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Matsumae-koen Park in Hokkaido
Late April to late May
About 10,000 cherry trees, of 250 different varieties,are planted in the park,many of them are double-flowered cherry trees,a variety that blooms over a long period for your enjoyment. Kechimyaku-zakura or Amayadori,which are famous for their legend or antiquity.
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Hirosaki-koen Park in Aomori
Late April to late May
The park is about 49.2 hectares wide,and has about 2,600 trees,mainly Somei-yoshino.The records indicate that 25 cherry trees were planted in "Nishi-no-Kuruwa" in 1715,and among these trees,Kanzan and Kasumi-zakura still bloom now in the spring.
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Kakunodate in Akita
Late April to late May
Stands of old trees and dignified samurai residences. Incredibly, the weeping cherry trees planted at that time still bloom today. The 152 trees are classed amongst the nation's natural monuments, and show a beautiful contrast the samurai residences.
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Ka-jo Castle Park in Yamagata
Late April to late May
Yamagata City is a former castle town that has developed since the middle of the 15th century. In Ka-jo Castle Park, noted for its cherry blossoms, are moats and stone walls recalling scenes of the days when the castle was being built.
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Iwatsuki-koen Park in Saitama
Late March to late April
The castle grounds have been converted into Iwatsuki-koen Park. The spring season is beautiful when the 700 cherry trees bloom around the pond,especially when viewed from the ridge, with its red parapets. Crowds come to enjoy the cherry blossoms.
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Ueno-Onshi-koen Park in Tokyo
Late March to late April
The park is home to the Tokyo National Museum and Ueno Zoological Gardens, which always attract many visitors. The rows of cherry trees, bloom magnificently in spring, making the park very popular for holding parties under a canopy of beautiful flowers.
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Shinjuku Gyoen Park in Tokyo
Late March to late April
Shinjuku Gyoen Garden is the location of the samurai residence of the Naito family.The garden was later designated as an Imperial garden.It has been famous for its cherry trees,and today the collection and study of cherry trees is carried out there.
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Ookagawa river in Kanagawa
Late March to late April
Over 800 cherry blossom trees decorate the river banks on both sides, creating one of the mostoutstanding cherry blossom viewing sights in Yokohama. The cherry blossom viewing can also beenjoyed from "Ohanami Cruise" boats.
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Takato-Joshi-koen Park in Nagano
Mid-to late April
The cherry tree, Takato-kohigan-zakura, is admired as the most beautiful in the whole of Japan because of its beauty and height. In the park, there are over 1,500 Takato-kohigan-zakura trees, including those over 100 years old.
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Kasuga Park in Nagano
Mid-to late April
The park, which contains the ruins of Kasuga Castle, is renowned for its flowers, with around 200 cherry trees and 20,000 azaleas. At the Miharashi Farm at Habiro Agricultural Park, visitors can enjoy picking fresh strawberries
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Mt.Minobu-san in Yamanashi
Late March to late early April
As you climb further from Kuon-ji for 5 kilometers, you will reach the top of Mt. Minobu.From here, you can see Mt. Fuji and the Pacific Ocean and Suruga Bay beyond. You can also take the Minobu-san Ropeway from the back of the main temple of Kuon-ji to get to the top.
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Inuyama-jo Castle in Aichi
Late March to late early April
In spring, cherry trees bloom around the castle, and stretch along the River to Inuyama-bashi Bridge. The Inuyama Festival is held on the first Saturday and Sunday of April every year near Haritsuna Shrine which is situated at the entrance to the castle.
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Maruyama-koen Park in Kyoto
Late March to late April
In the center of the park, you can find the marvelous weeping cherry trees named night cherry blossoms of Gion. You can also explore Philosopher's Walk which is a narrow path, to see a vista of cherry blossoms on both sides of the river path from Lake Biwa-ko.
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Arashiyama Tenryu-ji Temple in Kyoto
Late March to late April
The road along the Katsura-gawa River is an ideal place for a stroll since fifty-year-old trees form a tunnel of cherry blossoms. The weeping cherry trees in Tenryu-ji The scenery from Bokyo-no-oka provides special and stunning views unique to Kyoto.
