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[Nationwide ]Spring is the time to go! 10 recommendations for flower gardens with spectacular views

[Nationwide ]Spring is the time to go! 10 recommendations for flower gardens with spectacular views


The sun is getting warmer and it feels like spring. It is the season for beautiful flowers to sprout after the cold winter. In Japan, which has four distinct seasons, there are many places where you can see beautiful flower gardens. Here are 10 beautiful flower gardens in Japan that you should visit at least once.

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Hokkaido Farm Tomita

Located in Furano, in the middle of Hokkaido, "Farm Tomita "is famous for its lavender fields. However, you can see many other kinds of flowers besides lavender. As soon as you enter the entrance, you will be greeted by "Hanabito no Hatake ". Red violas and orange marigolds are in bloom, and beyond them you can see the lavender field. "It is a spectacular view that only Farm Tomita "can offer.
As you proceed to the back of the property, you will see "Farm Tomita "representing "the Field of Colors ". Colorful flowers such as lavender, white cassia, red poppies, and pink komachi grass are spread all over the field. It is a must-see when visiting Furano. "Farm Tomita "also has spots where you can enjoy the fragrance of flowers such as "Potpourri House "and "Perfume House ". Feel the spring flowers with all your senses.

Location: 15 Kisen Kita, Nakafurano-machi, Kochi-gun, Hokkaido
Opening hours: 10:00-16:30 (varies according to the season)

Miyagi National Michinoku Morino Kohan Park

"Michinoku Morino Lakeside Park "is a Western-style garden with a fountain and beautifully landscaped flower gardens. The first flowers are daffodils, followed by 1,400 cherry trees, 100,000 tulips, and rape blossoms. The park also has a tranquil "flower garden "and "water lily pond ".
You can also enjoy outdoor activities. You can enjoy kayaking on a pond surrounded by flowers, or camping while viewing the majestic Zao mountain range and beautiful flower fields, and spend the entire day surrounded by colorful flowers.

Location: 53-9, Nihonmatsu, Oaza Oono, Kawasaki-cho, Shibata-gun, Miyagi Prefecture
Admission: Adults (15 years and older) 450 yen / Free for junior high school students and younger
Opening hours: 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (varies according to the season)

Nasu Flower World, Tochigi

"Nasu Flower World ", located 600 meters above sea level at the foot of Mt. Nasu, offers flower gardens from the end of April. Starting with poppies and nemophilas, tulips bloom, and in the summer, cassowaries cover the entire hill. Behind the flower garden, the view of Mt. Strolling through the flower fields in the cool, clear air at high altitude is sure to be a relaxing experience.
Since the period during which each flower can be seen is shorter than in other flower gardens, we recommend that you check the blooming information on the website of "Nasu Flower World "before going out.

Location:5341-1,Shimo-Nasu-do, Toyohara-ben, Nasu-cho, Nasu-gun, Tochigi, Japan
Fees: Adults 500-1000 yen / Junior high school and high school students 300 yen / Elementary school students 200 yen (varies depending on the season)
Opening Period: April 28 - Late October

Ibaraki, Japan National Hitachi Seaside Park

Located right by the ocean, "Hitachi-Keihin Park "has seven different areas within its vast grounds. You can enjoy a variety of flower gardens, including the quiet "tree area ", the meadow area "that makes you want to run out ", and the cool "fountain area ".
"The most famous place in Hitachi-Keihin Park "is "Mihamirashi no Oka ". From mid-April to early May, pretty blue nemophilas color the entire hill. Since it is located at the highest elevation in the park, you can enjoy the beautiful gradation of the blue of the nemophila and the blue sky without any obstacles around you. This is a popular flower garden that can be visited on a day trip from Tokyo.

Location: 605-4, Onuma, Mawata, Hitachinaka City, Ibaraki Prefecture
Price: Adults 450yen / Middle school students and under no food
Opening hours: 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (varies according to the season)

Hana-no-sato, Fujimi Plateau Resort, Nagano, Japan

Located in the embrace of the majestic Yatsugatake Mountains, "Fujimi Kogen Resort Hana no Sato "is situated at an altitude of 1,250 meters and offers a view unique to the highlands. Upon entering the park, you will be greeted by the open "romance area ". The marigolds, which are in full bloom from July, are a sight to behold.
If you walk up the promenade in the "birch area ", where you can feel the green of white birch trees and flowers and the fresh highland breeze, you will reach "the Forest of Creation ". "The Forest of Creation "has an elevation of 1420 meters, and in front of you you can see dynamic views of the Northern Alps and Mt. In this area, you can also see precious alpine plants that can only be seen at high altitudes. This flower garden offers a spectacular view unique to Nagano Prefecture, a mountain resort.

