A Japanese-style park where you can enjoy the waterside
Nakamura Park was established based on the Hokoku Shrine, which was established in 1885 to celebrate the birth of Taiko (imperial advisor) Toyotomi Hideyoshi. The park contains a Japanese style garden with a path around a central pond, mounds and trees. The park also has the Toin Tea Room, which is a fragrance garden and is known as a scenic spot for wisteria. In addition, there are Nakamura Park Culture Plaza, containing the Nagoya Hideyoshi & Kiyomasa Memorial Museum, which introduces Hideyoshi and Kato Kiyomasa, a warlord born in the Owari district, and the era in which they were actively involved; Nakamura Shogekijo (little theater); and Nakamura Library. The Taiko Festival is held at Hokoku Shrine on May 18 annually.
Nakamura-cho, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya
|TEL||+81-52-411-8106(Inquiries in English not accepted)|
|Opening Hours||Open for visitors at any time|
|Regular Holiday||Open every day (Park office is closed over year-end and New Year's [December 29 to January 3])|
|Parking||Passenger car parking available (undergoing maintenance)|