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Daigo-ji Temple in Kyoto
Late March to late April
The Garden was designed to enjoy the cherry blossoms, with a waterfall and an island to complement the marvelous weeping cherry trees. It takes about 100 minutes on foot to walk to the top of the mountain, and this hike is highly recommended at blossom time.
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Nara-koen Park in Nara
Late Marach to late April
Herds of deer are renowned there as the holy messengers of Kasuga-taisha Shrine, and are placed under careful protection. The park has about 1,700 cherry trees of various kinds, including Narayae-zakura and Kokonoe-zakura.
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Mt.Yoshino-yama in Nara
Early to late April
Mt. Yoshino-yama, located almost at the center of Nara Prefecture, is Japan's best location for viewing cherry blossoms. Many years ago, people had a custom of dedicating cherry tree seedlings to the Zao-do Hall of Kinpusen-ji Temple.
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Sakura-no-miya-koen Park in Osaka
Mid-to late April
It is on the east bank of Okawa River. It has had a reputation for beautiful cherry blossoms since ancient times. The narrow park is made along the dike with a promenade on each side of the river, where many people stroll and enjoy the beautiful view.
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Japan Mint in Osaka
Mid-to late April
This area along the old Yodo-gawa River has long been famous for its beautiful scenery, especially in spring when the cherry trees bloom gorgeously. The Japan Mint has been holding this traditional and seasonal event of Osaka since the end of the 19th century.
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Senkoji-koen Park in Hiroshima
Early to mid-April
Senkoji-koen Park is a scenic spot of cherry trees, spreading from the top to the hillside of Mt. Senkoji.The park was built in 1894 by the chief priest of Senko-ji Temple. There are nearly 10,000 cherry trees here, mainly comprising Somei-yoshino.
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Mt.Inasa-yama in Nagasaki
Late March to late early April
You will surely enjoy a wonderful dining experience. Don't miss what is called the "million dollars night view."The mountain is also popular among the people of Nagasaki for its beautiful cherry blossoms and some 80,000 azalea plants.
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Kumamoto-jo Castle in Kumamoto
Late March to late early April
It is the 800 cherry trees that add unrivalled elegance to the castle. The main varieties are Somei-yoshino as well as mountain cherry trees which make the square in front of the castle tower and the front of Naga-bei a wonderful spot for cherry blossom viewing.
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Nago Castle Ruins in Okinawa
Late January to early February
In late January, Ryukyu-higan-zakura blooms spectacularly, attracting many tourists as the place for the earliest cherry blossom viewing in the country. In 1912, the first 48 cherry trees from the mountains were planted on the approach to the castle.
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Mt.Asahidake in Hokkaido
Mid-September to early October
Mt. Asahidake is a graceful mountain situated in Daisetsuzan National Park.Around mid-September, the park attracts a number of hikers as the place where people can enjoy the earliest autumn leaves in Japan. Take the ropeway and exit at Sugatami Station.
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Lake Towada-ko in Aomori
Early October
The water is so translucent that you can see down into it for 10 meters. Lake Towada-ko reflects the four seasons in its clear blue water accentuated by the fresh green of spring, autumn leaves, and the snow in winter, giving the lake a mysterious beauty.
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Oirase Stream in Aomori
Early October
It is a stream about 14 km long which runs from Lake Towada-ko. You can enjoy the dynamic and changing beauty of the streams as riffles and abysses, as well as a tour of fourteen waterfalls where you can stroll under the colored leaves of beeches and maples.
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Mt.Hakkoda-san in Aomori
Early October
Mt. Hakkoda-san also features fresh green plants in spring and orange- and gold-tinted leaves in autumn. There is a ropeway, on which you can enjoy the views of woodlands for 10 minutes, as well as other walkways where you can go for walks.
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Zao in Yamagatai
Early October
Zao, located on the Yamagata-Miyagi prefectural border, is a mountain park centered in the Zao Mountain Range. You can enjoy the beauty of nature there, when you visit locations such as the mysterious Okama crater lake, also known as Goshiki-numa (five-color marsh).
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Naruko Valley in Miyagi
Early October
Naruko Valley is a large ravine formed by the Oya-gawa River, a tributary of the Eai-gawa River. The river's torrents have formed fantastically shaped rocks and sheer cliffs. Nearby is Lake Kata-numa, a crater lake which changes color with the sunlight.
