Japanese Flowers

Japanese Flowers

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About Japanese Seasonal Flowers

The Japanese have a strong appreciation for flowers, especially the Cherry Blossoms. In fact, the cherry blossom is so well loved, it has been the national flower of the country since ancient times. Japan actually sent cherry trees to Washington, D.C. in 1909 as a token of friendship between the two countries. The trees are still blooming to this day. Another flower symbol of Japan, the chrysanthemum is used as the Imperial family crest. Japan Deluxe Tours is happy to share with you the many unique flowers and flower parks available during your next Japan Tour. Of course, if there's a flower park we don't visit on our standard line of Cherry Blossom or Highlights Japan tour packages, you can always build your own custom tour package to include the destination. Come enjoy the national flower of Japan or explore the unique flower parks in Tokyo, Kyoto, Yamanashi and more with us on a Japan tour vacation.

About Japanese Seasonal Flowers

Flower Parks in Hokkaido and Niigata

Tomita Farm

Tomita Farm

Hokkaido’s premier lavender farm famous for its

Fujidana

Fujidana

Beautiful Wisteria Flower (Fiji Flower) attract many visitors with its beauty and sweet fragrance.

Sapporo Flower Carpet

Sapporo Flower Carpet

Community Flower Event in Hokkaido

Flower Park in Ibaraki, Saitama, Tokyo, & Aiichi

Hitachi Seaside Park

Hitachi Seaside Park

Magnificent year round flower garden in Ibaraki

Kasama Azalea Festival

Kasama Azalea Festival

People Gather Every Year to View the 8,500 Azalea Bloom

Hitsujiyama Park

Hitsujiyama Park

A flower garden in Saitama with hills covered with pink and purple flowers

Nezu Shrine Azalea Garden

Nezu Shrine Azalea Garden

Beautiful Azalea Garden in Tokyo's Hidden Shrine

Ueno Toshogu Shrine Peony Garden

Ueno Toshogu Shrine Peony Garden

Beautiful Peony Garden tucked away in Ueno Park's Shrine

Noritake Garden

Noritake Garden

History of Noritake's Ceramics & Scenic Garden

Flower Parks in Yamanashi, Shizuoka, Tochigi & Gifu

Fuji Shibazakura Festival

Fuji Shibazakura Festival

800,000 shibazakura or pink moss cover the fields in shades of pink

Kawazu Cherry Blossom Festival

Kawazu Cherry Blossom Festival

Early Hanami in Izu Peninsula

Izu Cactus Park

Izu Cactus Park

Over 1,500 species of cacti and succulent plants as well as various animals

Ashikaga Flower Park

Ashikaga Flower Park

Known for its beautiful fuji or wisteria flowers and multiple colors' wisteria flowers

Yamanakako Hanano Miyako Park

Yamanakako Hanano Miyako Park

Massive Flower Field by Mt. Fuji

Hida Kiyomi Lavender Garden

Hida Kiyomi Lavender Garden

Lavender flowers are an early summer tradition

Flower Parks in Tottori, Shimane and Okayama

Tottori Hanakairo - Flower Park

Tottori Hanakairo - Flower Park

One of Japan's largest flower gardens and largest flower cloister

Matsue Vogel Park

Matsue Vogel Park

Aviary park and indoor garden with over 800 birds

Okayama Fuji Park Festival

Okayama Fuji Park Festival

Festival in Okayama featuring beautifully bloomed wisteria flowers

Bihoku Hillside Park

Bihoku Hillside Park

Flower park with interactive play area for golfing, lawn sledding, canoeing and more

Flower Parks in Kochi & Fukuoka

Kitagawa Village - Monet's Garden Marmottan

Kitagawa Village - Monet's Garden Marmottan

Great replica of Claude Monet's gorgeous water garden in France

Makino Botanical Garden

Makino Botanical Garden

The Makino Botanical Garden was established in 1958 with a museum dedicated to Tomitaro Makino, the Father of Japanese Botany.

Kawachi Fuji Garden

Kawachi Fuji Garden

Beautiful tunnel formed by cascading wisteria flowers

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