Fugan Canal Kansui Park Travel Guide

Fugan Canal Kansui Park
A wide, open city park looking out onto clam blue waters — this is one of the best picnic spots in all of Toyama.

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TOYAMA

La Chance

Enjoy Michelin-starred French cuisine at this popular wedding venue, which is at a spectacular location overlooking Kansui Park!
Lunch: ¥3,800-8,000
Dinner: ¥5,800-10,000
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TOYAMA

Takano

The Osaka essence emanates from this highly-regarded tempura restaurant and onto the streets of Toyama.
Lunch: ¥10,000-14,999
Dinner: ¥10,000-14,999
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TOYAMA

Fukuya

Enjoy the natural splendor of Toyama served to you with the highest level of class.
Dinner: ¥10,000-14,999
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TOYAMA

Standing Sushi Jinjin

Sake is Toyama, champagne is Krug and sushi is Tokyo — chef-owner Izumi Kimura’s upscale standing sushi bar packs a punch in the coastal city.
Lunch: ¥5,000-10,000
Dinner: ¥10,000-15,000

For a peaceful day out spent walking along the waterfront, head to this park located in Toyama City. The wide open green spaces make for some perfect picnic spots, which is why you’ll usually see a lot of locals descend upon here during cherry blossom season.

The park is located by the side of the Fugan Canal, a local landmark which was built in the first half of the 20th century to prevent flooding from the river. The park was established in the 80s as part of a redevelopment effort, and is now one of the nicest green spots in the city.

From here, you can head out on canal cruises down to the Nakajima Lock water elevator, and the historic Iwase district of the city. If you feel in the mood for a coffee, the park also houses an ultra-stylish Starbucks building, with giant windows looking out over the water.

Those visiting during summer should also check out the firework displays held here. This Japanese summertime tradition is a great way to spend the evening, with your mat spread out on the grass and a glass or two of sake in hand.

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