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Lake Inawashiro-ko in Fukushima
Early October
Lake Inawashiro-ko islocated almost in the center of Fukushima Prefecture. It is the fourth largest lake in Japan, and is also called Lake Tenkyo-ko, or heaven's mirror lake, because its surface reflects the shape of Mt. Bandai-san like a heavenly mirror.
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Lake Chuzenji-ko in Tochigi
Late September to early November
Lake Chuzenji-ko is 1,269 meters above sea level, the highest lake in Japan. At the lakeside, there are various trees such as beeches, lacquer trees, and different sorts of maples showing colorful autumn leaves for your enjoyment.
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Lake Okutama-ko in Tokyo
Late September to early November
The lake offers a nice harmony of natural beauty and man-made structures. You can enjoy colorful leaves in fall, and the frosty snowscape in winter, all from a most thrilling vantage point atop a floating bridge made of empty oil drums.
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Shosen-kyo Valley in Yamanashi
Late September to early November
From the promenade running parallel to the river, you can see fantastically-shaped rocks such as the Kakuenbo, which is 180 meters high and said to be the most attractive in the area, and the pan-shaped holes at the bottom of the river.
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Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route in Toyama
Late September to early November
The Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route is an international mountain sightseeing route. The route goes across the 3,000-meter-high North Alpine mountains, the so-called "roof of Japan". You can enjoy the panorama, the red leaves of fall by ropeway.
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Ena Valley in Gifu
October to November
Ena Valley is popular for its scenery. The surrounding cherry trees, azalea, and autumn leaves heighten the beauty of the river valley. Ena Valley can also be enjoyed from the sightseeing boats on the river. Visitors can experience along this historic roadway.
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Jingo-ji Temple in Kyoto
Mid-to late November
After going up steep stone steps for about 15 minutes, you will find one of the best spots for autumn leaves in Japan. The landscape from the garden of Jizo-in Temple is called "Kin'unkei," a full view over the valley of the Kiyotaki-gawa River in red leaves.
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Ohara in Kyoto
Mid-to late November
The most famous place in Ohara is Sanzen-in Temple, which is known for its beautiful cherry blossoms, autumn colors and moss. It has two beautiful gardens, that are said to be the best sights in the Rakuhoku area, a northern part of Kyoto.
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Yunoyama-onsen Hot Springs in Mie
Mid-to late November
A ceaseless flow of visitors come throughout the seasons to enjoy azalea in spring, the cool climate in summer, the autumn leaves, and in winter, skiing and trees covered with frozen mist, as well as the wonderful panoramic view of Ise Bay.
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Momijidani-koen in Hiroshima
Early to mid-November
Being true to its name Momijidani, valley of autumn leaves, the park appears in magnificent colors in its season. Wild deer are also found in the park, while 1,000 maple trees of five different varieties show off their beautiful colors.
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Yaba-kei Gorge in Oita
Mid-to late November
Yabakei Gorge is a grand gorge created through a lava plateau of the largest scale in Japan by the flow of Yamakuni-gawa River. 36 km east and west and 32 km north and south, this huge gorge full of strange-shape rocks and stones is a spectacular sight.
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Kikuchi Valley in Kumamoto
Mid-to late November
More than 50 varieties of wild birds can be observed in the forest park. The Kyushu nature trail extends along the river in the valley. The valley looks especially beautiful green leaves of trees in spring and in the midst of their red and yellow leaves in autumn.
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Takachiho-kyo Gorge in Miyazaki
Mid-to late November
It is a V-shaped gorge, created by the Gokase-gawa Rive.Red-tinted precipitous cliffs rising up on both sides of the gorge extend for a long distance. Manai-no-taki Falls is a popular highlight because of the clouds of spray that rise up from the falling water.
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Mito-Kairaku-en Garden in Ibaraki
Late February to mid-march
Mito-Kairaku-en Garden is regarded as one of the three great gardens of Japan along with Kenroku-e in Kanazawa and Koraku-en in Okayama.3,000 plum trees of 100 varieties are currently planted in the garden, giving us a wonderful fragrance of early spring.
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Yushima-tenman-gu in Tokyo
Late February to late mid-March
Worshipping Sugawara-no-Michizane as the God of Studies,Yushima-tenman-gu Shrine is the best places for viewing plum trees in Tokyo.About 400 plum trees bloom,as if they want to welcome students praying for their success in examinations.
