Shibazakura at Hitsujiyama Park, Saitama Prefecture
Hitsyuama Park features about 400,000 moss phloxes in full bloom around April to early May. The park also 1,000 cherry blossom trees, such as yoshino cherry, weeping cherry and double petal cherry trees! You can enjoy the flowers from different angles because of the park's hilly terrain.
Hours of Operation: 8:00 to 17:00, April to May
Admission Fee: 300JPY
Access: From Seibu Chichibu Station / Chichibu Railway Chichibu Station: 20 min on foot, From Yokoze Station: 20 min on foot
Address: 6630 Omiya, Chichibu-shi
Hydrangeas at Kamakura Temples, Kanagawa Prefecture
Temples in Kamakura are especially gorgeous and charming during the blooming season of the hydrangea. They're are in full bloom from about mid-June to earl July. Meigetsuin Temple and Tokeiji Temple are best known for their hydrangeas.
Admission Fee: 300 yen (regular fee) Iris garden: 500 yen (open in June)
Access: 10-min walk from JR Kita-Kamakura St. the JR Yokosuka Line (about 1 hour from Shinjuku St.)
Address: 189 Yamanouchi, Kamakura-shi, Kanagawa
Hours: 8:30 to 17:00 (until 16:00 November to February)
Admission Fee: 100 yen
Access: 3-min walk from JR Kita-Kamakura Station on the Yokosuka Line (about 1 hour from Shinjuku St.)
Address: 1367 Yamanouchi, Kamakura-shi, Kanagawa
Kamakura Travel Video Guidebook
Wistera at Ashikaga Flower Park, Tochigi prefecture
The Ashikaga Flower Park has one of the best wisteria garden landscaping, and the largest wisteria parks in Japan. In April and May the wisteria bloom in pinks, purples, whites and yellows, respectively. And if that doesn't sound impressive enough, the park also has a tree that is over 145 year old!
Tochigi Travel Video GUidebook
Baby Blues at Hitachi Seaside Park, Ibaraki Prefecture
Hitachi Seaside Park has an array of the seasonal flower gardens, such as narcissus and tulip in spring, nemophila and roses in early summer, zinnia in mid-summer and kochia and cosmos in autumn. The nemophilia (pictured below) spreads out like a vivid blue carpet of flowers.
Hours of Operation: 9:30 - 17:00 (this is subject to change depending on weather, season, etc.)
Admission Fee: Adult (15 years older) 400JPY, Child(elementary and junior high school student) 80JPY, Infant (under 6 years) Free
Closed: Mondays (Tuesdays when Monday is a national holiday)
Access: 15 minutes from Katsuta station on the JR Joban line
Address: 605-4, Mawatari Aza Oonuma, Hitachinaka-City
Hours of Operation: 9:00 to 18:00 (10:00 to 17:00 from late November through February)
Admission Fee: 300JPY up to 900JPY depending on the condition of wisterias
Closed: First Wednesday and Thursday of February, December 31
Access: From Asikaga-shi Station (on Tobu Isezak Line from Asakusa) 20 minutes by tax
Address: 607 Hasama Town, Ashikaga City, Tochigi Prefecture, 329-4216
Ibaraki Travel Video Guidebook
Shibazakura at Mt. Fuji, Yamanashi Prefecture
The Fuji Pink Moss Festival features 800,000 shibazakura, also known as moss phlox or pink moss, it's the largest collection of shibazakura in the Tokyo area.
Date: Mid-April to late May (Dates are subject to change according to the blooming season)
Admission Fee: 500JPY
Access: 30 minutes by bus from Fuji Kyuko Line Kawaguchiko Station
Address: Fuji Motosuko Resort, 212 Motosu, Fuji Kawaguchiko-machi, Minami Tsuru-gun, Yamanashi Prefecture
Mount Fuji Travel Video Guidebook
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