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Wakamatsu-ku (若松区?) is a ward of Kitakyūshū, Fukuoka, Japan. It has an area of 67.86 km² and a population of about 88,594 (national census, 2000). Important facilities include: Green Park, Ecotown recycling area, Gakuen Toshi academic area, and Hibiki container terminal (opened on April 1, 2005). A new underwater tunnel is being constructed in 2005-6 between Tobata and Wakamatsu wards to link the Hibiki container terminal with Kokura. Contents 1 Green Park 2 Wind Farm 3 Beaches 4 Culture 5 Photo gallery 6 External links Green Park Green Park is a large green area which includes a tropical house with rare plants, fish and birds; a herb garden; a rose garden (rare in Japan); a children's play area; a Japanese garden; a wallaby enclosure and boating facilities. It is not particularly well-known outside Kitakyushu. Sometimes indoor and open-air concerts are staged. There is also an observation tower. Wind Farm There is a wind farm on the coast, harnessing wind power for electricity. There is no particular controversy about the sightliness or otherwise of this wind farm, as in some other countries. It is far from scenic areas[citation needed], and on windy reclaimed land. Beaches The beaches are small but pleasant. A larger one is at Ashiya-machi to the West, beyond the city limits of Kitakyushu. Bathing is limited in Japan to the summer months. Culture The writer Hino Ashihei was born in Wakamatsu and his birthhouse can be visited. Photo gallery The rose garden at Green Park in late May 2003 Marigold beds at Green Park in mid-November 2004 Wakamatsu wind farm Iwaya beach, Wakamatsu External links [dead link]Wakamatsu ward office (Japanese) Green Park - Official Page (Japanese) [dead link]Kyushu Institute of Technology (KIT) Wakamatsu campus is in the Gakuen Toshi Academic zone. [dead link]Hino Ashihei [dead link]Live Webcam feed of a train prefecture in the Wakamatsu-ku ward of Kitakyushu. v · d · eFukuoka Prefecture Kitakyūshū Wards: Moji-ku | Wakamatsu-ku | Tobata-ku | Kokurakita-ku | Kokuraminami-ku | Yahatahigashi-ku | Yahatanishi-ku Fukuoka (capital city) Wards: Higashi-ku | Hakata-ku | Chūō-ku | Minami-ku | Nishi-ku | Jōnan-ku | Sawara-ku Cities Asakura | Buzen | Chikugo | Chikushino | Dazaifu | Fukuoka (capital) | Fukutsu | Iizuka | Itoshima | Kasuga | Kama | Kitakyūshū | Koga | Kurume | Miyama | Miyawaka | Munakata | Nakama | Nōgata | Ogōri | Ōkawa | Ōmuta | Ōnojō | Tagawa | Ukiha | Yame | Yanagawa | Yukuhashi Districts Asakura | Chikujō | Chikushi | Kaho | Kasuya | Kurate | Mii | Miyako | Mizuma | Onga | Tagawa | Yame See also: Towns and villages by district Coordinates: 33°54′20″N 130°48′40″E / 33.90556°N 130.81111°E / 33.90556; 130.81111 This Fukuoka Prefecture location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e