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Yoshino Baigo in Tokyo
Early February to late March
Ume-no-koen Park of Oume City, Tenma-koen Park and the local plum farms offer a vista of 25,000 red and white plums, both young and old trees, giving a mild fragrance all over the area. These trees make it the best place for viewing plum blossoms in the whole Kanto area.
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Atami Baien in Shizuoka
Late December to mid-March
Atami Baien is a popular viewing spot for the earliest plums in Japan. The central area is the remains of the garden constructed by a rich merchant Mogi Sobei in the late 19th century, and the park spreads from the area to the hills with the Hatsu-kawa River running through.
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Kitano-tenman-gu Shrine in Kyoto
Early February to late March
Sugawara-no-Michizane (845-903), enshrined as God of Studies, loved plum trees very much. In relation to this, about 2,000 plum trees of 50 varieties are planted in the precincts of Kitano-tenman-gu Shrine, which is regarded as the best plum-tree-viewing spot in Kyoto.
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Furano in Hokkaido
Lavender
Mid-to late july
Lavender is from a group of herbs that are native to the Mediterranean littoral. It finds it difficult to grow in areas of high temperature and high humidity, but the climate of Furano allows a number of lavender fields to spread in the area, making it the symbol of Furano.
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Fruits Line in Fukushima
Peach tree
Late April to early May
In late April, the Fukushima Basin becomes full of peach blossoms. In particular, the area to the west of Fukushima City, this line is called the "Fruit Line," offering the beautiful scenery of the Azuma-Adatara Mountain Range with the remaining snow.
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Nasu-kogen Highlands in Tochigi
Azaleas
Mid-May to early June
The Yawatasaki-kogen Highlands at around 1,100 meters above sea level, with azaleas growing in colonies. The promenades are well arranged throughout the colonies, to make you enjoy the enriching experience of strolling through the tunnels of azaleas.
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Mizumoto-koen Park in Tokyo
Iris
Early to late June
In June, about 200,000 irises of 80 different varieties bloom in the southern part of the park, making the field of irises the largest in Tokyo. Visitors can closely watch the irises while standing on the wooden paths going through the fields. The Iris Festival is held every June.
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Mother Farm in Chiba
Rape Blossoms
Mid-February to late April
You can experience the wonder of a resplendent nature in this tourist farm. Rape blossoms found on the large slope of the mountain are now regarded as a seasonal feature of the farm, three million flowers bloom all over the area giving the full fragrance of spring.
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Oze in Gunma
Skunk cabbage
Late May to early June
When the lingering snow is almost gone, the skunk cabbage season starts in Oze, attracting large numbers of visitors.The white flowers confidently herald the start of Oze's short open season, and yellow marsh marigolds also open their yellow flowers in support.
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Meigetsu-in Temple in Kanagawa
Hydrangea
Mid-to late June
Meigetsu-in Temple, so called the temple of hydrangeas, About 2,000 hydrangeas are planted in the precincts, to make the place a very popular scenic spot in the rainy season of June. and this is how the beautiful spot was originally created.
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Tonami Tulip Park in Toyama
Tulip
Late April to early May
One million tulips of 450 different varieties, of varied colors and shapes, beautifully bloom in Tonami Tulip Park to entertain the visitors. Both inside and outside of the park, there are water wheel, a Dutch wind wheel, and the Tonami Tulip Gallery for visitors.
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Nashinoki-jinja Shrine in Kyoto
Lespedeza
Mid-September
It is called "Hagi-no-miya," the shrine of lespedeza, with red and white lespedeza flowers blooming in the fall on the narrow 500 meter long approach which goes through the precincts from north to south. The Lespedeza Festival is held on September.
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Hase-dera Temple in Nara
Peony
Late April to late early May
The first peony was dedicated by the Tang Dynasty, about 7,000 bushes of 150 different varieties are planted in the gardens of wonderful colors such as red, white, pink and purple. The view from the passageway is marvelous, as its nickname implies.
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Cape Ashizuri in Kochi
Camellia
December to April
In this area, sturdy camellia trees have been used for wind-protection. When winter comes, 60,000 camellias make romantic arcades of red flowers along the beautiful promenade connecting several sightseeing spots of the cape from "Tengu-no-hana" to the lighthouse.
