and now hosts simple historical exhibits.