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Hamamatsu Flower Park

The World’s Most Beautiful “Cherry Blossom and Tulip Garden”

Hamamatsu Flower Park

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This flower theme park boasts over 3,000 various flowers, and drew in over 600,000 people for the The Hamanako Flower Festival, staged here in 2014. Considered the World’s most beautiful cherry and tulip gardens, Flower Park’s 1,300 cherry trees and 600,000 tulip bulbs all blooming together, makes the most wonderful sight! Every year, March 1 to June 15, Hamamatsu Flower Park’s main arena hosts the Hamanakao Flower Festival, and features the 150 meter wisteria trellis produced by Japan’s premier female arborist, Dr Tsukamoto Konami, and the popular garden designer Yoshiya Keiko produced Smile Garden with a variety of flowers in various stages of bloom for you to enjoy.

Location

Hamamatsu Flower Park

195, Kanzanji-cho, Nishi-ku, Hamamatsu-shi, Shizuoka-ken

Infomation

Access

Tokaido Line Hamamatsu Station JR, about 40 minutes in the "go Kanzanji," from the bus terminal 1. In front of "Flower Park"bus stop.

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