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Ikoma-kogen Highlands in Miyazaki
Cosmos
Late September to mid-October
Vast flower fields, with the backdrop of the Kirishima Mountain, 350,000 rape blossoms bloom in the spring, 250,000 Iceland poppies in early summer, and 1,000,000 cosmos of 17 varieties in autumn. Many tourists are attracted to this enchanting place every year.
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Huis Ten Bosch in Nagasaki
Tulip
Early April
A theme park with a distinctly Dutch atmosphere is full of tulips, the national flower of the Netherlands, which beautifully bloom in the Bastion Area. The view with the backdrop of wind wheels make you feel as if you are really in the country of tulips, the Netherlands.
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Hokudai Botanical Gardens in Hokkaido
Flower : Green house
Place : Chuo-ku Kita3-jo Nishi8 Sapporo city Hokkaido
Time : 9:00am ~ 4:00pm
Charge : 400yen
Tel : 011-221-0066
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Toyohira Park in Hokkaido
Flower : flower in park
Place :Toyohira-ku Toyohira5-jo 13 Sapporo city Hokkaido
Time : Free
Charge : Free
Tel : 011-811-6568
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Yurigahara Park in Hokkaido
Flower : Rose, Lily, Dahlia
Place : Kita-ku Yurigaoka-koen 210 Sapporo city Hokkaido
Time : Free
Charge : Free
Tel : 011-772-4722
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KItami Flower Paradise in Hokkaido
Flower : Cherry, Lily, Cosmos
Place : Wakamatsu 41-2 Kitami city Hokkaido
Time : 10:00am ~ 4:00pm
Charge : Free
Tel : 0157-61-3251
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Flower Land Kamifurano in Hokkaido
Flower : Lavender, Lily, Cosmos
Place : Nishi 5 Kita 27 Kamifuranocho Hokkaido
Time : 9:00am ~ 6:00pm
Charge : 500yen
Tel : 0167-45-9480
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Farm Tomita in Hokkaido
Flower : Lavender, Tulip, Cosmos
Place : Kisenkita 15 Furanocho Hokkaido
Time : 9:00am ~ 6:00pm
Charge : Free
Tel : 0167-39-3939
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Manabe Garden in Hokkaido
Flower : Hydrangea, Water Lily
Place : Higashi 2-6 Inadacho Hokkaido
Time : 8:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 500yen
Tel : 0155-48-2120
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Hirosakijo Botanical Gardens in Aomori
Flower : Hepatica
Place : Shirogincho 1-1 Hirosaki city Aomori
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 300yen
Tel : 0172-33-8733
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Hanaizumi Flower World in Iwate
Flower : Begonia, Lily
Place : Miyazawa 159-1 Ichinoseki city Iwate
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 1,000yen
Tel : 0191-82-4066
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Akitashi Botanical Gardens in Akita
Flower : Cherry, Skunk Cabbage
Place : komizusawa134 Akita city Akita
Time : Free
Charge : Free
Tel : 018-827-2118
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Tohoku Univercity Botanical Gardens in Miyagi
Flower : Cherry
Place : Aoba-ku Kawauchi 12-2 Sendai city Miyagi
Time : 9:00am ~5:00pm
Charge : 220yen
Tel : 022-223-8557
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Yamagatashi Yasoen in Yamagata
Flower : Wild grass
Place : Shimizusawa 832-3 Yamagata city Yamagata
Time : 9:00am ~ 4:30pm
Charge : 300yen
Tel : 023-634-4120
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Janohana-yurakuen in Fukushima
Flower : Tulip, Tree peony
Place : Janohana38 Motomiyacho Fukushima
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 500yen
Tel : 0243-34-2036
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Tsukuba Botanical Gardens in Ibaraki
Flower : Tropical plant
Place : Amakubo 4-1-1 Tsukuba city Ibaraki
Time : 9:00am ~ 4:30pm
Charge : 300yen
Tel : 029-855-8155
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Ibarakiken Flower Park in Ibaraki
Flower : Begonia, Dahlia
Place : Aoyagi 200 Yasatocho Ibaraki
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 740yen
Tel : 0299-42-4111
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Mitoshi-Shokubutsu Park in Ibaraki
Flower : Green house
Place : Kobukicho 504 Mito city Ibaraki
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 300yen
Tel : 0292-43-9311
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Hitachi Seaside Park in Ibaraki
Flower : Daffodil, Tulip
