Flower ViewingPage: 1/8
“Huis Ten Bosch” in Nagasaki Prefecture is Japan’s largest-scale theme park, and it is modeled after a European cityscape. It will also be holding the “Big Tulip Festival with 1 Million Tulips,” which will welcome in spring with 700 varieties of tulips in full bloom, the most anywhere in Japan!
Expo Memorial Park, in Osaka, is a lovely place overflowing with natural beauty. No matter the season, it is a place where you can enjoy beautiful flowers and trees. This year’s plum festival will be held on February 16th, in Expo Memorial Park’s Natural Culture Park and Japanese garden.
Rikugi-en is one of Japan’s Nationally Designated Places of Scenic Beauty. This traditional Japanese garden was built by Yanagisawa Yoshiyasu, favored retainer of shogun Tokugawa Tsunayoshi. The spring event “Illumination of Weeping Cherry Blossoms and Daimyo Teien” will once again be held this year.
Kawazu cherry trees are a type of cherry tree found in Shizuoka Prefecture’s Kawazu. Every year, they bloom for about a month from early February to early March. Go See the Early-Blooming Kawazu Cherry Blossoms!
Every year, the large numbers of people that visit this area are surprised at how many flowers are blooming as early as January! The flowers look like they could be a solid carpet of yellow! Visiting Kamogawa in the early spring to see it covered in rape flowers, and even enjoying picking them, is great fun!
Why not try visiting winter locations in Tokyo’s neighboring Saitama Prefecture’s Chichibu? This area is 3 hours away from Ikebukuro by bus or the Seibu Line. I’ve come to visit the back-country areas of Chichibu, Saitama Prefecture. First off, I stopped to appreciate the artful ice formations!
In 2018, the flower and greenery garden “Florante Miyazaki” will host an event representative of Miyazaki in the winter, the 16th “Illumination Flower Garden” illumination event.
Especially in the article, I am going to write about highly recommended fall foliage spots in the area, “Angyo”.