Location: 12067 Sakai, Fujimi-cho, Suwa-gun, Nagano Prefecture
Price: Adults (junior high school students and older) 500 yen / Elementary school students and younger: no price
Opening period: July 15 to late September

Makikanosato, Gifu Prefecture

"Pastoral Village "in Gifu Prefecture is a cool highland at an altitude of 1,000 meters where you can enjoy beautiful flowers. in April, colorful tulips bloom against the still snow-capped peaks of the Hakusan mountain range. In summer, lavender blooms, and together with the church on the grounds, it creates a European atmosphere.
"The pastoral village "is home to sheep, rabbits, cows, horses, and even alpacas. With the Hakusan mountain range in the background, the sight of cows and horses relaxing in the lush grasslands is truly idyllic. This is a flower garden spot where both adults and children can enjoy themselves all day long in the vast grounds of the park.

Location: 2756-2, Washimi, Takawashi-cho, Gujo, Gifu
Admission: Adults 1,200 yen / Junior high and high school students 900 yen / Children 4 years old and younger than elementary school students 600 yen
Opening hours: 9:00-17:00 (varies according to the season)

Awaji Hanasaji, Hyogo Prefecture

"Awaji Hanasaji "is located on a hilltop on Awaji Island, overlooking Osaka Bay. Flower season is early on Awaji Island, and from January to April, you can see rape blossoms all over the hill. Beyond the yellow rape blossoms, the blue Osaka Bay spreads out, making for a truly spectacular view. After that, pretty purple and white violas and poppies in pops of orange and red color the park.
You can enjoy the collaboration of flower fields, Osaka Bay, and the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge everywhere in the vast 15-hectare site. Take a walk around the park and find your own favorite spot.

Location: 2805-7 Kusumoto, Awaji City, Hyogo Prefecture
Fee: No entry fee, 200yen for parking fee
Hours: 9:00 - 17:00

Okayama Prefecture Rape Blossom Symbol Road

At "Rape Blossom Symbol Road "in Nagi Town, Okayama Prefecture, rape blossoms cover the 1 km road connecting "Nagi Town Museum of Contemporary Art "to the famous mountain peak "Nagi Mountain ". A carpet of rape blossoms spreads for 1km at the foot of the majestic Mt. You can take a leisurely stroll along the 1km road while the spring breeze blows, or you can stop by on your way on a drive.
Every year in mid-April, "Nagi Town Rape Blossom Festival "is held. Local specialties and food are on display, and a flower maze that takes advantage of the rape blossom fields is a highlight of the festival. Enjoy the rape blossom fields to the fullest, a treat that can only be enjoyed in spring.

Location: Toyosawa, Nagi-cho, Katsuta-gun, Okayama
Fee: Free of charge

Kuju Flower Park, Oita Prefecture

At "Kuju Flower Park "in Oita Prefecture, you can enjoy beautiful flower gardens with the majestic Kujyu Mountain Range in the background. Upon entering the park, you will be greeted by tulips and colorful Livingston daisies. As you proceed deeper into the park, you can enjoy colorful flowers such as blue nemophilas, orange poppies, and purple lavenders on a small hill. Beyond the flower fields, you can even see the Kujyu mountain range and the Aso Gogaku mountains in Kumamoto Prefecture.
The park also has a wide variety of cafes and restaurants. Take-out is also available, so you can find your favorite spot and enjoy a picnic.

Location: 4050 Oaza Kuzumi, Kuzumi-cho, Oita Prefecture
Admission: Adults (high school students and older): 500-1,300 yen / Children (5 years old and older): free-500 yen (varies depending on the season)
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (varies according to the season)

Lily Field Park, Okinawa, Japan

On the remote island of Iejima, a short distance from the main island of Okinawa, there is "Lily Field Park "where numerous lilies bloom. Around mid-April, when the lilies are at their best, the entire hill is covered in white. The beautiful ocean of Okinawa can be seen beyond the lilies, making this a unique and spectacular flower garden spot in Okinawa.
The "Lily Festival "is held during the lily season. The festival is crowded with food stalls offering Okinawan cuisine and tents selling goods that can only be purchased here. It is a hidden spot with a spectacular view that you should visit at least once when you come to Okinawa.

Location: 3087 Higashiegami, Ie-mura, Kunigami-gun, Okinawa
Fee: Free of charge


We have introduced some of the most spectacular spring flower garden spots that can be seen throughout Japan. Only in Japan, which has both oceans and mountains, can you find flowers that can be seen in warm places and flowers that can only be seen in cool mountainous areas. Let the spring weather invite you to see the beautiful flower fields created by nature.

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