Place : Onuma 605-4 Hitachinaka city Ibaraki
Time : 9:30am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 400yen
Tel :029-265-9001
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Igashira Park in Tochigi
Flower : Cherry, Autumn leaves
Place : Shimokagoya 99 Mooka city Tochigi
Time : Free
Charge : Free
Tel : 0285-83-3121
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Hananoe no Sato in Tochigi
Flower : Blue flag
Place : Okaki1312 Tsurugacho Tochigi
Time : 9:00am ~ 6:00pm
Charge : 800yen
Tel :0282-92-8739
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Tochigi Flower Center in Tochigi
Flower : Toropical plant
Place : Shimotsuhara1612 Iwafunacho Tochigi
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 420yen
Tel : 0282-55-5775
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Ashikaga Flower Park in Tochigi
Flower : Wisteria
Place : Hakomacho Ashikaga city Tochigi
Time : 9:00am ~ 6:00pm
Charge : 500yen
Tel : 0284-91-4939
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Gunma Flower Park in Gunma
Flower : Rose, Sasanqua
Place : Kashiwakura 2471-7 Miyagimura Gunma
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 700yen
Tel : 027-283-8189
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Green Center in Saitama
Flower : Tropical Plant
Place : Araijuku700 Kawaguchi city Saitama
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 300yen
Tel : 048-281-2319
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Shimizu Park in Chiba
Flower : Cherry, Azalea
Place : Shimizu 906 Noda city Chiba
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 780yen
Tel : 04-7125-3030
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Suisei Botanical Gardens in Chiba
Flower : Blue flag
Place : Ougishima 1837-2 Sawara city Chiba
Time : 9:00am ~ 4:30pm
Charge : 500yen
Tel : 0478-56-0411
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Shirahama Flower Park in Chiba
Flower : Poppy, Gerbera
Place : Nemoto 1454-37 Shirahamacho Chiba
Time : 8:30am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 420yen
Tel : 0470-38-3555
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Nanbo Paradise in Chiba
Flower : Orchid
Place : Fujiwara 1495 Tateyama city Chiba
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 800yen
Tel : 0470-28-1511
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Tateyama Family Park in Chiba
Flower : Poppy, Cosmos
Place : Funuma1210 Tateuama city Chiba
Time : 8:30am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 530yen
Tel : 0470-28-1110
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Shinjuku Gyoen in Tokyo
Flower : Cherry, Rose
Place : Shinjuku-ku Fujicho11 Tokyo
Time : 9:00am ~ 4:00pm
Charge : 200yen
Tel : 03-3350-0151
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Jindai Botanical Gardens in Tokyo
Flower : Rose, Dahlia
Place : Jindaijimotomachi 5-31-10 Chofu city Tokyo
Time : 9:30am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 500yen
Tel : 0424-83-2300
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Keio Floral Garden in Tokyo
Flower : Rose, Saffron
Place : Tamagawa 4-38-1 Chofu city Tokyo
Time : 10:00am ~ 5:30pm
Charge : 500yen
Tel : 042-480-2833
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Showa Memorial Park in Tokyo
Flower : Cherry, Tulip
Place : Midoricho 3173 Tachikawa city Tokyo
Time : 9:30am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 400yen
Tel : 042-528-1751
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Kodomo Botanical Gardens in Kanagawa
Flower : Rose
Place : Minami-ku Mutsukawa 3-122 Yokohama city Kanagawa
Time : 9:00am ~ 4:30pm
Charge : Free
Tel : 045-741-1015
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Kanagawa Flower Center in Kanagawa
Flower : Rose, Tree poeny
Place : Okamoto 1018 Kamakura city Kanagawa
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 350yen
Tel : 0467-46-2188
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Enoshima Samuel Garden in Kanagawa
Flower : Tulip
Place : Enoshima 2-3-28 Fujisawa city Kanagawa
Time : 9:00am ~ 4:30pm
Charge : 200yen
Tel : 0466-23-0623
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Fuefukigawa Fruits Park in Yamanashi
Flower : Fruits
Place : Esohara1488 Yamanashi city Yamanashi
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 400yen
Tel : 0553-23-4101
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Haiji no mura in Yamanashi
Flower : Cosmos, Rose
Place : Asao 2471 Akinocho Hokuto city Yamanashi
Time : 9:00am ~ 6:00pm
Charge : 500yen
Tel : 0551-25-4700
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Niigata Kenritsu Botanical Gardens in Niigata
Flower : Tulip, Tree poeny
Place : Kanatsu 186 Niigata city Niigata
Time : 9:30am ~ 4:30pm
Charge : 600yen
Tel : 0250-24-6465
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Toyamaken Chuo Botanical Gardens in Toyama
Flower : Alpine plant
Place : Nakacho 42 Toyama
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 600yen
Tel : 076-466-4187
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Toyamaken Hana Center in Toyama
Flower : Tulip
Place : Takamichi 46-3 Tochiha city Toyama
Time : 9:00am ~ 4:30pm
Charge : Free
Tel : 0763-32-1187
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Plantpia in Fukui
Flower : Cherry, Plum
Place : Asahi 17-3-1 Asahicho Fukui
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 300yen
Tel : 0778-34-1120
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Hamamatsu Flower Park in Shizuoka
Flower : Azalea, Rose
Place : Tateyamateramachi 195 Hamamatsu city Shizuoka
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 700yen
Tel : 053-487-0511
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Izu Shikinohana Koen in Shizuoka
Flower : Hydrangea
Place : Tomido 841-1 Ito city Shizuoka
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 500yen
Tel : 0557-51-1128
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Orchid Resort Dogashima in Shizuoka
Flower : Orchid
Place :NishiiIzucho 2848-1 Shizuoka
Time : 8:30am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 1300yen
Tel : 0558-52-2345
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Higashiyama Doushokubutsuen in Aichi
Flower : Narcissus
Place : Chigusa-ku Higashiyamamotomachi 3-70 Nagoya city Aichi
Time : 9:00am ~ 4:30pm
Charge : 500yen
Tel : 052-782-2111
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Arakogawakoen Garden Plaza in Aichi
Flower : Cherry
Place : Shinagawacho 2-1-1 Nagoya city Aichi
Time : 9:00am ~ 4:30pm
Charge : Free
Tel : 052-384-8787
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Meijokoen Flower Plaza in Aichi
Flower : Herb
Place : Kita-ku Meijo 1-2-25 Nagoya city Aichi
Time : 9:00am ~ 4:30pm
Charge : Free
Tel : 052-913-0087
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Bluebonnet in Aichi
Flower : Wild flower
Place : Minato-ku Shiomicho 42 Nagoya city Aichi
Time : 9:30am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 300yen
Tel : 052-613-1187
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Denpark in Aichi
Flower : Pansy
Place : Akamatsucho 1 Anjo city Aichi
Time : 9:30am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 600yen
Tel : 0566-92-7111
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Hana Fest Kinen Koen in Gifu
Flower : Rose
Place : Seta 1584-1 Kago city Gifu
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 800yen
Tel : 0574-63-7873
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Bokka no Sato in Gifu
Flower : Tulip, Lavender
Place : Washimi 2756-2 Gunjo city Gifu
Time : 10:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 1100yen
Tel : 0575-73-2888
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Nabana no Sato in Mie
Flower : Poppy, Tulip
Place : Komaeurushihata 270 Nagashimacho Kuwana city Mie
Time : 9:00am ~ 9:00pm
Charge : 500yen
Tel : 0594-41-0787
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Suisei Botanical Gardens in Shiga
Flower : Hydrophyte
Place : Shimobutsucho 1091 Kusatsu city Shiga
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 300yen
Tel : 077-568-2332
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Kyoto Botanical Gardens in Kyoto
Flower : Plum
Place : Sakyo-ku Shimogamohankicho Kyoto
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 200yen
Tel : 075-701-0141
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Ujishi Botanical Gardens in Kyoto
Flower : Tropical flower
Place : Hironocho 25-1 Uji city Kyoto
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 500yen
Tel : 0774-45-0099
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Nagai Botanical Gardens in Osaka
Flower : Hydrangea
Place : Higashisumiyoshi-ku Nagaikoen 1-23 Osaka city Osaka
Time : 9:30am ~ 4:30pm
Charge : 200yen
Tel : 06-6696-7117
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Hana no Bunkaen in Osaka
Flower : Rose
Place : Takamukai 2292-1 Kawachinagano city Osaka
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 500yen
Tel : 0721-63-8739
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Savor Farm in Osaka
Flower : Poppy
Place : Kannabi 2300 Tondabayashi city Osaka
Time : 9:30am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 700yen
Tel : 0721-35-3500
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Kobe Shinrin Botanical Gardens in Hyogo
Flower : Azelia
Place : Kita-ku Yamadacho 1-2 Kobe city Hyogo
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 300yen
Tel : 078-591-0253
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Hyogo Flower Center in Hyogo
Flower : Cherry
Place :Toyokuracho imori 1282-1 Kasai city Hyogo
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 500yen
Tel : 0790-47-1182
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Wakayama Botanical Gardens in Wakayama
Flower : Lotus
Place : Higashisakamoto 672 Iwade city Wakayama
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 260yen
Tel : 0736-62-4029
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Tottori Hanakairo Flower Park in Tottori
Flower : Plum
Place : Nanbucho Tsuruta 110 Tottori
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 1000yen
Tel : 0859-48-3030
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Shimane Hananosato in Shimane
Flower : Herb
Place : Nishishinmachi 1101-1 Izumo city Shimane
Time : 9:30am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 200yen
Tel : 0853-20-1187
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Handayama Botanical Gardens in Okayama
Flower : Azelea
Place : Kita-ku Houkaiin 3-1Okayama city Okayama
Time : 9:00am ~ 4:30pm
Charge : 300yen
Tel : 086-252-4183
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Hiroshima Botanical Gardens in Okayama
Flower : Begonia
Place : Saeki-ku Kurashige 3-495 Hiroshima city Hiroshima
Time : 9:00am ~ 4:30pm
Charge : 500yen
Tel : 082-922-3600
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Wakunage Garden in Hiroshima
Flower : Tulip
Place : Sukumoji Akitakada city Hiroshima
Time : 10:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : Free
Tel : 0826-45-5021
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Kochi Makino Botanical Gardens in Kochi
Flower : Cherry
Place : Godaiyama 4200-6 Kochi city Kochi
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 500yen
Tel : 0888-82-2701
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Fukuoka Botanical Gardens in Fukuoka
Flower : Rose
Place : Chuo-ku Kosasa 5-1-1 Fukuoka city Fukuoka
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 400yen
Tel : 092-522-3210
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Anettai Botanical Gardens in Nagasaki
Flower : Tropical flower
Place : Nobosakicho833 Nagasaki
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 600yen
Tel : 0958-94-2050
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Kuju Hana Koen in Oita
Flower : Sunflower
Place : Kujucho Takeda city Oita
Time : 8:30am ~ 5:30pm
Charge : 600yen
Tel : 0974-76-1422
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Kumamoto Doushokubutsuen in Kumamoto
Flower : Cosmos
Place : Kengun 5-14-2 Kumamoto city Kumamoto
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 300yen
Tel : 096-368-4416
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Kodomo no Kuni in Miyazaki
Flower : Rose
Place : Aoshima 1-1-1 Miyazaki city Miyazaki
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 400yen
Tel : 0985-65-1111
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Florante Miyazaki in Miyazaki
Flower : Tulip
Place : Yamazakicho Hamayama 414-16 Miyazaki city Miyazaki
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 300yen
Tel : 0985-23-1510
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Sengenen in Kagoshima
Flower : Cherry
Place : Yoshinocho 9700-1 Kagoshima city Kagoshima
Time : 8:30am ~ 5:30pm
Charge : 1000yen
Tel : 099-247-1551
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Flower Park Kagoshima in Kagoshima
Flower : Toropical flower
Place : Yamakawa 1611 Ibusuki city Kagoshima
Time : 9:00am ~ 5:00pm
Charge : 600yen
Tel : 0993-35-3333
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Kaiyohaku Koen in Okinawa
Flower : Orchid
Place : Ishikawa 424 Honbucho Okinawa
Time : 8:00am ~ 6:00pm
Charge : Free
Tel : 0980-48-3782
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